veronica webb home, todd blank
Veronica Webb's house in Florida is a perfect representation of Moorish architecture. Only that this house is surrounded by Florida palm trees and an oasis of ponds. The architecture is by
Bender & Associates and interior by Todd Black
I love the use of the huge modern art above the red velvet sofa. It breaks with the overly done and expected regal look of gold and red.
This part of the room is very eclectic. With pieces that evoke not only Morocco but also India and Africa. The choice of shades on the glass doors/windows softens the room without blocking the light or view and the green walls blend perfectly with the outside.
The colorful dome ceiling with intricate Islamic-star grids was produced in Morocco. Doesn't it look like a Peacock in all its glory to you? All images from AD.
 
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