Step Inside Veere Grenney's Tangier Getaway

In a guest bedroom, an antique english chair is upholstered in a Le Manach cotton. 19th-century English writing table; William IV Mahogany side chair in a Namay Samay fabric; locally embroidered curtains; antique Moroccan rug.

A circa-1815 Royal Worcester dinner service hangs above a 19th-century serving table in the dining room. Antique shield-back chairs wear a Veere Grenney Collection fabric.

Above In the treillage room, a Jansen table stands center stage, and Colefax and Fowler’s Bowood chintz dresses the windows. French flea-market chairs; Veere Grenney Assoc.–designed sconces.

A Lee Jofa chintz envelops the drawing room. The Veere Grenney Assoc.–designed ottoman is covered in an antique textile, and the Howard Chairs Ltd. sofas wear a Veere Grenney collection linen. Circa-1935 Jansen chandelier; custom jamb mantelpiece by Veere Grenney Assoc.

Decorative painter Alistair Erskine spent three months painting the library walls. A framed 19th-century embroidery hangs above a Jamb mantel. Curtains and sofa fabrics both by Jasper; table lamp from Colefax and Fowler; English Edwardian writing table; Veere Grenney Assoc.–designed armchair in a Claremont fabric.

A large-scale gingham enlivens the locally made kitchen cabinetry. Hector Finch pendant lights.

A guest room’s antique iron bed is curtained with a Volga Linen fabric. 19th-century French writing table with Regency chair; antique English armchair in a Robert Kime print; window treatments of a Claremont linen; antique Moroccan rug.

Grenney in the garden.

Begonias overflow on the courtyard loggia. Antique Moroccan lanterns and rugs; antique wicker chairs cushioned in local striped linen.

Taking in the dramatic view of the Strait of Gibraltar.

A view through the gardens of Gazebo, Veere Grenney’s Tangier villa, toward the meditation tower designed by architectural designer Cosimo Sesti.

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