It’s not quite a literary interior this week, but I couldn’t think of a book I’ve read recently, having a Moroccan background so I turned my attention to movies. Le Souk invited me to curate a shopping board from their online shop/travel website, so I used the “Literary Interiors” series to integrate the board into a post about a Moroccan spaces. Even though I am not aiming a Moroccan/oriental style for my home right now, this type of exotic shapes are part of any eclectic interior, sometimes even mandatory, used as accents or as one central bigger piece. Le Souk is the result of a big passion for oriental shapes, for the buzz and energy of oriental markets and for the scent of exotic and magic orient. Whether you want to experience the atmosphere of Morocco …

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Tons of framed and unframed art is waiting to be hang by someone handy (#notme) on my walls. I can’t wait to see it all up, and my mind is very busy making different scenarios for the future art wall(s?). Funny enough one of my lovely clients has this empty wall in the living room she cannot stand anymore, so we came up with some ideas for the layout and for the art to be framed.   The seated version involves a shelf to support some of the frames, while others can still be hang between/above the seated ones. I like this version because the shelf offers additional space for showcasing other props, that cannot be fixed on the wall, mixing them with the framed art.   Aligning different sized frames is a good solution for …

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