Jacquetta Wheeler’s Moroccan Villa

Architectural Digest just published the Moroccan villa of English supermodel Jacquetta Wheeler and I’m ready to pack my bags for Tangier. Jacquetta’s great-grandfather, the architect Jack Sinclair, built the home in 1926 and named it Dar Sinclair. Today, Jacquetta shares the property with her sister Charlotte. From the vivid pink walls to the ikat pillows throughout, the home pretty much sums up all the reasons why I love Morocco. Below, explore more of Jacquetta’s spectacular getaway and find my suggestions on how you can get the look in your own home.

How to get the Dar Sinclair look in your own home:

Spruce Slipcover Sofa

Silk Ikat Pillow

Moroccan Drum Table

Benjamin Moore “Perky Peach”

Moroccan Rug

Peacock Blue Lacquered Cocktail Table

Moorish Chest

Blue Ikat Pillow

Marble and Wood Moroccan Table

Silk Ikat Pillow

Alhambra Bone Mirror

Vintage Moroccan Rug

Moroccan Star Lantern

Jamieson Skirted Sofa

Moroccan Wood Table

Beni Ourain Rug

Moroccan Plate

Carson Side Chair

Vintage Moroccan Rug

Benjamin Moore “Aurora Borealis”

Bone Inlay Wall Mirror

Ikat Velvet Pillow

(photography by Isabel Parra)

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2 comments on “Jacquetta Wheeler’s Moroccan Villa

  1. Julie P.

    Thanks for sharing this story and I love your “Get the Look” finds.
    I love the look of the Serena and Lily sofas and the upholstery options they offer but I wished they posted reviews. I don’t know if I can spend that much on something without testing it out myself or hearing from someone who has bought it previously!

  2. Katie Armour Taylor Post author

    Julie – I’ve been considering a Serena & Lily sofa (the miramar with bench seat) and emailed a friend that has it and she raved about it! I do wish they had more stores so you could try them all! Thanks for reading. xxx

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