Shop the Look: A Tunisian Paradise

Photography by Gwenn Dubourthoumieu as seen in DECO home feature 'Tunisian Oasis'

In our brand new #AfricaIssue, we take you inside fashion designer, Manon Martin’s bohemian sanctuary, situated in the heart of Tunisia. 

Get the look of this Tunisian oasis by embracing sun-bleached tones, woven textiles and fashionable accessories.

Photography by Gwenn Dubourthoumieu as seen in DECO home feature ‘Tunisian Oasis’

Swatches from left: Venetian smalti mosaic (hemp), R155 / square meter, Douglas Jones, Delizioso in LI 746 23 by Elitis R4 248.55 / meter and ‘Parati’ (LW 712 03) by Elitis R5 126.25 / m both from St Leger & Viney.

1. Magnified mirror on extendable arm R7 200, Victorian Bathrooms 2. Madwa glass carafe and striped bottled holder Lutindze R702, Pezula Interiors 3. Jute Bell pendant R1 490, Esque 4. Oscar Elegante dining chair from R14 492, OKHA 5. Indian wooden swing table R15 995, Weylandts 6. Morara basket with letter handle R300, Ashanti Design 7. Cotton stripe patchwork rug R3 595, Weylandts 8. Kettal Basket chair from R46 900, Marlanteak 9. Traditional mediterranean terracotta tagine R949, Yuppie Chef 10. Silme cushion R549, Country Road

shop the look

Every issue we show you how to recreate the looks of two beautiful homes, with some of our favourite local brands. Don’t miss an issue for the latest in local shopping.

DECO home feature photography by Gwenn Dubourthoumei | Production by Anne-Catherine Scoffoni | Text by Hanna Stoelben

Shop the Look compiled by Sanri Pienaar for the Africa Issue


You may also enjoy reading DECO Palette: Time To Shine  and Deco Lab: Boudoir Basics

The Africa Issue is a celebration of the future of design in Africa and its potential to drive change. We explore the concept of ‘Africaness’, what this means for our aesthetic. We also  dream big with bedroom inspiration and take you on a tour of homes that truly embrace the spirit of the continent. Pick up your copy today and tell us what you think on Twitter @Elle_Deco using #AfricaIssue.


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