Thursday Doors – The Majorelle Gardens in Marrakech

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The blue is called Majorelle and is made from pigment found only in the Moroccan soil and he must have been especially fond of it because as well as the house the garden was full of large pots all painted predominantly in this colour and contrasting nicely with others in orange, yellow, red and green.


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24 responses to “Thursday Doors – The Majorelle Gardens in Marrakech

  1. Colours a bit bold, perhaps, for my wife’s taste, although as far as I am concerned , the bolder, the better. Everton blue and Man City blue on the door ?


  2. wow what a blue!


  3. What a powerful hue


  4. It’s a lovely colour.


  5. I love these colourful doors…not for my own house but nice to look at.


  6. I love this colour!


  7. So glad we found your blog on Norm’s blog. These doors are beautiful, and we loved Marrakech AND the Majorelle Gardens.


  8. That blue is pretty!


  9. Wow! That is BLUE.


  10. Wow, that’s stunning…in the very best way. Stay well, Andrew.



  11. Bold colors. Certainly not subtle but they work. Glad to hear the women cheered up with the sunlight! –Curt


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