Who says a playhouse has to look like an English cottage? This tepee is easy and fun (and cuter, if you ask me).
The layered fabrics and texture in this room give it an exotic vibe, especially those suzani floor pillows and bright orange throws.
The Moroccan pouf has become an iconic piece in eclectic decor. It makes a perfect footrest and adds a touch of the casbah to this kids' room.
This is not exactly exotic, but it is also very Scandinavian. Colorful details against an all-white background are a dead giveaway.
There are subtle touches of the exotic in this otherwise traditional and subdued girl's room. The shape of the headboard evokes Middle Eastern architecture. The table lamps have a Moroccan filigree feel, and the mixed textures and patterns of the wall, bed and blanket give it a global lushness.
Here's one way to bring the world into the room: Stick the Taj Mahal on the wall. This nursery was designed specifically to inspire curiosity about the world.
Big Ben is in the same nursery. So is a richly colored MIddle Eastern patchwork rug.