The drawing room and the study

The drawing room

The drawing room on the ground floor exudes a comfortable family atmosphere that visitors will appreciate when they visit the château interior.
Arranged around a grand piano on which family portraits are displayed, the 18th century furniture is covered with Touraine silk that is still manufactured today.
The panelling on the wall completes the 18th century décor and ensures that the room retains the heat.

The drawing room of the Château de Villandry around 1855.

The drawing room light.

Photos of the Carvallo family: Joachim Carvallo, Ann Coleman and Joachim Carvallo, François Carvallo, Maguitte Carvallo and the gardening team.

The family living room in Christmas colors.


The study

The study is located on the ground floor of the keep. In this room, Joachim Carvallo drew up the plans for cultivating the Kitchen Garden, among other things. Behind the desk, French doors provide direct access to the jardins d’Amour, designed as an open-air living room.

It is furnished with a selection of pieces, including armchairs and a banquette upholstered in red silk, as well as an Empire-style desk.