The guest quarters of the house is an ode to Moroccan styling that is deeply loved by the designer. A play on textures is brought to the max, mixing in an elegant note that brings it all together in it's own unique way.
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.
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.
Gorgeous stone is used throughout this Moroccan-inspired bathroom to create the countertops, bathtub and even the walls. Inset arches add depth to the space, while an oversized mirror reflects the light and visually enlarges the room.
Located in Marrakech, Morocco, this luxurious bedroom features a cozy canopy bed, tile floor, zebra print armchairs and gorgeous architectural details, like arched doorways. The space is divide into three areas: for sleeping, for working and for conversation.
Jade green walls create an luxurious backdrop to this eclectic living room. Part of a stunning mansion in Marrakech, Morocco, the living room boasts Moroccan style, tons of natural light and beautiful architectural details, like arched doorways and windows.
The master bathroom combines modern and traditional elements resulting in a spacious, spa-like room.Contemporary glass tile is mixed with Moroccan-style tile on the walls and shower and radiant heated natural terra cotta tiles in a herringbone pattern make the floor a standout.