Must-Reads: The Case for Moroccan Rugs & More Books

Must-Reads: The Case for Moroccan Rugs & More Books

Every Monday, we corral five links from around the web worthy of sharing. On tap for today: where designers seek inspiration, how to build your at-home library, a case for the Moroccan rug, a Rome city guide and the coolest, colorfulest marble trays. {hero image via Remodelista}

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MINIMALIST MEETS MOROCCAN.

Within the walls of LA jewelry designer Kathryn Bentley's minimalist home, her Moroccan rugs add color and character. She sings their praises for all having unique stories and adding a symbolic touch from the woman artisans who craft these designs. See the full home tour and our current selection of Morrocans. {image via coveteur}

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WHEN IN ROME.

If you're lucky to have an Italian getaway included in your summer plans, don't miss Rome on your way in or out. The big city can get forgotten with the increased interest in the coast and Tuscan countryside, but this guide will inspire you to see the magic in the cobblestone streets, the classic cuisine and stunning architecture. {image via Paris in Four Months}

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THE ART OF THE LIBRARY.

In an era of iPads and Kindles, some of us may not have the libraries the generations before us did, but Thatcher Wine, founder of Juniper Books, encourages us to maintain this tradition. First and foremost, we're reminded that everyone starts small and we need not be intimidated by the collection process. {image via One Kings Lane}

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MODERN MARBLE.

Last week, we discovered small but significant ways to incorporate the terrazzo trend into your home. This week, we're coveting these Swedish marbelized trays fashioned in rich, eye-catching jewel tones. A wonderful gift for mom if you're still on the prowl! {image via Remodelista} 

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INSPIRATION STATION.

Experienced designers spill where they source inspiration. Of course, the client is always the North star, but TV shows like Mad Men, a certain shade of blue from the ocean or even doodling can be the impetus behind one of their design decisions. {image via House Beautiful

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