Gerdy Troost's Berghof fabric book, Bavarian State Library
Gerdy Troost (1904-2003) was an architectural and interior design advisor to Hitler and his inner circle.
"The colors and fabrics that Gerdy Troost used for the Great Hall, as well as for other rooms in the Berghof, can be studied with unusual immediacy because her fabric sample book survives among her papers in the Bavarian State Library. While many are missing, the fabric swatches in the book are well preserved, and their freshness comes as something of a revelation, particularly when compared to the color postcards sold to tourists in Berchtesgaden after the war."
Hitler at Home, Despina Stratigakos
Shown here and below: scanned pages from Troost's swatch book, held in the Bavarian State Library.
"House Berghof, Great Hall"
"Great Hall / living room"
"Fuhrer's bedroom / Blomberg [presumably Werner von Blomberg] - Guest room"
One of the Berghof's guest bedrooms. The fabric used on this couch can be seen in Troost's swatch book—see below.