7,813 moroccan lamp Dining Design Photos

Shannon Malone
Dining Room
Ideabooks1,945
Questions5
Moroccan Windows
Windows and lamp shade
Moroccan windows!...Nice lamp
“Clean lines. Gorgeous.” — annat553
Digs By Katie | Katie Leede & Company
Venice Canals
Ideabooks670
Questions2
Where did you get the table lamp and the ceiling fixtures?
Lamp from Artemide and the Moroccan chandelier from Liza Sherman in NYC
Electric mixing - Lamp
Moroccan chandelier
“Chairs” — adoriean
Greg Riegler Photography
1 Review
Fort Morgan Beach Home
Ideabooks6,746
Questions11
How do I create a Moroccan theme
start with Moroccan accents like poufs and pillows are key ...
white lamps...Two lamps
“Crown” — Missel Anguiano
Brian Dittmar Design, Inc.
Presidio Heights traditional
Ideabooks3,727
Questions14
Who makes the buffet lamps? How tall are they?
Where are the lamps on the side board table from?
Love the buffet lamps…any idea where they were purchased?
buffet with mirror and pair of lamps
Like the lamps on the side table
I like the centerpieces and lamps.
mirror and two lamps over buffet
Interesting idea to use two lamps.
“BM paint” — muphd
ABRAMS
American Modern Thomas O'Brien
Ideabooks1,481
Questions4
The frost moroccan glass with black frame
chairs and a Noguchi lamp, American classics from the same time period. The mix of textures and materials — wood, fiberglass, paper — gives this room life.
In addition to floor and table lamps, Noguchi also looked overhead to ceiling lights. This large hanging lantern (Ceiling Lamp Model L3) stands up
“Colours of furniture” — ingx2
VSP Interiors
Dorset Stable Conversion
Ideabooks482
Questions2
“The collection started off with majolica pieces from Spain, but it’s grown over time. There are some Moroccan, German and Italian plates now — anything works as long as it’s green
wall celebrate her favourite colour – green. ‘The collection started off with majolica pieces from Spain, but it’s grown over time. There are some Moroccan, German and Italian plates now – anything works as long as it’s green!’ says Henriette. The wallpaper is Marlowe Floral in Sterling by Ralph Lauren
the wall celebrate her favorite color — green. “The collection started off with majolica pieces from Spain, but it’s grown over time. There are some Moroccan, German and Italian plates now — anything works as long as it’s green,” says von Stockhausen. The wallpaper is Marlowe Floral in Sterling by Ralph
“colours and themed plates” — littlered1990
Bob Greenspan Photography
11 Reviews
Remodel Rewind
Ideabooks340
Questions1
chairs and lamps
Moroccan style lights
Moroccan lighting
“Table color” — Izzie Reyes
Myriam Payne
3 Reviews
Moroccan Dining Room
Ideabooks12,522
Questions15
i want to know where the lamp is from too! it's so cool!
Moroccan Dining Room
moroccan lantern
“Wall color” — zeny1720
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