Marrakesh: and a tale of decorating at Peacock Pavilions

Oh the weekend always seems to fly by so fast and then I find myself again at Monday.  This week I'm embracing Monday, and vowing to have a very productive and positive week.  {And of course, I want that for you, too.}

And on that note, hello from Peacock Pavilions!  A few pretty things to start the week from me to you.

Peacock Pavilions 1
Old amethyst glass decanter with a golden W, found in the Marrakesh souks & doubling as a vase.  Black and cream mosaic tile table, vintage pink silk caftan.

Peacock Pavilions 2
Hand carved Moroccan 8-sided tea table.  Commissioned sculpture by Caroline Douglas, wrapped with old prayer beads.  Leather coasters bought in Senegal and curtains made with antique Yemeni silverwork saris.

Peacock Pavilions 3
200 year old Persian Qajar painting, chain sconces from Zia Priven, dining room table made from antique Berber door, old large green bowl from Tamgroute, vintage patent leather chairs and bench from the Paris flea market, 3 glass mosque lanterns from Egypt.

Peacock Pavilions 4
Beaded Yoruba chair, lamp I made from an old beaded Afghan hat.

Peacock Pavilions 5
Egyptian hand blown bottles with crocheted shawls made by former Peacock Pavilions intern Dave Winward, part of my collection of black and white photographs.

 PS Does it all seem too ethnic and odd to you?