Isn't it funny how inside the enchanted castle...
... some of the aspects and enchanted objects including (well at first certainly) The Beast himself seem to scare and frighten (not to mention, the fact that due to the spell the forest has been infested with deadly wolves as well) whereas others seem to charm, amuse and entertain, and not just how Belle and Maurice find them (the candle, the clock, the teapots etc), was all of this intentionally done that way to further the theme of how beauty is found within rather than on the outside appearances, even if some of those other aspects are indeed unique but also charming?
Another thing is, I know its fictional fantasy and an animated Disney cartoon to boot so occasional lack of perfect logic and suspension of disbelief a given, but isn't it interesting how Belle especially, not to mention her later warming up and falling for The Beast himself, gets used to all those enchanted objects and aspects and doesn't even question how all of that is possible save for maybe one line of dialogue etc. Falling for the Beast aside, how did she PSYCHOLOGICALLY get used to being inside that enchanted castle and sleeping without being inappropriately disturbed in any way, even if indeed apart from the Beast at least at the start, none of those aspects posed much of a threat to her at all? I don't know how "I" would spend a time in that type of castle and sleep as if all those aspects are normal humans.
On a side note, when those villagers were attacking the castle, how come Gaston wasn't bothered and too surprised to see the furniture and silverware fight and attack them all like that and just went straight towards the Beast, and by coincidence, what if any of those OTHER aspects went after HIM as well and possibly stayed in the same room as the Beast given how they were all aware that originally, they were mainly coming for the Beast HIMSELF?
And also do you think when she saw that mysterious portrait and that weird magical rose she may have SENSED that, to an extent at least, it was some kind of curse and magic spell put on a castle etc?
What do you think, thanks.