Rosersbergs Slott From Lennatt Durehed Photography
Corridor and Niche at Rosersberg Palace From Corbis Images
Rosersberg Palace (Swedish: Rosersbergs slott) is one of the Royal Palaces of Sweden. Situated on the shores of Lake Mälaren, on the outskirts of Stockholm, it was built in the 1630s by the Oxenstierna family and became a royal palace in 1762. It was then that the state gave it to Duke Karl (later Karl XIII), the younger brother of Gustav III of Sweden.
Today at Rosersberg the rooms remain almost untouched from the 1795-1825 period. The interior takes you back in time to the authentic royal interior from the turn of the 19th century.
The second half of the 17th century, the Renaissance Palace became to be dated. Chancery President Bengt Oxenstierna acquired the estate, and renovated the home in the Baroque style that was fashionable at the time. He sought out the country’s leading architect, Nicodemus Tessin the Younger, and new wings were added to the building. The tall Renaissance gables were taken down and the exterior of the building was updated with a new hipped roof.
Then in 1747, Rosersberg was acquired by Baron Erland Broman. More alterations to the buildings were directed by one of the country’s most prominent 18th century architects, Jean Eric Rehn. On Broman’s death in 1757, the property was acquired by the State.
The property was then placed at the disposal of the young Duke Karl (later King Karl XIII) of Södermanland.
When Duke Karl (XIII) moved in around the 1760s, he modernized the palace in late Gustavian style. The interiors at Rosersberg Palace differ from the Gustavian style interiors of other royal palaces in Sweden. At Rosersberg the style has been known to trend after the Empire style. The palace combines the two styles: Neo-Classicism and the “Empire style”. Get some ideas from this beautiful castle for your own home.
Pair of Louis XVI carved and painted Fauteuils. Having oval backs, carved flower crest and apron on stop fluted legs.
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A Swedish Empire Sofa with Classical Gilt Detailing Upholstered by Talisman circa 1790