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Yellow Salon (c) SKB, Foto: Tina Dietz

The Yellow Salon is the first room in the apartments that face the gardens. It underwent several refurbishments during the course of the palace’s history, eventually ending up decorated in the Rococo Revival style of the second half of the nineteenth century.

Dating from around 1770, the furniture displays Rococo forms as well as Neoclassical elements in the style of the Louis Seize era.
The room is also remarkable for the pastel portraits with realistic depictions of children from the bourgeois classes, which form
a complete contrast to the typically formal court portraits of Maria Theresa’s children on display in other rooms in the palace.

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