Monthly Archives: October 2011

Gorgeous embroidered Moroccan pouf.

Moroccan embroidery symbolizes the Moroccan culture. I love the way they make this poufs. It takes over an week to make one pouf. This black embroidered pouf looks beautiful in a classic interior but also in a super trendy environment. … Continue reading

Finally. There are trendy & charming camera bags. Webshop

Do you recognize this? You want to make great pictures anywhere, no matter where … but you have only that big ugly camera bag. When I’m in Morocco, I prefer to have my camera always with me. But I don’t want … Continue reading

So lovely. Moroccan style in France…

So lovely. This house makes you feel like if you are in Morocco. But it isn’t. It’s in a small place near Paris. If I see this I long for the summer. Photos: Le journal de la Maison

De oorsprong, de rituelen, de schoonheid. Mooi boek over de islam, uitgebracht door Happinez.

Het magazine Happinez heeft een prachtig boek uitgebracht in de serie ”wereldreligies” over de Islam. ”De islam is de snelst groeiende en op één na grootste religie in de wereld. Maar wat weten we er eigenlijk van? Wat kunnen de … Continue reading

Moroccan women beautifully painted by Zinaida Serebriakova.

Zinaida Serebriakova (1884 – 1967) In 1928 and 1930 Zinaida visited Morocco. She was fascinated by the landscapes of Morocco and painted the Atlas mountains, as well as Moroccan women in ethnic clothing. The images of the paintings attract my attention. It’s like … Continue reading

Roses in Morocco. Fragrance of the ”Rosa Damascena”.

A few years ago when I brought my first visit to Morocco, we made a tour through a large part of Morocco. There are many beautiful places Morocco. One in particular is Kelaa ait M’Gouna, the ”Rose water capital” , … Continue reading

Like a Moroccan fairytale. Luxury in Marrakech…

I saw a little article about this beautiful luxury riad called ”La Sultana Marrakech”. The name is already like a fairytale. La Sultana “Marrakech” is situated in the heart of the golden triangle, at the entry of the Imperial City’s … Continue reading

A little bit IKEA and a little bit of you…1001 Night atmosphere.

IKEA is still a shop for everyone. Just because they have pretty basics. I don’t like the typical only IKEA interiors with no touch of your own. But with a good basic of IKEA and your own touch it’s perfect … Continue reading

Beautiful picture from around 1920. ”Dusk in the dessert”

I really love this picture with the title ”Crépuscule dans le désert”. It’s mysterious I think. The original picture is from around 1920. The photographer is unknown. The owners Patrick Manac’h et Hamid Mergani of museum ”La maison de la photographie de Marrakech” … Continue reading