As I have told you before in this post and probably noticed from my videos and other pictures from Morocco, I fell in love with their traditions and designs. This is why I had to bring some traditional Moroccan items into my home. Here you have my Moroccan corner with the rug in the boucherouite style, that is colourful and very geometric, with many pieces of fabric fringing out of it. I have found this one at the Chabi Chic store in the industrial area of Marrakech and had to take it home with me although it barely fit in the luggage.
When I got home I felt terribly sorry that I couldn’t purchase more ceramic items from the beautiful and coloured Souks and I was really happy to find many traditional items transposed in a modern and minimalist way on Rue Du Maroc, an online shop that gathers many Morrocan designers with the most exquisite pieces.
With such a great deco and the sweet mint tea that reminds me so well of my trip to Marrakech and the Sahara desert I was wearing a bohemian orange dress from Shein and my hand and foot were painted beautifully by Laura from Henna Journey. I must say that not even in Marrakech have I seen such a beautiful henna design, so to find Laura in the heart of Bucharest was really amazing. You must really try and see her hands at work, especially if you are not really committed to having a permanent tattoo. I also loved the way my skin smelled even days after, due to her infusion of mint and eucalyptus in the henna paste.
I was wearing:
Henna art by Laura from Henna Journey
Carpet from Chabi Chic
Tajine from Rue du Maroc
Oriental wood tray from Rue Du Maroc
Bowls from Rue du Maroc
Glasses from Rue du Maroc
Tea pot holder from Rue Du Maroc
Ceramic cups from Rue Du Maroc
Coasters set from Rue Du Maroc
Ceramic tray and small cups set from Rue Du Maroc