You could wander down the "paths" that wove between entire bedroom sets with the inlaid mother of pearl designs. The wood is a redwood looking color and the inlaid designs spectacular. The intricate work took years to complete I'm sure, with the tiny pieces carefully created and inserted. Absolutely stunning!
A little gaudy for my taste by absolutely stunning - in a cathedral sized room I'd imagine - were the pieces from Damascus where they used the mother of pearl and silver wire to decorate the furniture. (Mamlouk Style, according to the sign). The small section here is just to show the style. Imagine massive pieces of furniture - one dresser was at least 5 feet tall - absoltuely covered with this work. They had tables, chairs, mirrors (full length, 3 wide), dressing tables, the list goes on.
The carving on the various door, furniture, windows etc were unbelievable! Not only that, trees are not particularly plentiful here – though it was a more fertile land at other periods of time. It seems that the doors and windows were all carved in various styles. The one here was in an "African" style. Others had floral motifs or repeated patterns. Absolutely outstanding!