DOMINO: A luxe bohemianism {March 2006}

This issue of Domino put our hand-embroidered leather poufs on interior designer’s radar. A pair of our white poufs with sand embroidery tucked into a cozy nook with a pair of unmatched Louis XV armchairs….  

DOMINO: Monika finds it: Moroccan Rug {September 2005}

A design elite favorite since Le Courbusier, Beni Ourain rugs wear well with age and really warm up a room. On a cobblestone NYC street, behind a door without a sign, there’s a rug gallery with a stash of my coveted carpets. but no need to trek there, just go to their online shop. Prices […]

NEW YORK TIMES: A touch of Moroccan Style

ROOM TO IMPROVE A Touch of Moroccan Style By MITCHELL OWENS Published: June 2, 2005 Q. Moroccan style is everywhere, and I’ll admit I’m tempted by its exoticism. But I’m afraid of looking as if I’m jumping on a bandwagon. How can I get the look without turning my apartment into a theme park? A. […]

ELLE DECOR: Souk Chic {February 2002}

Double Eight Point Star Fountain: red and glazed terra-cotta zillij tile edged with marble. This is a classic Moroccan fountain designed for an interior courtyard of a riad. A Riad (Arabic: رياض‎) is a traditional Moroccan house or palace with an interior garden or courtyard. This style of  fountain is installed in the center of the interior courtyard/ garden and […]

Proving not everyone comes to the Chelsea Market for a brownie or celebrity chef sighting, this packed-to-the-rafters home décor emporium is the passport to a swirling North African fantasy. Owner Mohamed Elmaarouf shuttles between New York and Morocco, importing the custom work of artisans from clans that his family has worked with for generations. (The […]