Well I finally stumped the Francophiles! This gorgeous floor can be found at Château de Malmaison. Located 12km from Paris, in Rueil-Malmaison, it was the country home of Josephine deBeauharnais. She purchased the run down château for over 300,000 francs while Napoléon was off fighting the Egyptian Campaign. Apparently he wasn't any too pleased that she had spent such a sum, so to make matters worse, she spent a fortune renovating and turning it into the lovely home and gardens we see today. It's worth the trip. Exquisitely decorated inside and outside the gardens are just beautiful. And the best part? Not a tourist stop apparently. It was a delightful morning spent touring without the throngs.
My thanks to David Draper for pointing us to this beautiful place. David, I hope I did it justice!