6,295 moroccan lamp Eclectic Home Design Photos

Blount Architectual and Interior Design
Blount Design
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low hanging moroccan lamp, cool turkish looking furniture.. wall colour, accent bowl on table
space and the lamp is cute...The carpet and the lamp....the lamp
“carpet” — melissagdakoff
Marisa Robbins
HGTV'd Home Office
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Turkish lamps!...Moroccan lamps
“chairs” — elockett
collagist
Bright Lounge
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Moroccan - lamp - spiral art
“INDIA” — rociolanda
indigo & ochre design
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Prospect Heights Brownstone
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Moroccan lamps
“Sofa color” — bibelmaus
Lucy Interior Design
10 Reviews
Moroccan Lounge
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The side lamps. Moroccan style Yet they are white and are hard to find.
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
furniture is my favorite," she says. "I love to pull from travels — hence the Moroccan-inspired tile wall. I had just returned from a two-week culinary adventure
I love the use of Moroccan-inspired arches in this vanity design. The crisp white vanity feels modern
modern and fresh against the dark tiles. Notice how mysterious the lamps feel with a hint of light shining through the lacy pattern.
Again I like the Moroccan theme
“Sink” — eeshyx
Incorporated
Bohemian Apartment Bathroom with Moroccan Tiles
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Bohemian Apartment Bathroom with Moroccan Tiles
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
Looks like Moroccan cement tile. Mosaic House in NYC has this same pattern/tile called Snowbank
Moroccan tile- not used like this, but as part of the back splash
single waterfall-like strip of Moroccan tile adds color and life to this neutral, modern bath.
A strip of Moroccan tiles helps to define the sink and
slate tiles in the guest bathroom act as a neutral shell to the vibrant Moroccan cement tile backsplash that reaches all the way under the sink.Medicine
slate tiles in the guest bathroom act as a neutral shell to the vibrant Moroccan cement tile splashback that reaches all the way under the sink.Medicine
“tile, sink although there is no storage!, apothecary medicine cabinet, light” — Jenni Gordon
Rebekkah Davies Interiors + Design
Den
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The lamp sure brighten the room. Shan Hill Design offer similar lamp. Here is the link you can check out the lamps and other
that lamp! It's very eye-catching, I think. It is no longer carried by the original vendor, but if you run a search for 'orange gourd table lamp' there
I'm sorry - the lamp is no longer available, but as you can see there are many similar styles
Lamp. Lamps are not just for light; they’re also an opportunity to play up your overall scheme. Have an old lamp that you feel is lacking
Invigorate a quiet space with a juicy, orange lamp. Going bold with accent lamps allows you the opportunity to experience color without making a big investment
Love the lamp. Where is it from?...the color of the base lamp
“Unfinished wood galore with a sheep fur throw pillow on a canvas chair. Orange lamp=bad taste, no ma” — sarahcwhitehead
AS you see it!
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Breakfast Point Apartment
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Moroccan-style wallpaper, designed by Napier and
the room light.9 Ways to Bring Moroccan Flavor to Your Interiors
The ethnic feel continues in the bedroom. Moroccan-style wallpaper, designed by Napier
The international feel continues in the bedroom. Moroccan-style wallpaper, designed by Napier and digitally printed, offers a soothing
keep the room light.Discover how to transform your living space into a Moroccan paradise
“Calming” — lashoop
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