When a Parisian artist decides to leave the crazy pace of the French capitale to exile herself and her family in Marrakech, Morocco, you get French style mixed with local craftsmanship pieces and a house full of character : pops of color, rattan pieces, raw concrete flooring, and vibrant tribal Moroccan rugs everywhere. I don't think I'd want to ever leave a house like this one, except maybe to go hunt for more treasures at the Marrakech's famous medina. I am in love with this house.

 



Photo Birgitta Wolfgang Drejervia



20 Comments:

  1. This is fabulous! i love Marrakech, even if it getting a bit too gentrified for my taste... would move in a flash though

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  2. totally on this with you, gorgeous home! Come over to Vosgesparis... you will love the one I am showing today!

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  3. Do you know where that white table with the orange squares is from in Marrakech? I'd love to find out!

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    1. The orange tiled masoned table is actually a DIY project by the owner. Clever idea, right?

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  4. Magnifique maison en effet ! Les touches d'orange sont super jolies, quant à la terrasse, j'y passerais bien mes après-midi à flâner ...

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  5. beautiful home and I adore the floor!


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  6. I second your line - I love this home, too!!

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  7. Wonderful house! I love the floor, hotel letters, the lamps above the orange table etc... Everything:) And I really like your blog, Si. I'm just the very very beginner in blogging but would love you to come and see a bit:)

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    1. Thank you Karina, heading over to your blog! Thanks for stopping by! :)

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  8. Heaven. That place is heaven. That outdoor space! LOVE.
    -Heidi
    www.therusticmodernist.com

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    1. Yes, i agree, pretty much everyhting indoors and outdoors is heaven!

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  9. Very nice - using Hotel Letters is inspired - I've used letters but I really like the word - particularly for anyone that has kids, cats or dogs - nice touch of humour in all that sophisticated white...

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  10. Hmmm Marrakech.
    I've been there for two times. Love all the things you can buy there.
    This home is beautiful...

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  11. The interior is awesome!

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  12. Just found your blog! Love it! I don't know why it took me so long!

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    1. Thank you Cindy, so glad you found us!

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  13. love the patio and the sense of tranquility, I sometimes think of going back home Gran canaria to a more peaceful place than London...

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    1. Oh, i don't blame you for considering such a change of life... But always remind yourself why you moved to London in the first place before moving back. Remember that the grass is not always greener elsewhere... I often miss my life in Provence, but there are so many things I enjoy from living over here... Gran Canaria tough, sounds tempting! ;-)

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  14. Love what she did with her home. It's such different concept of decorating from the way most Moroccans live/decorate that I wonder what they think of her place?

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  15. I love the rattan pieces, so wonderful ! Happy summer to you, Si & bonjour de France ;o)

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