After our visit to Drottningholm Castle in Stockholm, I realized that about half of my pictures were of chandeliers.
It took me a while but I whittled it down to a large handful to share here. I have not gotten over how much fun it was to visit this castle or how incredibly delightful it was to find out that we were allowed to take pictures inside. The last castle I visited in Stockholm had a no pictures policy that was rather disappointing. There was a throne in that one that was breathtakingly dwarfed by the room in which it sat and I have no picture of that.
You might notice that some of the pictures are dark. Drottningholm allowed picture taking but no flash using, although we totally saw a guy using flash anyway and gave him a stern glare for it.
I’d really like to have a loft someday that looks like one of these rooms. Just a small apartment with crazy tall windows and doors, gilded everything and a chandelier.
Or maybe a few chandeliers… How many chandeliers would be too many?
All of these were from Drottningholm. Just about every room we visited had at least one and I’m sure I took a picture of nearly all of them.
The last picture of me was taken by my beloved travel buddy/favorite photographer, Linn.
I hope you enjoyed the pictures and if you ever find yourself near Stockholm, you should definitely check out Drottningholm castle. All of these pictures are still only a handful of what we got to see here.