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Until the 1983 refurbishment of Fantasyland, Sleeping Beauty Castle was painted a different color scheme: white with blue spires. Walt Disney World’s castle, built in 1971, went for a different look by opting for gray and blue, a color scheme that continues to this day. After 1983, though, Sleeping Beauty Castle switched to the now-familiar pink and blue, generating an arguably warmer and more comfortable atmosphere. Le Chateau de la Belle au Bois Dormant at Disneyland Paris, built in 1989, mimicked the new look of Sleeping Beauty Castle and its pink and blue color scheme.