Nestled between Europe and Africa, Morocco is a country of blending, influenced by the many cultures surrounding it. Acting as a crossroads between the east and west, north and south, Moroccan décor blends styles from France, Portugal, and Spain from the northwest, with the strong Mediterranean, African, Persian, and Islamic influences from the south and east. This results in a unique and inspirational style specific to Morocco.
If you’re looking to bring an exotic yet elegant feel to your home, you should consider the elegantly mysterious elements found in Moroccan style décor. From vibrant colors to intricately designed wood and mosaic products, this luxurious, dramatic, and exciting style is becoming increasingly popular in modern homes.
It’s a style that can be meshed with nearly every existing form of decor and is certainly a way to catch the eyes and hearts of each guest who enters your home.
MORROCAN LIVING ROOM
This room was designed to bring you a taste of trip to Europe. Authentic furniture, rugs and accessories make this space truly magical and give you the feeling you are relaxing in the heart of Morocco sipping tea.
MORROCO STYLE POOL HOUSE
Moroccan pool room for lounging. High-low backed custom sofa in deep blue velvet chenille. Poufs, lanterns, hooka, colorful pillows, accessories and tables scream Morocco. Hand knotted wool rug with an ivory leather ottoman made custom for this room.
MORROCAN STYLE FURNITURE
Interior spaces are busy in patterns but simple in furniture. Sofas and tables are inviting and set low to the ground.
REFLECT COLORFUL DECOR
Mirrors enhance the ambiance of a Moroccan interior by subtly reflecting light and adding adornment to walls. Look for mirrors with decorative wrought ironwork, deeply carved wood, onion dome-shaped frames, and metal or jewel embellishments.
Drawing inspiration from Morocco’s landscape, look for shades of blue and green from the Atlantic and Mediterranean.
Color is the focal point of Moroccan decorating. Rich reds and oranges conjure images of African sunsets.
Shimmering gold and silver invoking the Sahara sands.
Fabrics in rich colors with intricate textures and designs are typical of Moroccan decor. Add throw pillows and cushions in abundance, and drape luxurious fabrics.
Richly hued sheer silk swagged over seating or dining areas or mosquito netting over beds adds a mysterious touch, reminiscent of desert bazaar tents.
Using candles in traditional lamps will add the romantic element of moving lights to your decor and exotic scents.
Ceramic tile is often on used for flooring and gives a coolness much welcomed in the hot weather.
PLANTS FOR DECOR
Exotic plants help to create an oasis-like feel in Moroccan style bathroom.
From the glittering coastlines of Casablanca and Tangier to the snake charmers and spices in the air of bazaars in Marrakesh, inspiration can be found, whether you are looking for just a touch of exotic flair or a full make-over.
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