Peacock Pavillions

Morocco has been at the top of my wish list of places to visit for the longest time. And now, more than ever, I feel the need to make the journey. It’s time. But with all of the charming riads and paradisal homes Morocco has to offer, how do you decide on just one place to stay? Maryam Montague’s Peacock Pavillions, for example, is one of several accommodations I’ve bookmarked. Isn’t it wonderfully eclectic and exquisite?

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  1. Catherine wrote:

    Hi- I’m in Seville, Spain and will definitely be headed to Morocco at least once in the next few months. I would love to meet up with you! -Cat

    1.20.12
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  2. Alexandra wrote:

    It looks really really really good! I’m usually not an ethnic gal when it comes to decor, but this… too good!

    x

    Alex @ Harvested

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  3. Uh yes, exquisite! I’m itching to get to Morocco as well, but everyone talks about how dangerous is it when I bring it up and has told me that how cautious you have to be makes it not all that fun. I can’t imagine that being the case 🙂

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  4. Anette wrote:

    I didn’t think that I could be amaze by Morocco style, but this is absolutely stunning!!;)

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  5. Oh I know! Morocco looks so vibrant and beautiful, it’s been on my travel wishlist for awhile… – Aliya

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  6. Stunning! I love that these spaces are full of rich detail but still look so light and airy. I’m in Spain and just a quick flight to Morocco but have never been – I’m definitely inspired to hop over there now!
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  7. I am totally with you – Morocco is on my list!
    What stunning images. I love the patterns, textures and colours.

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  8. Gorgeous. I’d love to visit too. I love moroccan food.

    Collections

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  9. Celine wrote:

    Amazing pics!!! Bookmarking for sure!!

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  10. Anne wrote:

    Is it a good honeymoon destination?
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  11. Nikki wrote:

    That is flat out gorgeous

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  12. oh my god this is all so so beautiful i need to have pieces like this in my home.

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  13. Romana wrote:

    Hi, as said before, I am not great fan of ethnic style of living, but this seems to be really comfortable living. WOuld like to see a garden as well!!

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  14. Judith wrote:

    It’s beautiful! I love this Moroccan style so much!
    xoxo
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  15. Oooh, this is definitely going into the home-decor-idea-vault.
    Xo

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  16. Vanita wrote:

    Looks beautiful!

    Lots of jewelry giveaway!
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  17. Love Morocco. I went there for the first time in December. It’s hard to take a bad photograph.
    Thanks for the post.
    xx

    http://i-am-not-a-celebrity.com/2011/12/06/fes-morocco-in-search-of-garance-dore/

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  18. Zane wrote:

    amazing inspiration

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  19. Samantha wrote:

    The orbs and lanterns are incredible.
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  20. So where do i sign up?? Maybe for now I’ll just break out the paints and give my bedroom a Moroccan feel, like that second to last image.

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  21. Lisa wrote:

    I love the combination of textures! my friend went to morocco and other than the food poisoning absolutely adored it!

    in dramatic fashion

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  22. Cat wrote:

    I am OBSESSED with all things Moroccan decor and have been attempting to turn my apt into Jasmine’s palace for the past 2 years! I got a lot of my ideas from THIS amazing article.

    xx
    Cat

    flauntandrepeat.blogspot.com

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  23. Ambyr wrote:

    This is so beautiful. It’s warm and welcoming.

    xoxo
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  24. Elledoc wrote:

    These photos are stunning! I would love to go there. Love the geometric patterns in the wallpaper, rugs and furniture!

    http://www.dreamsofcezanne.blogspot.com

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  26. Grace wrote:

    So beautiful and welcoming,
    being from Melbourne I recognise the banner of all different areas of Melbourne,
    Strange but cool that it has somehow reached Morrocco!

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  27. This hotel really blows your mind! It’s so…. so…. i have no words to describe it, i will only say that it feels like home in a more designed way!

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  28. Amazing find!

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  29. Charlene wrote:

    I went to Marrakech, Morocco last summer, and honestly, of the twenty some countries I’ve been to, Morocco is the most unique. The interior design in this collection is stunning; the traditional lamps and the oriental patterns are to die for.

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  30. OHHHH LOVELY PICS !

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  31. Cintia Ferreira wrote:

    Morocco will be my next destination, this coming september, I’m so excited! Gorgeous pics!

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  32. Elizabeth wrote:

    Hi there,
    I spent 2.5 weeks in Morocco in November and can’t recommend it more. The country is exotic and infinitely photogenic, yet so accessible. This place is really beautiful, but looks like it’s a ways outside the medina—a factor to consider if you expect to be cabbing back and forth from the medina a lot. We stayed one night at the Riad Viva on the inside edge of the medina and it was just right for us. We were lucky to stay with a friend the rest of the nights we were in Marrakech, but also spent a week in Fes at the Dar Roumana (http://www.darroumana.com/). It was a stunning place, and the staff was great.
    Cheers, and happy travels when you go!

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  34. Couldn’t agree more. I am headed to Peacock Pavilions in March to host the Moroccan Sketchbook retreat. I cannot wait to luxuriate in the bright, open, sumptuous rooms and grounds of Peacock. Its inspiring to read all these lovely remarks on Moroccan travel.

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  35. rafti wrote:

    We stay with the wonderful, creative and inspiring Maryam every June for a weeknd. Peakock Pavillions is a creative sanctuary away from the crazy madness of Marrakech.
    So excited to be going again soon…to recharge in this magical place.
    (So glad I found your blog too!) rr

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  36. Andrew wrote:

    I like the melbourne tram route board. Not something I would expect to see in Morocco

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  37. Melanie Tarbet wrote:

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