I bought this beautiful handmade ceramic teapot, in a little Berber village in the Atlas Mountains. White with red stones and silver framing, it will look great on display in my bookshelves (or to use as well, of course).
I love the ‘hamsa’ sign (commonly used as a sign of protection), as seen in a previous post with the necklace version. This silver soap dish stood out straight away, and already looks beautiful in our new bathroom.
I actually bought 6 of these mini tea glasses, but only four survived in my luggage. Luckily, the best colours were left. Continuing the spirit of my Marrakech trip, I look forward to spending a lazy weekend drinking mint tea with these glasses and my new tea pot!
As our flat is newly renovated, the smell of fresh paint and ‘new’ furniture is pretty strong. I’ve already filled the flat with scented candles, but when I came across this gorgeous boutique in Marrakech, filled with scented room perfumes, I just couldn’t resist. The scent is mandarin & cinnamon (the latter being my favourite!).
Check in tomorrow to see more buys from my trip!