Dar Bibine, Tunisia…

A little bit to the right this time, Tunisia. I have never been in Tunisia but it always look so bright and blue on the photos. This guest house, Dar Bibine, belongs to the Belgium couple Isabelle and Gerard, lawyer and architect.

The house has a beautiful mix of modern design and local crafts. more information you can find on their website. The beautiful photos are made by Jan Dirkx 

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About Melanie el Haddad

I'm 37 years. I have a passion for beautiful Moroccan design. I'm in love with my daughter of five. The best thing there is, your own beautiful girl. I have a webshop called El Ramla Hamra. Creating a mix of Moroccan craftmanship and contemporary elegance is my mission. It is great to use your passion. Creative entrepreneurial. Something truly your own. I love writing. There is so much in the world that can inspire me from everyday events into beautiful interior items. I hope you to give a little inspiration with my blog.
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6 Responses to Dar Bibine, Tunisia…

  1. Elizabeth says:

    Dear Melanie,
    So good to hear from you!
    Blessings on you and your family.
    We lived in the medina of Marrakesh from 2006 to 2008 when we had to go back to New york to look after my husband’s mother who was very old. We now have grandchildren. However we managed to get to Morocco about every two years. (We were there this February and went to Marrakesh and then Sidi Ifni on the coast).
    My blog The House in Marrakesh (thehouseinmarakesh.blogspot.com) is still up.
    I love all your Moroccan goodies!
    Greetings from New York

  2. Thanks a lot for featuring Dar Bibine on your blog. I really recommend everybody to visit Tunisia…See you soon

  3. Elizabeth says:

    How very gorgeous!
    we lived in Marrakesh for two years but never managed to get to Tunisia.
    We are now back in New York.

  4. Nao says:

    Gorgeous! You just made me miss Tunisia, I visited once the whole country, and not only the touristic places, it was a real adventure, I can only recommend to anybody! 🙂

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