Tag: Moroccan

Quickie: Kilim Me Softly

Quickie: Kilim Me Softly

I am in love with design blog, The Marion House Book. Ms. Reddington’s bedroom, which resides in a Victorian, changes with the seasons in Toronto. Currently, she has decorated her bed with kilim pillows and textiles from her travels. It’s wonderful that she didn’t let […]

Gypsys, Architects, and Designers

Gypsys, Architects, and Designers

Inside a 1959 Chevrolet Viking Short Bus, we see that a small space does not mean a small imagination. The Moroccan, bohemian style of the interiors reflect the time period of the vintage bus. It’s tastefully groovy while maintaining attention to detail, quality, and function. […]

Orienting West

Orienting West

The blending of East and West creates opportunities for beauty that could not have happened in isolation. The ways of designing and decorating space reflects philosophies and observations of how people of a culture use space. Above, in Yves Saint Laurent and Pierre Bergé’s villa named Dar Es […]

Ten Design Tips from Hotels

Ten Design Tips from Hotels

Hotels inspire us with romance and adventure, or quiet the mind with serenity and shelter from daily worries. They are places for travelers, lovers, and even longtime residents who live a simplified life. Many hotels have specialized in maximizing one room to accommodate the needs of […]