Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Moroccan blues..


When I see turquoise I think of two things, Moroccoand/or the tropics - without fail. Here is a lovely turqoise and blue home located in Paris that is completely influenced by the owner's first ever trip to Morocco. A lovely place!













xCharlotta



10 comments:

mnemonique said...

I love these washed blues

deardesigner said...

Gorgeous. You wouldn't think it was in Paris!

Ragland Hill Social by Gwen Driscoll said...

Have so been attracted to blue lately. These images are beautiful. Hope you are well.

shari @ little blue deer said...

Gorgeous pics, Charlotta! Wow. I love those tiles in the top photo, that door, well, all of them. So fresh, and just stunning!

Splendid Willow said...

Love the door! And the rug together with the crisp white sofa.
All lovely!

Cyber hug, Mon

manvi @ mochatini said...

ohhh the door!! totally with you and mon. a fab find. these blues are washing away my blues. thanks and happy week.
xo

DANDELION DAYDREAMER said...

oh wow...some of these are so gorgeous, perfect for an afternoon nap post a good book and a cup of tea :)

Charlotta Ward said...

Hi lovely girls and thank you for your comments!

Yes I think this house is such a gem - a daydream located in central Paris. Who would have thought!
Having lived in France I know how precious it is to have a place like this - space is expensive and this one is truly unique.

Have a fabulous end to the week and have happy & safe weekends lovelies!

xx Charlotta

Just Jane Grace said...

I absolutely love this - thank you for posting. I grew up on the coast of California so these blues call to my heart all the time. Can you tell us more about this home in Paris? Many thanks. Jane

Charlotta Ward said...

Hi Jane. Couldn't find a URL link back so I'll post my reply here..

I haven't got any more information on the house other than it being featured by Inside Home magazine. The article mentions that this Paris apartment (a stone's throw from the Eiffel Tower) is owned by a Dutch woman who travelled to Morocco and found all the inspiration for her home..

Glad you liked.

x Charlotta

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