679 exotic Moroccan decor Eclectic Home Design Photos

Laura U, Inc.
11 Reviews
Southampton Moroccan
be easy to build a decorative frame around a book case to get this Moroccan style
Wow, I didn't realize how much I liked Moroccan until I saw this home.... =)
15. Add Moroccan flair. Inspired by iconic places like Majorelle Garden, interior designer Laura Umansky used shapes and repeating geometric patterns to bring an exotic bohemian Moroccan look to this Texas townhouse. Thanks to the unique millwork,
Umansky and team designed built-ins with woodwork that includes exotic curves and laser-cut panel inserts. Perforated hammered-tin lanterns hang overhead. Panel inserts: Custom Mouldings
1. Architectural details. Traditional Moroccan architecture is shaped by centuries of cultural and religious influences
“The book shelves with the seating area at the sids” — dendi
Laura U, Inc.
11 Reviews
Southampton Moroccan
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)
to the new Moroccan style. "We loved them and thought they brought a bit of rustic ambience," Umansky says.
Sleep in this custom-made canopy bed and you may feel like you are overnighting in Northern Africa or the Southern Mediterranean. It creates the illusion of being in an exotic port with its
“Bed. Could be custom made.” — brokerkoser
Becky Harris
The Parker Palm Springs/Becky Harris
Moroccan Beni Ourain carpets
Moroccan Beni Ourain carpet
beni ourain Moroccan rug
1. Trendy yet classic. Moroccan Beni Ourain carpets have been spotted everywhere from Houzz to the Parker Palm Springs hotel (shown here), and the trend shows no sign of slowing. In fact, this "trend" has been going
LOVE decor...Moroccan rug
“wall piece for above bed” — beteinspiredspaces
Erika Everett Design
Inspiriation Exploration
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.
Moroccan Poufs & a furry carpet
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 footrests. They are both exotic and modern
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
“harita!” — juliadream_
Laura U, Inc.
11 Reviews
Southampton Moroccan
What a gorgeous room ! Hi tgiotti, still interested in Moroccan lamps ? We have a selection of Moroccan , Egyptian, Indian pendant lights very similar to the one in that might work perfectly for you. ( please see picture ) Give us
neutral walls, colorful decor. Moroccan inspired
Coffee table Moroccan vibe
Moroccan mirror and console
Enjoy Moroccan motif.
Southampton Moroccan
Moroccan pendant lights
moroccan, simple...Moroccan lighting...moroccan lantern...Moroccan Lanterns
“Awesome accessories. I love all of them. I think I would like a dark hardwood floor instead of tile” — Olivia Manzo
Lucy Interior Design
9 Reviews
Moroccan Lounge
Hello, this is a lovely room. Are the arches a decorative wood applique that was added? Any idea where I would be able to find it? Thanks.
Again I like the Moroccan theme
The blue Moroccan bathroom downstairs is one of Penfield's favorite spaces in the house; it was inspired by a recent trip to Marrakech. "The hunt-and-gather process for furniture is my favorite," she says. "I love to pull from travels — hence the Moroccan-inspired tile wall. I had just returned from
I love the use of Moroccan-inspired arches in this vanity design. The crisp white vanity feels modern and fresh against the dark tiles. Notice how mysterious the lamps feel
“brilliant sink design” — cmaxine8
Linda Medina Interior Design
Eclectic Bathroom
This guest bath won San Diego Home and Garden Magazine bath of the year award. The 1970's bath was completely remodeled to create an eclectic exotic mix of Moorish, India, Indonesian, Asian and Spanish styles. The bath reflects the individual style of its Cosmopolitan owners.
The warm woods cool tile in sink lighting fixtures kind of exotic looking
Trend 2: Exotic destinations. With emphasis on the uniqueness of the region and rich, organic hues, this trend has a style-without-borders attitude. Identifying your ancestral roots and incorporating them into your home establishes a connection with your predecessors and instills a sense of reverence
“Project” — Lias Lebkiri Nya
Bohemian Apartment Bathroom with Moroccan Tiles
Bohemian Apartment Bathroom with Moroccan Tiles
I love love love the look of this bathroom. I ordered a similar sink for my moroccan-tiled laundry room, and I want to do the same faucet. It looks like it might be awkward to use. Can you comment on that?
Looks like Moroccan cement tile. Mosaic House in NYC has this same pattern/tile called Snowbank on their website: http://www.mosaichse.com/cement48.html.
great use of tiles, unique mixture of modern + moroccan
i like the decorative idea behind the wash basin
vibrant Moroccan cement tile backsplash that reaches all the way under the sink.Medicine cabinet: Restoration Hardware; sink: Gilford, Kohler; light: Bilux Sconce, Fabulux
Just a single waterfall-like strip of Moroccan tile adds color and life to this neutral, modern bath.
“Sink” — hansoncarmen
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