vintage Moroccan photo

Marrakech: and a tale of Peacock Pavilions and nomadic chic

How would you define your style? Somebody asked me that question this week. I replied, nomadic chic or modern tribal.  

Here are a few snapshots around my place, Peacock Pavilions in Marrakesh.

A grouping of old African stools around a sculpture bought in Nepal.

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A collection of hands of Fatima custom-made by Caroline Douglas and her students for Peacock Pavilions.

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A Moroccan mosque sculpture in front of a vintage Moroccan photo.

Peacock Pavilions ethnic chic

A collection of Moroccan pottery, some with Arabic calligraphy.  Deer purchased in India.

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 A beaded goat bought in South Africa, in front of a set of antique Tibetan spice boxes.

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An old bracelet bought in Afghanistan, nestled in hand beaded African baskets.

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Gazelle horns bought in the Marrakech souks, along with a vintage tin of Egyptian cigarettes and an old Afghan bejeweled earring.

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Antique Santo from the Philippines hanging around with African masks.  Whale ribs to the fore.

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PS Want some bohemian chic of your own?  Visit Red Thread Souk for one of a kind tribal textiles.  Or come to Peacock Pavilions B&B in Marrakech and shop, shop, shop for cool nomadic loot ...........  I'd love to meet you here:-)