• Tracy Bulla

Marrakech Modern

Exotic Moroccan design gets a modern makeover this season, offsetting lavish detailing with crisp minimalism in stunning white-hot style.

Decadent glass beads cascade to create Currey & Company’s organic, voluptuous chandelier, a neutral-hued stunner designed by Marjorie Skouras ($4,000).
Currey & Company’s
Abigails’Sumptuous carving bestows enchanting luxe appeal to Abigails screen, balanced by a soothing whitewash finish.
From Eastern Accents, the Rayland pillow boasts bold lattice motifs to cool, minimalist effect.
Eastern Accents
Currey & Company’sNatural shells are hand-applied to Currey & Company’s wooden tea table, highlighting the elaborate Moorish archway fretwork ($1,490).
The Howard Elliott Collection transitions traditional Moroccan motifs into exotic statement mirrors made even more dramatic when grouped.
The Howard Elliott
Arteriors HomeArteriors Home casts a classic tassel form as a table lamp, part of the Laura Kirar Collection.
Antique white tea jars reflect subtle geometric patterns and delicate distressing from Interlude Home ($175, set of three).
Interlude Home
Tozai Home’sA dazzling geometric mosaic elevates Tozai Home’s porcelain plate with sublime style ($875).
Safavieh pays tribute to the traditional rugs of the Beni Ourain tribes in Morocco’s Atlas mountains with a new collection of 12 high-pile, hand-knotted rugs in stunning ethnic patterns ($1,040, 5x8).
Safavieh
Tracy BullaTracy Bulla | Product Editor
tbulla@homeaccentstoday.com

Native North Carolinian Tracy Bulla has been Home Accents Today's product editor since 2002. As a graduate of UNC-Chapel Hill's School of Journalism, Tracy's first foray into reporting involved covering the financial markets. This short-lived enterprise resulted in no great loss to the world of finance when it became apparent that the reporter could not balance her own checkbook. Tracy then followed her lifelong passion for fashion into the glamorous world of design where she is continuously in thrall to the lure of beautiful, well-designed objects of desire. Lo, Tracy's pampered Pekingese, shares her appreciation for exquisite style by choosing to only chew up the most expensively embellished Italian shoes.

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