I have been meaning to bring you another blog post, since I wrote this one, about the interior stylings of some of the houses that I have visited here in Wadi Musa. Let’s just say that most are certainly not to my taste, but then each to their own and variety is what makes the world go around!
I would love to be able to share with you photos of some of the more interesting choices for interior stylings but it is very hard to take a photo on your phone without being noticed.
I did manage to get a quick shot of this Arabic style sitting room. I have to say that I didn’t mind the the fabric or the style of the traditional Arabic seating. What I did question was the choice of paint colour used on the wall to “match” the seating. And I do mean match as the paint had been chosen specially to go with the seating. The two walls in the photo are a lurid pistachio green colour, and a lilac colour (looks greyish in the photo). Photo has not be altered in anyway – this is how it really was! What I didn’t manage to get a photo of is the other two walls in the room, one of which was a sickly yellow green colour and the other a darker purple.
Why limit yourself to one colour when you have four walls!