Peacock Pavilions, a boutique guesthouse, a peaceful oasis, just outside of Marrakech
One of the Peacock Pavilions' bedroom walls, stenciled by "Royal Design Studio"
Take time to have a fabulous lunch at the "Hotel Restaurant French" You will find it at one of the corners of the Djemaa el Fna.
On the way to the High Atlas Mountains, on the outskirts of a small village, a market day was in full swing.
Put on your glad rags and have lunch at the La Mamounia
After a 3 year renovation, the legendary Hotel La Mamounia has reopened. It was completely redesigned by Jaques Garcia. We stayed at the Mamounia 25 years ago. I liked it better then. It had more charm. So much marble this time and so dark.
I kept falling off and on to the thick carpets. I did like the six handsome young men, dressed in all white flowing robes, opening doors for me every time I approached.
Here I share with you my obsession with Italian Renaissance Ceramics. I decided that painting them would not be so difficult. So I set about learning. My blog is about living the simple country life, tales from our travels and, of course, my hand painted ceramics.
Treasure of the week
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My Etsy Shop
Thank You Theresa
Yes, it was a wonderful collaboration, click on picture for full story
Thank You Regina of Fauxology
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Thank You Linda Merrill of Surroundings
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My Fireplace Tiles in House Beautiful
July - August 2010
My hand painted Plates in House Bautiful Magazine
July - August 2010
My Ceramics featured at the
My hand painted Ceramic Tiles
Painted to Order
Thank you Linda Merrril for the honor
of including me in your "Bloggers behind the Lens"