Opulence and drama

After spending my weekend enjoying minimalism, I needed my fix of drama and opulence. And what a dose it turned out to be! A dose from an exotic country. A country that I have come to regard as India’s ‘next of kin’, when it comes to richness and amazing variety of design, texture, color and tradition. Yes, you guessed it right – the country is Morocco!

Take a deep breath and dive straight into the pool of dazzling interiors…
 
 
 
 
Notice the beautiful work on the arch. Striking against the off-white walls and divan

 

 
 
 

 

Such a rare color to be seen on walls!

 

 

Love the lamp base in metal
I would want to hide the AC unit in this otherwise pristine room

I want to be here in winters when the fire burns in the fireplace. What place could be more warm and inviting…and dramatic?
I can’t take my eyes off the rug in the room…I wish I could see more of it…

Bedroom for the tribal princess?

Gorgeous tile work on the fireplace

Cool drama comes in shades of blue…

 
 
 
 

 

Furniture from yonder years, and turquoise blue bathroom

Breathtaking!
 
 

24 Comments

  1. You queen of breathtaking pictures, you 🙂 i love the way u pick up the best- awesome!

  2. Glad you liked it Tara!

    Thanks Zee! And welcome to ‘An Indian Summer’!

    Hi Maryam! I can imagine that the Peacock Pavillion would be even more exotic 🙂

  3. Ah, you are edging into my territory! Love that fireplace room.

  4. Zee

    Wow, what a beautiful home. I wish I could visit a home just like that. Thanks for visiting me, your blog has such great images. Eye candy!!!!! Love it!

  5. Such beautiful doses of Morocco!

  6. You are welcome Ashima! If not actual travel, I guess we all can indulge in as much couch (or I should say virtual) travel as we want to 🙂

    Thanks for dropping by!

  7. ashima

    Bhavna I envy you. You really go places to places.I must thank you for letting us see such exotic and vibrant places. Thanks!

  8. 🙂 Thanks Melanie!

  9. SO beautiful …I love it

  10. Hello Joni and Jo! Thanks, glad you liked the opulent drama! 🙂

  11. Hello Tribal Princess! I think Mallika the princess will not be too happy with you taking her title 😉
    Thanks for your comment!

  12. Hi Maddie and Gillian, This is perfect! Morning chai by Maddie’s sunlit chair, and evening chai in Gillian’s cozy red room 🙂

  13. Thank you Jenn! I guess we all are becoming aware and have started appreciating different design styles, courtesy the many absolutely fab design blogs 😀

  14. You should do that Kim! With your keen eye for ‘finds’, I am sure you will come up with something as exotic and beautiful!

  15. Thanks for dropping by, Poppy! Do visit again 🙂

    Berry, welcome to An Indian Summer! 🙂

  16. These are so exotic and beautiful!! Great post Bhavna.

  17. The pics are gorgeous!

  18. So beautiful, all beautiful! Eye candy indeed.
    joni

  19. Ok I am the tribal princess loving the turquoise bathroom:-)

    Lovely eye candy Bhavna..

    Arch

  20. Now this is perfectly me!

    I love everything especially the
    turquoise bathroom and that
    little sunlit window with the chair and
    round table – i am just making my chai
    and will be sitting in that little area
    shortly:)

    beautiful beautiful!

  21. Totally drooling here.
    I’ll meet you in the red room with the corner fireplace, we will chat and laugh and drink our chai tea!!!
    (love the low couches!!!)
    xo
    Blue

  22. That mosaic fireplace is breathtaking! WOW… great images. I find that I’m growing a fond liking to Moroccan design more and more through great blogs like yours. Thanks Bhavna!

    Jenn~

  23. What beautiful colours and fabrics…makes me want to get on eBay and bid on a suzani.

  24. Wow, how exotic! Must be so nice to be living amongst all of that! Thanks for you kind comments re my blog!

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