I am back to share more from my Marrakesh Country Club Home Tour! If you missed Part 1 or 2, be sure to check them out for a greater overview of the fabulous Marrakesh lifestyle. The last house I will be sharing about from the tour was another favorite of mine. The home spoke in relaxing tones and was rich with texture and pops of color.
The living room was by far my favorite. A strong feeling of luxurious relaxation hit me dead on and I loved it. The various creams and golds brought on the fancy, while wandering textures and drift wood relaxed the room.
The back patio continues with the neutral color palette and the wandering natural elements that bring in the high energy levels.
The back patio had two seating areas and both were gorgeous. Both seating areas were inviting and luxurious.
The dining room table was set beautifully and had a fantastic glass chandelier suspended above. No, it is not a Chihuly, but I think it's still quite nice. The chandelier was a perfect pairing to the room. The living/dining space felt as if it was showcasing the beauty and comfort of the chaos in nature.
The kitchen was on the smaller side but was well designed for the space.
At the back of the kitchen sat a small sitting area for two. I have to say, I kinda like the idea of having a comfortable seating area like this in the kitchen area for guests to sit and sip wine while they wait for the food to be ready. This way, the guests stay out of the cook's way and everyone is happy!
The wall opposite the bed showcased an array of neutral toned sculpture and glass pieces. This wasn't my favorite but I think the shelving is quite nice.
The Master Bath.