In a world filled with beige interiors, Morocco is the perfect antidote: a refuge for addicts of saturated colour, a haven for devotees of intricate pattern, a destination for admirers of striking architecture. For anyone who wants to add Morocco's spicy design mix into their own home, Maryam Montague, the premier blogger on the subject, explains how to do so with the building blocks of Moroccan design -from the colours, patterns and textiles to the architectural details and so much more. Maryam shows how Moroccan design comes to life in real villas and riads and, of course, in her own magnificenthome. With takeaway information presented in Bringing It Home sidebars and in how-to projects, the book is filled with actionable ideas for eager DIY-ers. It includes everything a reader needs to knowabout the Moroccan-designed products to buy (including lanterns, tiles, pottery and poufs), where to buy them plus hundreds of ways to live with the enticing elements of Moroccan design.
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Andy Harris was the Editorial Director of Australian Gourmet Traveller, and is currently the editor of Jamie Oliver's Jamie magazine. He fell in love with Morocco and especially Marrakesh whilst on a research trip with Jamie, and has been known to visit the city five times a year. David Loftus is a well-known food and lifestyle photographer, who was recently voted the 65th most influential photographer of all time. His food photography has been described as 'still life works of art, where the food is just begging to be picked off the page and eaten'. He has worked on books with Jamie Oliver, Ruth Rogers and Rose Gray, and Heston Blumenthal amongst others.
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