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    A Jewel of a Home in Morocco - ELLE DECOR

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    • Hilario Schinner

      really cool #bathroom design #bathroom interior #bathroom design ideas #bathroom interior design #bathroom decorating|

    • Kate Dunning

      mirrored wall treatment is based on a traditional Islamic design. (A Jewel of a Home in Morocco | Elle Decor) Photograph by Simon Upton for Elle Decor February 2011.

    • Brandi Withrow

      My new bathroom has one wall that is a mirror (floor to ceiling, wall to wall). Looking for ideas to cover/ decorate it so it doesn't look like one big mirror (which is exactly what it is). This is inspiration. Maybe I can find frames & arrange them to cover, letting the mirror show through. Do you have any good suggestions?

    • Christy Rose

      In a bath, the tub and fittings are in the shape of an eight-pointed star, and the mirrored wall treatment is based on a traditional Islamic design. (A Jewel of a Home in Morocco | Elle Decor)

    • Brandi Terry

      Moroccan #bathroom inspiration #bathroom decor #bathroom design #bathroom idea|

    • Kraig Elliott

      cool mirror wall. My Bohemian Home ~ Bathrooms and Powder Rooms  Source: Elle Decor

    • Sky Daly-Holt

      dream bathroom idea no 2

    • Ari Signes Designs

      The decor is just as carefully curated. They jettisoned the idea of using Western-style furniture, which they think looks wrong in traditional Moroccan interiors. Instead, they drew upon their collection of African and Asian furnishings and artifacts. In the sitting room, a soaring space where the ceiling and walls have been bathed in hot-pink lime plaster, the furnishings include a red Musharabi armoire designed by Vega and an Afghan warlord's bed. The seating area next to the pool features hardwood Ethiopian benches and a gallery-like display of African beaded aprons and Yoruba crowns on metal stands. This is not a conventional home by Western standards. The kitchen, a new addition, has Berber mud walls and was built around a tree that now grows through its roof. Rather than sit on sofas, Bruce and Vega recline on piles of pillows or shaggy Berber rugs. There is no dining room. When they have guests, Bruce says, "we bring out all the big brass trays we have and sprawl on cushions." The house, a three-hour flight from London, serves as their design "laboratory," a place where they spend about four months of the year creating fabrics for their clothing and home textiles collections. At the end of the day they retire to their serene bedroom, which overlooks the courtyard and is furnished with an antique Moroccan Tuareg bed they discovered in a nearby souk. The bed was devised to be disassembled and tied to the sides of a camel for transport during migrations—just the thing for a globe-trotting couple who never know when and where they might next be pitching their tent.

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