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Apr

15

boats + bubbles

…second only to my favorite combo of boats and bubbly. This space transports me. I love the muraled wall, especially in the monochromatic blue. It’s a great idea with great impact. It creates a sense of space – even if you don’t have any. The bathtub is made by the London-based firm Drummonds who puts a contemporary spin on the freestanding tub, finishing them with shiny, bright hues – Mrs. Peacock is the color shown here, and The Clyde is the tub.
Not to be missed are The Usk, The Torridge, The Tay, and The Nith.

Image courtesy of Elle Decor.

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Mar

27

destinations: peacock pavilions

To be honest I’m not entirely sure where I first found Peacock Pavilions, but I do know that it was an image of this mural that first stopped me in my tracks. I love it… which doesn’t even do justice to how I feel about it. So, wanting to see more of my new love, I rooted around and found that it was located in a boutique hotel in Marrakesh named Peacock Pavilions.

Sitting in an olive grove, the gorgeous, and it should be noted, eco-friendly, hotel has two pavilions with a total of five bedrooms. There are rose gardens, a pool, an outdoor cinema, and an embroidered dining tent. Intimate and exotic, it seems like an extraordinary oasis for you, or two… or you can rent the entire hotel for a stylish and exotic destination wedding or event.

It was the mural that brought me to Peacock Pavilions, and once there I was mesmerized by the extraordinary design and style throughout. An eclectic mix of Moroccan and modern – hand-painted staircases, patterned ceilings, Moroccan wedding blankets, detailed lace plasterwork, the exotic lanterns… and the textiles, oh, the textiles.

The hotel was opened by Maryam Montague, an enthusiast of Moroccan culture and design, personal shopper, interior design consultant, and writer, and her husband Chris, an architect with a passion for eco-friendly design. The couple packed up and moved from Chicago to settle in Marrakesh to create this exquisite retreat. Thank you for creating such a beautiful place.
To see more of Peacock Pavilions and Maryam’s life in Morocco, visit her blog My Marrakesh. And take a peek into a visit to Peacock Pavilions through the eyes of the lucky staff at Decor8 in their post Highlights from Marrakesh.
To learn more about staying at Peacock Pavilions click here. And if you go, do let me know!
Images courtesy of Decor8.
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