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Hillsborough Spanish InfluenceAllwood Construction Inc
gorgeous - like the moroccan flair
pay tribute to Moroccan interiors. Hang a small cluster in a room corner or as a focal point over a dining area.
8. Lanterns. Moroccan lanterns are one the most recognizable parts of this design style. Intricately made from metals such as brass or copper, these pieces cast amazing shadows on their surroundings when hung from the ceiling.Get this look: Metal lanterns come in various styles and finishes that pay
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patterns and warm colors. The traditional Moroccan color palette consists of warm, saturated hues in blue, red, green and brown, and accents in white and black. Since Islam historically frowned upon depictions of humans and animals in art, Moroccan interiors display a dizzying array of geometric and
and floral patterns. The tiles are one of the best examples of Moroccan artisans' genius with pattern. Utilize bold-patterned tile as a surefire way to add drama to any room.Tip: Moroccans love to draw attention to their ceilings, often making a room feel loftier than it really is. Painted rafters, stenciled
New York City LoftDeborah French Designs
and plush upholstered pieces are staples of Moroccan interiors. Carved seat bases, chests, coffee tables and side tables often contrast with plush couches, poufs or floor cushions in a single room.Get this look: If you’re on a budget but still love that Moroccan flair, add a pounded metal tray to the top
inexpensive Moroccan poufs or floor cushions to a room. Carved elements can be added to existing pieces via affordable wooden appliques — although the more ornate, the better.
Mix up materialsTeam burnt oranges with antiqued metals and natural woven fabrics to achieve the classic Moroccan look. The
Moorish tiles are widely used in Spanish and Moroccan interiors. These tiles are very colorful and geometric, and they can add tons of interest to your home. Look beyond your kitchen and bath to areas such
Moroccan tiles.
Moroccan ModernNatalie Fuglestveit Interior Design
Metalwork. Moroccan metalwork has been passed down from generation to generation, resulting in beautiful and intricate decorative accessories for the home. Metal mirrors, vases, lanterns, kettles and trays are just a few of the traditionally hand-crafted metal items that adorn Moroccan interiors. Get this
Metalwork. Moroccan metalwork has been passed down from generation to generation, resulting in beautiful and intricate decorative accessories for the home. Metal mirrors, vases, lanterns, kettles and trays are just a few of the traditionally hand-crafted metal items that adorn Moroccan interiors.Get this
this look: Don’t limit metal Moroccan accessories to the main rooms of your home. Sometimes it's easier to introduce new accents in less-used spaces. Swap out a plain bathroom mirror with a more intricate metal one. Include a Moroccan frame on an art wall, a metal serving tray to hold remotes or a cluster
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Open Living Room at Modern Moroccan inspired Estate in Palm Springs, CA ©2013 Ketchum Photography for House & Homes Palm Springs Home Staging
Love the Moroccan and Modern influences. Colors are great too!
Moroccan style: Vivid ocean or desert
I love this Moroccan influence.....bold accessories on all neutral background. I like the turquoise
choices. The colors embraced in traditional Moroccan interiors ranged from bold and brilliant to subtle and subdued. Most often the color scheme reflected either desert or ocean hues. It was common to see brilliant reds, oranges, greens and blues dominate the interiors, with a neutral or color-washed background
Southampton MoroccanLaura U, Inc.
Hi! Love this Moroccan project. Who is the manufacturer of the gold table lamp? Thanks!
Referencing:Laura U, Inc.Save to IdeabookEmail Photo "While there were no specific Moroccan interiors that we referenced, we did incorporate Moroccan motifs, textiles and materials throughout," Umansky says. She bought some special pieces through importers, while her
"While there were no specific Moroccan interiors that we referenced, we did incorporate Moroccan motifs, textiles and materials throughout," Umansky says. She bought some special pieces through importers, while her clients provided some of their own furniture and accessories.Lamp: Arteriors
White Brick MediterraneanJessica Helgerson Interior Design
2. Ethnic influencesIntroduce global style into your interior with intricately patterned flooring that exudes exotic appeal. Stick to the same theme (Moroccan-inspired interiors are particularly popular right now) while decorating the rest of your space, or take design
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
Hermosa Beach Mediterranean / Moroccan - Interior Design
Interior design by Studio Blu. www.studioblu.net Luke Gibson Photography www.lukegibsonphotography.com
Moroccan design, turquoise with salmon accents, wall
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Love the Moroccan look
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Hermosa Beach Mediterranean / Moroccan - Interior Design
Interior design by Studio Blu. www.studioblu.net Luke Gibson Photography www.lukegibsonphotography.com
Moroccan table
Moroccan LanternsChristine FREY
You can light several Moroccan lanterns along the stairs or put only one on a table in a lounge or terrace to give a magic touch.
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Hang a lantern on a stand to add a lovely moroccan touch to your garden or terrace.
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