Friday Inspiration: Majorelle Gardens

3rd June 2011
Today’s Friday inspiration comes from the lovely Majorelle gardens that I visited during my stay in Marakech. This beautiful botanical garden designed by French artist Jacques Majorelle sure is a vibrant experience. Even though it was a rainy day it really didn’t dampen our spirits as it truly is a mesmerising place. Filled with pops of blues and yellows you can see that these are such magical colours. So I leave you with some more snaps and wish you all a fabulous weekend. I am beyond excited as next week we have two photoshoots lined up for Heart Home Magazine and trust me when I say these homes are fabulous! See you next week my lovelies 🙂


  1. Jayne

    3rd June 2011 at 4:03 pm

    Stunning! Visited last year and fell for the richness of colour in the garden. A welcome oasis in a busy city – just loved it.

  2. Fabiana

    3rd June 2011 at 4:40 pm

    Wow! It looks magical! ciao

  3. paris parfait

    3rd June 2011 at 11:28 pm

    Love the bright pops of colour! Seems like the French designer was influenced more by Mexico than France.

  4. somepinkflowers

    4th June 2011 at 10:39 pm

    fantastic photos, Adrianna!

    at first i was so disappointed
    when it started to rain,
    weren't you,
    the rain just made the colors pop
    in a brilliant way.

    {{ i just noticed ~Paris Parfait~
    commented above
    and i do wonder
    if you will be working together
    in London…
    did you tell us?

    i just missed meeting Tara in Paris last year
    as she was off to Amsterdam.

    isn't the world so small… }}

  5. Harriet Sand

    6th June 2011 at 10:19 am

    Absolutely breathtaking, there's something about bright primary colours that brings out my inner child.

  6. PARGY

    7th June 2011 at 5:52 pm

    These photos are stunning A, the way you've captured all the wonderful colours – I think you have a real flair for photography!

  7. Plum Chutney

    13th July 2011 at 11:42 am

    Wow what stunning colours absolutely love this post!

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