The World of Interiors, November 2009 photographer: Roland Beaufre
Victorian chairs surround the dining room table, below copper lantern from the same period… On the far wall, a panel of 18th century tiles from Fez is flanked by two panels of 16th century tiles from Seville
photographer: Allan Grant (Time & Life Pictures, Getty Images) Suzy Parker July 3, 1957
Moroccan wedding blankets, or handira, are a traditional artform made by the female relatives of a new bride before her big day. They have been popping up in Western interiors due to their geometric texture and soft sparkle, which add a little bit of global interest to a room scene.