The private rooms of Empress Maria Alexandrovna, the consort of Emperor Alexander II.
The White Hall, the Gold Drawing-Room, the Green Dining-Room, the Crimson Study, the Boudoir and the Blue Bedroom comprised the private rooms of Empress Maria Alexandrovna, the consort of Emperor Alexander II. The interiors decoration was recreated in 1841 by A.P. Briullov. According to the wishes of the Empress, A.I. Stackenschneider and G.A. Bosse refurbished the private rooms in the 1850s - 60s. After the restoration works during the 1950s - 60s the present decoration of Maria Alexandrovna’s private rooms provides a glimpse of the palace private rooms interiors of the second half of the 19th century.