• Maison Palmeraie // Marrakech, Marocco.


    Posted on 24th September, by Dana Tomić Hughes in architecture, interior design. 5 Comments

     

    Although not my usual style, I could literally spend hours looking at this Marrakech beauty. Designed by Belgian interior designer Esther Gutmer with architect Helena Marczewski, this wonderful home balances the classic, grown-up style with a contemporary spirit.

    The spaces are so comfortable and inviting. Even though this home is nothing short of opulent and luxurious, the overall feel is all about simplicity, softness and purity. I am also quite taken by the organic qualities of this house – the warmth, earthy colours and natural textures. Just beautiful. And it certainly doesn’t hurt it was photographed by the amazing Richard Powers.

     


    [Photography by Richard Powers for Interiors April/May 2011. Via cabbagerose, via metamusings.]





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      stark, beautiful, yet still has a glow

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