The Kitchen Cousins were able to transform this space after taking out the old cramped broken stove that had a vent to the outside but did not work, this new cooking area will be a huge improvement in functionality, safety, and aesthetics of this kitchen. The new design not only looks great, but the green Moroccan back splash, adds a lot of color and life.
This elegant, Moroccan inspired kitchen mixes rich woods with exquisite metalwork and soft fabrics. The kitchen table is made of fine, polished wood, while the chairs have wood backs with metal legs that complement the unique, metal chandelier that hangs above. To finish the design, soft curtains help to block light and add privacy, but they can be raised and lowered simply. All of these elements combine to create the perfect ambiance for this couple's home.
The master bathroom has everything the owners could ever need: a vanity with his-and-her sinks, a stall shower and even a soaking tub in the corner. If you look in the mirrors, you can even see the bowls from the clients' trip to Morocco -- the same trip that inspired the overall design.
The dining room is a study in eclectic minimalism. A beautifully carved wooden door is reclaimed to find new life as the tabletop, overlaid with glass. The bright colors of the artwork, lanterns and bowls create a discreet yet energetic color palette.
The entrance to the boutique hotel Peacock Pavilions, comes at the end of winding stone paths though grassy fields. The collection of beautifully designed pavilions, lavish spaces that boast courtyards and exteriors that are beautifully suited for the area, lie just a few miles outside of Marrakech. The arched doorways and windows are lovely, making sure that the rooms inside each pavilion benefit from the bright Morocco sun.
This small bathroom's white vanity with lantern doors is the room's focal point, answering the homeowner's request for Moroccan flair. The skylight and white marble backsplash help the space feel more light and open.
A Moroccan tile backsplash in neutral tones is the focal point of this gray Spanish style kitchen. Arched doorways mimic the niche behind the stove, while white cabinetry on either side provide plenty of storage space.
A pair of weathered green garden urns act as coffee tables, adding a touch of character balanced by a traditional sofa. The large window has a striped valance that evokes a Moroccan feel along with other accessories.
Genevieve Gorder used beautiful Moroccan-style tiles to line the walls of her bathroom, as seen on HGTV's "Genevieve's Renovation." A golden brass pipe shower fixture sits over the tub, and a brass and marble sink sits off to the left, creating a warm and cohesive space.
A tiled backsplash, exotic pendant lights, stone countertops and colorful accent shelves create a Moroccan aesthetic in this kitchen, as seen on HGTV's Kitchen Cousins. Pops of pink and green in the place settings and floating shelves bring pizzazz to this eclectic kitchen.
Notice how the master bathroom echoes certain elements from the bedroom: the broad archways, the Moroccan-style border around the doors, the unexpected patterns. In turn, these separate spaces look cohesive.