The glow of an electrified Moroccan lantern above this home's east hall draws the eye up and around walls wrapped in a tadlacked finish — a traditional Moroccan lime-based and polished texturing method — to the ceiling stenciled in a traditional Moroccan design that features images Rush found in the palace in Rabat where Rosinsky grew up. The fiery tones of a fine Iranian area rug atop original French tile flooring lead the way toward the living room.
Royal Mansour, Marrakech. www.facebook.com/Morocco.Specialist
Ah, a dining room after our own hearts! A fully embellished mirror, brassed accents on the table legs, and a table set for a banquet!
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