The Subjective Treasures of Chatsworth House

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9 Responses

  1. Sandy N Vyjay says:

    Chatsworth looks really fascinating. The parallel benches look intriguing, though their purpose is not clear. Would love to visit the place to leisurely view these treasures.

  2. maegan says:

    This is awesome! I love the tiled floors! So funky, maybe I need to have a seafoam green themed travel year. The ideas are flowing!

  3. Cherene Saradar says:

    I love those benches with the splashy paint going onto the floor! And the jackfruit replica is too funny! I once saw a “treasure” in Istanbul….the arm of St. John the Baptist….yikes!

  4. Yuen Mi says:

    That monument to the wonder of Jack-fruit brought a smile to my face. And, I have to agree with them. There need to be more statues of jackfruit. It is just that amazing, especially as a shake. Great post by the way, sounds like you had a great time exploring every nooks and cranny.

    • Teja says:

      I’ve never had jackfruit shake! We’re missing a trick here in Malaysia! And we’re usually so good at devising fruity drinks!

  5. Jaimee says:

    “For some reason I adored the notion of having dining chairs that do not match.” OMG that appeals to me so much too! It’s so funky and unique – I love it when places do that.

    ALSO that chair and bench with the mosiac tiles are so beautiful! :o

    • Teja says:

      I was just thinking, you know probably the *people* won’t match – some will be tall and some (me) will be short. Some like a wide seat, some like a high back. why should the chairs match?