A midcentury bed with two nightstands encourages the owners to sit and rest after a long day at the office. Meanwhile, a large Moroccan rug softens the hardwood floors and complements the global accents in the master bedroom.
Designer Katie Ridder's eclectic "zam zam room" is filled with a collection of items she found with her husband on their various trips together. An Indian fabric panel found in Paris frames the door and sets the stage for the red, blue and yellow palette captured in the Moroccan rug. The fireplace was first mirrored and then layered with Moroccan mosharabi lattice panels.
Cobalt-blue Moroccan-inspired rugs line this transitional hallway, adding color and style to the neutral space. The rugs also help to soften the hardwood floors, ensuring the space feels inviting and homey.
An oversized area rug in blue warms the outdoor sitting room, making the space feel calm and comfortable for year-round entertaining. Gold accents, patterned pillows and potted plants evoke thoughts of a chic, Moroccan bizarre.
Style meets function with this white slipper soaking tub. A tile floor leads to the bathroom nook, which is decked out with a chair, small area rug and wooden chest. A pendant light hangs from the arched ceiling, while natural light streams in from the arched window.