Alachigh --- Maybe the most elegant of all yurt-like nomadic tents: a low dome with full bent rafters going into a wheel with a high curve in its cross bracing. The rafters go down to the ground and are held in place by tension bands. The door is made as a part of the cover rather than as a separate wooden door. Originally from the Shahsevan people of Iran.
Moroccan rugs are generally narrower than their oriental sisters as traditionally the looms were made to be packed up easily as most of the tribes were traditionally nomadic, the narrower ones look amazing in this hallway as a runner
The curves at the top of the walls, the Moroccan star pendant, the center pivoting round window, and of course, the tile, give me shower envy (and I just remodeled our master bath!). [blue tile shower architectural digest]