Mauritian hotel group Beachcomber, has opened its newest property in the stunning city of Marrakech. The Royal Palm Marrakech is the first hotel belonging to the group to be set outside the Indian Ocean region.
peacock blue perfection - Royal Palm Marrakech, Morocco I wished I dared painting hallways this colour
Royal Palm Marrakech, Morocco ////I'm not sure why I'm putting this on my decorating board except that it's just so soothing to look at. I would love a space in my home with some of these elements.
I love the tall ceilings and dark paint choice. I would have chosen a different wall scone to accentuate the height more. O principal bar do hotel - Conheça o Royal Palm Marrakech
THIS grey! Must have my first deer done for the Main room! Moody + Inviting Home Tour Of Designer Tracie Ellis
Where to Stay in Victoria: Belgian-Inspired Interiors in the Historic Region of Kyneton: Tracie Ellis' Ellis House
Tracie Ellis, the founder and creative director at AURA, shares the story of her country home in Kyneton, Victoria, along with beautiful images by Sharyn Cairns. Ellis House is available to rent - find out more here.
Not so crazy about the animal head, but the rest of this room is gorgeous. Love the wall color most.
Ellis House (http://ellishouse.com.au) designed by Tracie Ellis of Aura Home (photography by Sharyn Cairns)
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Don’t you ever feel tired of all those neutral colours, of all those shades of off-white, beige and ‘greige’? And do you sometimes feel the need to leave your safe environment ? Would you like to bring some tension and contrast in your interior or at …
Moody jewel toned regency - to the max // from Daily Mail
Charleston - Sussex salon of Bloomsbury. A place I revisit and half expect to see Vanessa Bell, Duncan Grant, Virginia Woolf or Maynard Keynes coming out of a room. Comfy chair and always a book or two to hand.
There's some interesting color combos going on in this pic. The muted green walls and the dark and glossy green door and the more lime green chair. Kind of fun to see so many variants of a single color.