Pop-up store El Ramla Hamra


From Thursday 23 May till Sunday 26 May, web store El Ramla Hamra has a pop-up store in Amsterdam at the Haarlemmerdijk 41. El Ramla Hamra takes you into a mix of Moroccan craftsmanship and contemporary elegance. They offer a unique (new) collection of home and fashion accessories of Moroccan craft mixed with trendy lifestyle.

El Ramla Hamra is a shop with a passion for Morocco and beautiful products. “We would like to offer people the opportunity to see and feel our products and shop them in real life. We have inspired in Morocco us again why our products can be found in the pop-up store again some nice new items.” says owner Melanie el Haddad

“We love to sell distinctive products and strive for a unique character. Our new pride is the vintage boucherouite collection which a typical Moroccan accessory that is  hardly available in the Netherlands. They are super trendy and popular abroad, but still relatively unknown in the Netherlands.” says Melanie. ” Besides this El Ramla Hamra also presents a lot of other products in the pop-up store: woolen and cotton berber rugs, woven fabrics, leather Moroccan poufs, sequins baskets, vintage trays, antique hammam bowls, woven storage baskets, leather bags of their own label and lots more.

Have a look at my blog post of my visit to their pop-up shop last year here. And if you can’t make it to Amsterdam, you can always order online.

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All photos are ©El Ramla Hamra – http://www.elramlahamra.nl/

Comments

  1. It’s good I am not close to Amsterdam these days. I could spend a fortune there…

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