Marrakech: and a tale of my still curious home - Part 1: my bedroom
I assemble small collections, and I create little vignettes. I pin things to the wall, and I hang things on hooks. I have piles of tribal textiles stacked up on chairs and on floors; I leave these piles everywhere.
My husband swears that in his next life, he will marry a minimalist. I pat him on the arm and say, Of course you will.
Today, some items in my bedroom at Peacock Pavilions in Marrakesh.
A little pouch with Berber imagery to store receipts, books by Sibella Court (inspiring layouts), a clay hand holds Moroccan matches to light my candle in the evening.
A jumble of cushions on the daybed.
My jewelry, including a ring from Bouvier, bracelets from Tory Burch and Raven & Lilly, & antique tribal pieces on etched hands. (I sell the hand etched hands for $140 each - useful, every day luxury is so nice.) More favorite books - I am inspired by The Divine Home and love the photography in Interiors.
Kenyan bone beads and a necklace from Raven and Lily hanging from hooks of my own design. (The hooks are hand-made and I sell them for $55 each). A pom pom necklace from Tory Burch. An image of a Berber woman found in the Marrakesh Thursday souk.
A model hand with an old shell bead. Recent reading (odd & somewhat interesting).
What special little things are in your bedroom?
PS If you'd like to purchase hooks (3 models) or hands, pls email me at Moroccanmaryam(AT)yahoo.com
Date: March 19th, 2013 @ 18:08
Categories: Independent Travel