Amalienborg Palace: The 'illogical' 18th century home of Crown Princess Mary of Denmark

Despite being grand, the palace is rather homely, with one room boasting a large wooden coffee table, maroon chairs, off-white walls and a painting of pink and red flowers in a vase.

Another room has cream walls with gold features on both the doors and walls, with elaborate gold tables, a bronze statue and patterned carpet flecked with blues, pinks and purples.

As well as some blue wall features, the room has medium blue curtains.

The home is exceptionally stylish, with one room looking much like an art exhibit.

The wooden floors and white walls are very traditional, but there is a huge abstract wall feature which is the focus of the entire room.

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