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Tom Stringer Design Partners
Hyde Park Brownstone
Not my idea of Moroccan.
decorative pillows...Moroccan room...MOROCCAN STYLE...Boho / Moroccan
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nice entry for holiday
decorating front door
welcoming holiday dec!
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Christmas Holiday Decor
Add trees to urns and decorate around them
I like the planter decor.
Holiday decor outside
Door Decoration for Christmas
Merry Christmas decor
The perfect pairing of wreath and urn puts a festive flourish on a traditional holiday entry.
Christmas Holiday Decor
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Laura U, Inc.
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.
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
NW 13th Avenue Loft
search Moroccan poufs, they can be seats or footrests
facility (the kitchen took the No. 4 spot). The black and white decor scheme, voluminous space and thick ceiling beams communicate a strong statement, and the room’s lofty nature provides just a clue as to its warehouse roots. Slight Moroccan undertones formalize the space, pushing the industrial nature
help the room function well — and make the handful of carefully selected treasures stand out even more, as in the gorgeous Moroccan-influenced space shown here.
5. Rugs. Moroccans have created some of the world’s most distinct rugs for centuries. Traditionally, these rugs were used as bedding, blankets
blankets or saddles. Their designs focused on abstract and geometric patterns with colorful and neutral palettes. Get this look: Authentic or vintage Moroccan rugs can cost a lot of money these days. Reproductions are available, but you can also re-create the bold design with a modern twist using tape, outdoor
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use greenery available on property to decorate
6. Decorate from the cupboards and woods. Pinecones, sprigs of greenery, wild berries and bare branches all make beautifully simple decor for the holidays. Supplement finds from a nature walk with pretty holiday kitchen items like clementines, pomegranates,
Erika Everett Design
Moroccan Poufs & a furry carpet
I am a huge fan of Moroccan poufs. They are great extra seating. They are great footrests. They are both exotic and modern, and they come in a rainbow of colors.
a sheepskin throw. Nursery style notes: Map as decor? Wallpapered ceiling? Think beyond typical nursery decor for a truly unique look that will still feel appropriate when your little one is out of diapers.
Moroccan PoufsI am a huge fan of Moroccan poufs. They are great extra seating. They are great
love strong colours and shapes, and the bold hanging map in this nursery fits in beautifully with the laid-back, global theme. The fusion of styles – Moroccan pouffe, cowhide rug and dark wood furniture – is a refreshing antidote to the usual blues and pinks. (And I adore the wallpaper-on-the-ceiling finishing
Marrakesh by Design Morrocan Homes Maryam Montague
Create a Moroccan salon. Pair a low-slung couch with an eye-catching rug and a smattering of tea tables, then add floor cushions and poufs. Several hanging lanterns grouped as shown here also is a popular Moroccan design flourish.Tip: The walls and ceiling of this living room are covered in tadelakt
Design finds: Moroccan tray tables, floor cushions, poufs and paper lanterns.Try this at home: If your living room is feeling a little stuffy, try adding a touch of the
inspiration from far-flung places. If you can't visit in person, look to books like Maryam Montague's Marrakesh by Design. It features this exotic Moroccan salon, which has relaxed seating on and not far off the floor.
Drop down a littleThe seating in a Moroccan home is low to the ground, so choose a sofa that you can sink into. This one is perfectly aligned with the floor cushions and low coffee tables, creating