May 27th, 2008

Moroccan Eye Candy, Part 1

We’re ba-a-a-a-a-a-ck, and missing Marrakech terribly I might add! The paint has dried, no one fell off the scaffolding and the husband was happy-complete success! Maryam treated us to fabulous shopping and even more fabulous food and in return we left her with hope, piles of painter’s trash and beautifully painted surfaces. I have SO much to share and am waiting for everyone’s photos so I can show you the very bestest. In the meantime here are some of my shots from the Dar Si Said Museum. WARNING! This may cause sensory overload. These photos are not for the faint of heart or non-lovers of decorative art.



5 Responses to “Moroccan Eye Candy, Part 1”

  1. Lauri Says:

    Love the photos! I’m such an avid collector of doors (photos and paintings and a few of the real thing!!) and I want this one above!!..just beautiful!!! Maybe recreate it? I can’t imagine how old it is?

  2. Yoli Says:

    I just came from Maryam’s blog to tell you that I am so impressed and shocked over the work that you guys did at Peacock Pavilion. You are all amazingly talented. How did you do all that work?

  3. Kari Says:

    …even though I have been there in person… the photos still speak to me like magic…Thank You Melanie for a FABULOUSLY DELICIOUSLY trip to Marrakech…

  4. maryam in marrakesh Says:

    eek I miss you all already! When can you come back?:)

  5. Stencil Helen Says:

    I love those ceilings and what a fabulous door. Am now off to Maryam’s blog to see what you created there. Looking forward to seeing more.

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