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Yves Saint Laurent's second project with Willis. Villa Oasis was created for the likes of Baroness Guy de Rothschild, Moroccan interior style. Dar Yacout.

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Beautiful Moroccan-Inspired Courtyards

Falling stars, celebration, a moment to savour. Create your special moments with us. #lesgrandetablesdumonde #yannickalleno #marrakech #bluepatio #marble #interiors #interiordesign #architecture #mosaic

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At Home in Marrakech

A small nook in the library, which Yves Saint Laurent said was his “favorite room in the world” | Inside Yves Saint Laurent and Pierre Berge’s Moroccan oasis

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Revisiting Yves Saint Laurent's Paris Apartment

Yves Saint Laurent's Paris Apartment - The eclectic mix of furniture in this room is fabulous!

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Moroccan Style Home Decorating, Colorful and Sensual Home Interiors

moroccan home, living room design with pink and orange colors

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A Magician from Memphis

Salon vert at the Villa Oasis the home of Yves St. Laurent and Pierre Berge' . The pair of consoles on the right were painted by Jacques Majorelle, the former owner , who was responsible for the original layout of the villa and its garden. Marrakech. photo by Oberto Gill

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Moroccan interiors inspiration

Moroccan interior inspiration

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16 Dreamy Celebrity Bathrooms

Moroccan Mood At Dar Es Saada, the guesthouse at legendary couturier Yves Saint Laurent’s Marrakech home, designer Bill Willis gave each of the six bathrooms its own style by employing tilework in an array of hues.

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Moroccan Decorating Ideas, Moroccan Rugs and Floor Decor Accessories

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A Magician from Memphis

The still popular restaurant Dar Yacout in Marrakech, designed by Bill Willis from Memphis in the 1960's.

Dar es Saada, Arabic for “The House of Happiness”, became Yves Saint Laurent and Pierre Bergé’s first Moroccan retreat in the late 1970′s. Interiors by Bill Willis.