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.
Genevieve Gorder designed her dressing area with an elegant chandelier, doors imported from Morocco and plenty of shelves for clothes and shoes. A large mirrored island reflects the light from a sparkling chandelier throughout the plum-colored space space.
The interior of the home proves to be just as interesting as the exterior, with large archways and light fixtures that feel like they're right out of Morocco. Colorful tile lines the stairs and draws the eye to the second level.
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.
Located in Marrakech, Morocco, this spacious mansion features a gorgeous green dining room. Perfect for entertaining, the space multiple tables surrounded by comfortable sofas and benches. An oversized piece of abstract art brings a contemporary element to the room.
Stepping through those double doors transports the owners to Morocco. Here, a hand-stenciled ceiling, swinging bed and tiled fireplace easily evoke thoughts of a bazaar or palace, while plush pillows and throws invite the owners to revel in that life of luxury.
Genevieve Gorder designed her dressing area with an elegant chandelier, doors imported from Morocco and plenty of shelves for clothes and shoes. A large mirrored island reflects the light from a sparkling chandelier throughout the plum-colored space, as seen on HGTV's "Genevieve's Renovation."
To create the blue and white kitchen the homeowners dreamed of, designer searched far and wide to find the perfect tiles for the backsplash. Finally, they settled on hand-painted tiles imported from Morocco. Then, they added brass fixtures to warm up the space.
Designer Genevieve Gorder created a tranquil retreat in her master suite on HGTV's "Genevieve's Renovation." Antique wood doors imported from Morocco add charm to the space, while plush white bed linens and a soft-glowing chandelier create an ethereal feel in the room.
In the center of the first floor of this Marrakech, Morocco, mansion is a beautiful courtyard. Black-and-white checkered tile is used as the patio, while a swimming pool is surrounded by comfortable lounge chairs. Trees and other plantings bring a lushness to the space.
The wood and wicker West Indian caned sofa has been upholstered with fabric Allison found on a girls' trip to Morocco, where she also sourced the rug. The eclectic mix of pillows come courtesy of Anthropologie and Serene & Lily.
Designer Genevieve Gorder converted this former living room into a luxurious master suite with beautiful custom pieces. Antique doors imported from Morocco, a hand-carved bed from India, custom hardwood floors, and a stunning marble fireplace ground this room in a soft neutral color palette with a harmonious blend of textures.
Designer Genevieve Gorder converted the former living room in the adjacent apartment into a luxurious master suite that includes antique wood doors imported from Morocco and a marble fireplace. Two upholstered armchairs frame the stunning fireplace area with a large mirror over the mantel, creating a beautiful sitting area.
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.
Genevieve Gorder designed a spacious master closet with doors imported from Morocco, a stackable washer and dryer, and plenty of shelves and storage for clothes and shoes. The charcoal-gray patterned wallpaper with a tribal pattern is illuminated by an elegant glass chandelier, adding visual interest to the space, as seen on HGTV's Genevieve's Renovation.
This historic Greek Revival home has a great sense of flow, as the formal sitting room gives way to the dining area. By outfitting the space with an oriental rug, farmhouse-style table and benches, a traditional light fixture and a piece of tiled art that evokes thoughts of Morocco, the designers gave this room a carefully curated, global look as well.
If you’re looking to upgrade your outdoor space but don’t want to spend a lot of cash, we have three makeovers inspired by three different countries — Mexico, France and Morocco — to help get some ideas flowing. We used existing furniture and simply added accessories, plants and curated decor to completely transform the look of this deck.
The designer’s penchant for global accoutrements continues in this room where a headboard wrapped in a handira (a Moroccan wedding blanket), brings moments of color, metallics, pattern and texture to the room in a single well-placed piece. The piece was found on a trip to Morocco that ended with Naomi being wrapped in the blanket at the end of a long evening. It now takes on a special significance as a decorative piece in her home.