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Moroccan Design Makes a Comeback in Vegas

By Phebe Wahl | July 19, 2018 | Home & Real Estate


The Martyn Lawrence Bullard Collection for Cole & Son Jali Trellis pattern—inspired by the stonework of Marrakech’s sacred buildings—frames a doorway papered in Bahia panels that reference the royal palaces and holiday homes of the Moroccan city.

“This collection—with its exotic lanterns, bold architectural arches and gilded tones—lets the designer or homeowner create imaginative and highly individual interiors,” says interior designer Martyn Lawrence Bullard. For his new Martyn Lawrence Bullard Collection for Cole & Son collaboration, Bullard draws upon his globe-trotting travels from Marrakech, Morocco, to Malibu, Calif. “I let my eye capture all from everywhere and mix freely. A bit of easy L.A., some British formality, some Eastern promise and always a good pinch of humor,” he adds. “I believe this is the way forward. Let people experiment with designs and textures from different cultures, blended with our own. Curate magical environments that you love and let your decorative imagination take flight!” And where does the interiors icon suggest you employ his exotic patterns? “I love the idea of using wallpaper on the ceiling,” he enthuses. “In centuries past, the ceiling was where the most money was spent on decorative punch.” Price upon request, Lee Jofa, Las Vegas Market,;

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