a beautiful house in tunesia

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This beautiful house, belonging to artist Paul Perrelli, is situated in Kelibia, a coastal town on the Cap Bon peninsula in the far northeastern part of Tunisia. The roof terrace offers a unique view on the minaret of a nearby mosque of Sidi Bou Daui and the background of the Mediterranean.

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The decorating theme is ‘absolute white’, combined with natural materials such as iron, wood, ceramics and other raw materials that is locally available. The house is a sort of storefront gallery where every piece of art, made by the owner, is for sale.

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(images from Marie Claire Maison Italy)

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6 Responses to a beautiful house in tunesia

  1. stunning sculptural accents! every home should have some!

  2. As a designer and blogger about design, I love color. But in my home – neutral is key. Living in a fairly blank color palette with only shades of color and texture makes me happy. Love this post!

  3. Love the wide-white open spaces. So peaceful

  4. Oh, how I would love a roof terrace. This house is stunning.

  5. yeah too bad Tunesia is the scariest place ever! The people, not so nice either.

  6. Lovely place!
    Tunesia is a beautiful Country and the people are super friendly!

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