Moroccan Magic

Veere Grenney is one of my favorite designers. His work is always elegant, polished, and timeless. There are countless rooms he has designed that rank among my all-time favorites. Naturally, I always enjoy seeing a new project of his and luckily, the new issue of Architectural Digest features a fabulous spread on Grenney’s getaway in Tangier, Morocco. The New Zealand native calls London home, but jets away to Tangier when inspiration strikes. His Moroccan home is absolutely stunning, blending some of the hallmarks of Moroccan design and architecture, with Grenney’s decidedly British style. Notice the treillage-clad room with classic Colefax and Fowler Bowood draperies, the stunning dining room with its Syrie Maugham-inspired plaster palms and display of 1815 Royal Worcester plates, and the charming kitchen dressed in blue and white gingham. My favorite room? The dreamy guest bedroom!

{Photography by Simon Upton for Architectural Digest}

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