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Southampton Moroccan Mediterranean Home Office, Houston

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Home office - mediterranean built-in desk home office idea in Houston — Houzz

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manhattanjewess wrote:
A stunning room. Where did you get the Rajasthani style cabinet doors? - Can the cabinet door be made, latticed, purchaced? Beautiful Work Laura.
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Beautiful work Laura.
lindakaysep, the lanterns are made with a thin metal with hand-pierced work in a silver finish.
We carry different styles and can ship nationwide.
Please call or e-mail us and will be happy to help.

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@Laura U, Inc. I Googled Custom Mouldings in Houston and have not found a company by that precise name. Can you give more info on that source?

Liz Pallatto wrote:
Love the chair - where is it from?
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Can I ask where the lamps are from? I am looking to buy these exact ones.
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mammenjt, i have the same lanterns from many years ago. purchased through anthropologie online.

kgrossman2063 wrote:
Where did u get the coffee table - Love the coffee table. Where did you get it
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Just saw that coffee table at west elm
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awesome!! Thank you!
olderthebetter wrote:
Where did you get the gorgeous hanging lights and are they available in other finishes?
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Designer Fabric Outlet
I sell these similar pendants by Currey if you are interested!
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Laura U, Inc.
We got them from Four Hands and they do come in other finishes. Give us a call and we can source them for you too! 1-800-924-8967
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irinismom wrote:
Rug pops! Where is it from?
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I bought this rug in peacock (blue/green) 1.5 years ago. We love it.
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chezmariec wrote:
Where did you get the rug? Who is the manufacturer? Thanks.
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carladavidson wrote:
Where did you find the glass for the cabinets? Love it!
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Jamie Bennett wrote:
Why did you choose the short shutters behind the computer? - It has an incongruous look to it. The lines of the window casement are curved and the shades are straight across making this look a bit awkward with the contrast of wood tone and different lines. What would you think about having the top of shades curved as well? The room is lovely and as per Houzz very white so I'm happy to see some splashes of color. Thank you

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The geometric cutouts and accents are such a creative way to dress up a boring bookshelf. Add a few burnished lamps, et voilà!
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Umansky and team designed built-ins with woodwork that includes exotic curves and laser-cut panel inserts. Perforated hammered-tin lanterns hang overhead. Panel inserts: Custom Mouldings
Summer Baltzer added this to 9 Ways to Bring Moroccan Flavor to Your Interiors
1. Architectural details. Traditional Moroccan architecture is shaped by centuries of cultural and religious influences. Beautiful archways and curved doorways in the Islamic keyhole design are some of the style’s most recognizable elements. Get this look: Try adding these details through less permanent and less expensive paint finishes — just tape off your design on a wall, bookshelf or canvas, and paint over it in the color of your choice.
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15. Add Moroccan flair. Inspired by iconic places like Majorelle Garden, interior designer Laura Umansky used shapes and repeating geometric patterns to bring an exotic bohemian Moroccan look to this Texas townhouse. Thanks to the unique millwork, textiles and grilles, one can easily imagine a Pucci-caftan-clad Talitha Getty lounging on the sofa.
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1. Squeeze it in. I love how this modest home office has been tucked into this beautiful Moroccan-style living room. The white woodwork creates the perfect backdrop for the silver fretwork lanterns and bright Moorish patterns, and allows the desk and computer to fit in without any fuss, while the orange chair chimes perfectly with the textiles.See more of this house

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