make mine moroccan.
by victoria comment

11/3/14

make mine moroccan / sfgirlbybay

have you ever been to morocco? it’s high on my list of places i must visit, but until i get myself there, i often drop into mui ma* for a little fix. i imagine shopping the street bazaars in marrakech to be one of life’s big adventures, and mui ma* does an outstanding job of it for me. i’ve long been a fan of their amazing pom pom bed throws (i just ordered one!), vintage moroccan wedding blankets, crochet cushions and kilim and handira pillows, but just discovered their moroccan tile tables, and i love these a whole lot, too! and they’ve got folding legs, which is pretty handy. i could see using just the tile top as a serving piece for parties. anyway, it’s all quite lovely so if you need your moroccan fix, visit mui ma*.

make mine moroccan / sfgirlbybay

make mine moroccan / sfgirlbybay

make mine moroccan / sfgirlbybay

make mine moroccan / sfgirlbybay

make mine moroccan / sfgirlbybay

make mine moroccan / sfgirlbybay

make mine moroccan / sfgirlbybay

make mine moroccan / sfgirlbybay

make mine moroccan / sfgirlbybay

10 responses to “make mine moroccan.”

  1. Marrocco is a gorgeous country, but the vendors in the market can be a bit pushy, to say the least… I’ve been twice and I never saw a wedding blanket anywhere, but now I see them all over the blogosphere and I absolutely love them. I wish I had known about them before I went! If you go to Marrocco, try and get behind the closed doors to see people’s court yards. The streets are dusty and seem to be run down, but if you open one of the worn-down doors, an oasis is revealed: Gorgeously tiled court rooms with fountains, lemon trees, rugs and cushions for relaxing, open walkways/balconies all the way up to the top floor to let in air and easy outdoor living. You just can’t believed you eyes! The spice and fish markets are also truly amazing, with all their colours, exotic smells and loud noises.

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    • I absolutely fell in love with Morocco. I went there for ten days to celebrate my birthday and I’m still dreaming of the colors, the food, the people and great design I encountered while there. Truly amazing and I hope to make it back there in 2015

  2. Everything about this post is just perfect. Thank you for sharing mui mia with us. I have never heard of the company. I too really want to visit Morocco and find Moroccan aesthetic just beautiful. I love the items for this store because it seems to have infused a very modern clean industrial and swedish aesthetic to Moroccan style.

    rae of love from berlin

  3. I love this post so much. Usually, I associate “Moroccan” style with lots of vibrant colours, I see it can be very calm as well, and it’s very nice too! Morocco is so beautiful <3

  4. I loved and hate morocco all at the same time. I’ve traveled pretty extensively at this point in my life and can say that it was an experience unlike any other. I did buy a wedding blanket while there last and spent about 2 hours haggling over the price but i did pay significantly less than the price at mui mia. My only regret was that i only bought one!

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