3.3.11

Don't Often









Moroccan rugs, turquoise fish scale tiles and ocean as far as the eye can see, what a mix. But throw in a brilliant collection of timber furnishings, top shelf vintage and a clean architectural backdrop and this place works brilliantly.

Did you get a load of those hand painted doors? I don't often use the word covet, but those doors - I do.

Images from ara

7 comments:

Kerry said...

Yep that's a word best used sparingly I agree...but perfectly acceptable in relation to those doors. Good one bloss x

Anne-Marie @ 10 Rooms said...

That's a special one, with you on the doors! x

Pinecone Camp said...

Love those surfboards! The turquoise and green wall is pretty special too.
Have a lovely day!

Rupert Street Digest said...

Talk about covet... if I had that turquoise tiled wall in my bathroom, I would never get out of the shower!
Lx

Mlle Paradis said...

loved the touches in this one but the hide and seek post was pretty much my ideal. oh for an interior courtyard and all that open space!

Naomi@DesignManifest said...

For me its ALL about the Moroccan rugs. They truly make any room they are put in!

Bromeliad said...

Oh Wow. Love this.

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