Mondays masterpiece: Morocco me – part 1

Hey peeps, happy Monday to ya!

This weekend was a whirlwind of Indonesian and Vietnamese furniture oogling, I am IN LOVE WITH the furniture stores here in Singapore.  However there is a bit of a lack of Moroccan goodies (which I err reluctantly admit makes sense as it is not actually in South East Asia…) so I thought I’d go on a hunt for my own this week.

The Riad Noir d’Ivoire boutique hotel in Marrakech is one of my favourite go-to’s for Moroccan design inspiration, I do hope you likey!

Photos of Riad Noir D'Ivoire

Photos of Riad Noir D'Ivoire

You can’t put a foot wrong with one or two or fifty Moroccan lanterns in my opinion:

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And doesn’t this dining area look exquisite too?!

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I think I would have added a couple of pops of colour to this scene, but other than that I think there is literally no more perfect terrace in all the land:

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And the hotel suites are also a masterclass in Moroccan design – feast your peepers on these beauts!

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Bananas, no?!

Ok, I am off to dream up our roof terrace design, have a sneaky suspicion it won’t be quite as fabulous as the one above alas…

9 comments

  1. Alistair says:

    After years of wistfully dreaming of Balinese design now that it’s within your grasp you want Moroccan?! Impossible to please.

  2. Sam says:

    I went to a boutique hotel for dinner one night in Fez in a venue that looked similar to this, riyadh and all (but not as luxurious)…wow this is ultimate opulence, love how exotic and over the top everything is…yup, I could see myself living there

  3. Hey, Elly, on Sunday I met my friend who has been working in Malaysia and Vietnam for the last 6 months and now she came home for Christmas (you know the song “coming home for Christmas”), she told me a lot of good things about Singapore and I thought about you 😉 I think I have a thing for chairs because again, I am attracted to that amazing wooden, it reminds me of the Alahambra’s walls.

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