Morocco is a country I long to go to. I want to experience the rich culture, the food ( chicken tagine anyone?) , unlimited supply of Argan oil, but more than everything else I would love to soak myself in Moroccan decór. Not to forget the handmade, luxurious rugs. So many beautiful things to say about Moroccan interiors. For a country that was inhabited by the French, Berbers, Arabs and Spanish there is a bit of everything going on in Moroccan interiors and the result is homes rich in warmth. If you would like to have a bit of this in your home, here’s just how to do it. You can check other globally inspired travel decor posts in Paris and in Diani
Bring in the trellis pattern in any color and form. Whether it’s in reupholstery fabric, pillows or rugs, the trellis pattern is a hallmark in Morrocan décor.
To pull off this theme, lanterns are a must. Switch your regular light fixtures with lanterns. There are millions of lantern designs to choose from. Lanterns add mystery and a moody vibe to your evenings. If you don’t fancy an overhead lantern, we recommend the ones that sit on table tops.
Poufs do what decorative pillows would do, only they stay on the floor. A couple of poufs in different colors, fabric and texture. These are handy for family time, game nights or a night in with company.
Color & Texture
Texture dominates Moroccan themes. You want to look out for leather, pleather, mohair, silk and wool to fuse into your theme. The more color you pack get in accessories the more points you get.
Hang Up A Rug
There is no such thing as too many rugs. Whenever you have an extra rug ask yourself, WWAMD(What would a Morrocan do?) You guessed right-hang it on the wall as rug art. Genius! Thank you for stopping by. What is your best feature of Morrocan design?