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Moroccan Eclectic Home

(BAD) Blog About Design: Moroccan Eclectic Home

Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Moroccan Eclectic Home
Rogier Vivier designer, Bruno Frisoni's, Tangier home was featured in Vogue. When I saw these photographs I was inspired! The way in which Frisoni was able to bring to light the beauty of Moroccan design, but also add a bit of contrast with 70s vintage furniture. One of the biggest highlights of the home are the stone floors. (ABOVE) I'm in love with the table in the entry way. The table looks like Cathedral ceiling vaults. Those hard lines are reflected onto the ceiling in an awesome pendant fixture. The drapes soften the stone archways. (BELOW 1) The fireplace is the focal piece in this sitting area. I love the modernity of the fireplace. The wood furniture pieces bring some warmth into the space. (BELOW 2) The light fixture and vase are incredible! The vase has a futuristic vibe to it. (BELOW 3) How gorgeous is this bathroom? I love the archway around the tub. The tub is also very unique, instead of being above ground, it's built below. Even the door is sweet, love the paint affect. (BELOW 4) This space is all about color! Love how color makes one feel. (BELOW 5) Here the furniture has a bit of an Asian vibe. I like how the pieces work together. What do you think of the home? If you want to see more photos, click on the this link to Vogue's website. You can add as little or as much to your space as you want. Don't follow rules, just do.



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