There are many great ways to bring traditional Moroccan details into your home. Mosaics, pottery, wicker wares, traditionally crafted lanterns, mirrors, leather, art, and metal work are just the beginning.
Of course, the best way to get items for your home is to visit Morocco yourself and pick up some great pieces. You can also find some items on the internet or from your local store. Either way, you are sure to get some wonderful items.
Want more interior design tips regarding the Moroccan style? Try our following tips given to us with the help of maroque.co.uk to make your home warmer.
- Colours. So many beautiful colours! Go with earthy, natural tones that go with everything – but try pairing it with some vibrant blues and reds.
- Lights. Geometric designs are the cornerstone of unique Moroccan light fixtures. You can get free standing lights or hanging ones. Candle holders offer lovely accents and globe lamps that bring so much light you practically go blind.
- Furniture. Keep the furniture simple and use earthy, dark woods. Screens really scream Morocco and are often made of iron. They function to break up a large room into smaller, more private parts.
- Walls. Your typical Moroccan wall be textured.
- Carpets. You can find a rug or carpet in every shape and size imaginable. For an authentic piece, get one that is hand woven on a wooden loom.
- Fabrics. Textiles make the look. You can’t have a Moroccan inspired design without them! Between the carpets and some throws, you can have a beautiful look, complete with pillows and wall hangings.
- Mosaics. Traditional geometric mosaics are called Zellige art and comes straight from Morocco. These tiles can be used on the floor, on top of tables, on the walls, anywhere! There are many beautiful patterns available.
- Tea set. Hospitality is important in Morocco, and the tea set represents that. Brightly colored glass makes for a visually appealing tea set.
- The garden. Want to transform your evening? Hang up Moroccan lanterns in your garden. Burnt orange garden walls and Moroccan blue accents make the home.
- Terracotta. Terracotta pottery is huge in Morocco, and can be huge in your life as well. Get those big leafy plants planted in them to create a warm and cozy atmosphere.