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Marrakesh by Design Morrocan Homes Maryam Montague
Ideabooks7,843
Questions4
Layer, and layer some more. As Montague states, "Moroccan style is not for the minimalist." The exuberant mix of colors and patterns in this cozy nook shows the Moroccan bohemian style to full effect. To get this look, pile a variety of textiles on your bed or couch and top with a cacophony of cushions
“Indian” — Dana Garrison
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Laura U, Inc.
11 Reviews
Southampton Moroccan
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Its really one of a kind rug. Looks like a Moroccan Klim. Your best bet will be to take this picture to your local Handmade rug dealers.
Definitely no camels on the wall! But Kilim and colorful, clashing prints looks so fresh with white furniture and walls… --I like this
Love the curtains and couch, very moroccan feel
“Pink and blue” — jmpjmpjmpjmpjmp
Laura U, Inc.
11 Reviews
Southampton Moroccan
Ideabooks2,815
Questions6
I'm looking for a Moroccan/Asian/Mediterranean themed dresser for our bedroom. We already have a reclaimed wood bed from Asia. Thanks!
Combining Moroccan Style and British Colonial
I'm loving moroccan style right now (but with moe modern colors)
moroccan lamps at foot of bed
bedroom on the bed and the doors.The light-colored wood floors that worked with the home's former French country style translated well to the new Moroccan style. "We loved them and thought they brought a bit of rustic ambience," Umansky says.
“do a windo seat in master” — rlsmay
Lucy Interior Design
9 Reviews
Moroccan Lounge
Ideabooks9,372
Questions8
Moroccan poofs and simple color pallet
moroccan. colors. archway.
Minimalist Moroccan does exist! This neutral space is cranked up a notch with colorful accents and an inspired napping window.
Moroccan Leather Poufs
furniture placement...Moroccan lounge...Moroccan poufs...Moroccan Lounge
“Ottomans” — lesleykess
Elad Gonen
1 Review
porch
Ideabooks8,642
Questions7
project for vastu furniture : www.vastu.co.il
Actually this isn't only Moroccan , it's an Arabian/Islamic design I have my home designed like this ( islamic design) since it's my heritage and I'm proud of it:). And I know this
I love the dreamy outdoor bed set under iconic Moroccan arches. Note the tone-on-tone pattern in the elegant floor tiles.
“Love this. very unique” — jgdesign2014
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Outside
Ideabooks4,273
Questions5
Moroccan lantern, Buddha Belly Bamboo. Holiday dinner in South FLA. December.
Or hang a candle chandelier...I would love to hang mine from Malacca This one was an antiques fair find; the owners light it up for evening gatherings. I love a Moroccan fixture
such as the Moroccan pendant. The mixed-and-matched chairs give the dining area a casual, impromptu feel, although we know a lot of work went into creating it.
Or hang a candle chandelier. This one was an antiques fair find; the owners light it up for evening gatherings.I love a Moroccan fixture. It
“Curtains for privacy” — reneefafard
Christy Dillard Kratzer
3 Reviews
Lullwater
Ideabooks8,107
Questions9
pendant shade chandelier and the wall sconces are from the Jacques Garcia collection with Baker Furniture.
Benjamin Moore 1309 Moroccan Red
Thanks! This is a Jacques Garcia lantern sold through Baker Furniture.
Paint coLor, Benjamin. Moore Moroccan red
Wall colour - ben Moore Moroccan red
Dining room Ben Moore Moroccan red 1309
stands and sheet music that accumulate. What a treat to have a dedicated room for this. Include a rug, window treatments and any type of upholstered furniture to help with sound buffering.
“Instruments” — leilatk
sak designs
1 Review
a fusion of classic and modern
Ideabooks5,633
Questions5
8. Drape dramatically. Breezy outdoor drapery creates a spa-like, Moroccan-inspired vibe. Use a pergola as a foundation for your drapery — as in this photo — or add drapes
 Zen like retreat, fantastic water feature and stonework on the wall, low-slung furniture and raised deck
Drape dramatically. Breezy outdoor drapery creates a spa-like, Moroccan-inspired vibe. Use a pergola as a foundation for your
8. Drape dramatically. Breezy outdoor drapery creates a spa-like, Moroccan-inspired vibe. Use a pergola as a foundation for your drapery — as in this photo — or add drapes around porch archways to shade vertically.Find out how to create drama with draped fabricsHouzzers: Please share a photo of your
“Stone and deck” — ritasj
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