Veere Grenney


i’ve been a fan of designer veere grenney, especially his own homes, for quite some time. i’ve done several posts on him and his beautiful work over the years. 

it seems like every super stylish person today has a home in morocco. morocco is on my list to visit. after seeing veere’s home there in architectural digest, that trip might come sooner than later. 

Veere visited tangier at a very young age and he could never really get it out of his mind. he found his own home there and as you can see it’s magnificent. you have to read the story here, all of it is so romantic and interesting. 

what i found most alluring about the home was the work of so many local artisans- the plaster, the embroideries, the mosaics, the metal work, the trompe  l’ oeil……not to mention the enchanting gardens.

i find it fascinating how people can create homes in far off places, especially homes that are so layered and lived in…i think the work here of the local artisans helps create this magnificent fantasy…

i don’t’ know about you, but i’m ready for a trip to tangier. 

see interviews and other posts that i’ve done on veere here, here and here. 


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