This Marrakesh home, inspired by the traditional country houses in this area of Morocco, combines tradition and comfort, with a very sophisticated result. Its luminous and natural decor is the work of Spanish interior designer Victoria Melián, from Estudio Melián Randolph.. Her project filled the house with color, always in soft tones, and provided it with comfortable furniture. Victoria Also included materials and crafts of the area.
The house is brand new and has been based on traditional Moroccan architecture. In the backyard porch, in front the pool, Point and Métiers d’Hier furniture. The green wooden pergola is designed by Victoria Melián.
Almost every room in the house has a fireplace. In the living room, Blasco & Blasco sofa and armchairs. On the wall, photograph by Hassan Hajjaj, in Larache Gallery.
A lot of sunlight and a natural decor are behind the success of this house. In the living area, African table by Lorenzo Queipo de Llano and sofas by Blasco & Blasco.
In the master bedroom, the canopy has been made with a carpet by Berberia. Fireplace of tadelakt, a surface very bright and resistant made from lime plaster. All these elements achieve the comfortable, bright and natural decor that the owners wished.