Château de Fléchères
The Salon of the 18th century apartment
The Salon of the 18th century apartment

The 18th century apartment

In the 18th century, some rooms were refurbished to introduce comfort and intimacy.

The rococo style panelling of the blue room (about 1750) are the work of the Lyon joiner Philibert Lonbois.

The silk panels which cover the walls were presented in 2000 by société Bucol of Lyon. Like the original, they have a yellow gold background.

The Library
The Library
The bedchamber of the Countess de Sève
The bedchamber of the Countess de Sève

The bedchamber of the Countess de Sève

This alcoved room was furnished around 1750 for the last direct descendant of the Sève family, Marguerite de Sève, Countess de Fléchères.

The silks and trimmings were presented in 2003 by the companies Lelièvre, Tassinari et Chatel and Declercq Passementiers.

Detail of the silks
Detail of the silks
The château's parquet floor
The château's parquet floor

The parquet floor found

This marquetry parquet flooring (circa 1780) of the apartment had disappeared during the 1970s. It has been found and is currently on display at the castle.