255 moroccan brass lantern Living Design Photos

SoCal Contractor
25 Reviews
Media Room
where are the cool moroccan lanterns from? do they have colored lights in them or are the laterns colored?
Hi Paigesowden, We do not provided this lamps but more than likely the lanterns have color beaded or glass work. We have a selection of Moroccan , Egyptian, Indian pendant lights very similar to the one in this picture that might work perfectly for you. ( please see picture ) Give us a call or send
Colours, lanterns and ceiling design feels like you're in a genie
“The ceiling! The lanterns!” — haciendaist
Wendy Black Rodgers Interiors
2 Reviews
Transitional Home
Moroccan theme for intimate space in media room
colors. Moroccan room
Now that's Moroccan!
moroccan theme...moroccan blue...Moroccan room...Moroccan feel...moroccan lantern
“vibrant colours and Moroccan theme” — Laura Kitt
Tom Stringer Design Partners
3 Reviews
Hyde Park Brownstone
royal moroccan bold colour cushions lanterns rattan
Colors, canopies, lanterns
my idea of Moroccan.
Lanterns, sitting space
MOROCCAN STYLE...Boho / Moroccan...Moroccan room...moroccan lantern
“Candles” — whiterabbitrage
"Home Redefined, Inside & Out" Servicing Northern Virginia
Maison Warehouse is a home furnishings & accessories showroom with unique finds to redefine your home inside and out, and three talented designers on staff to assist with all your design needs.
Artisan Books
Marrakesh by Design Morrocan Homes Maryam Montague
I love the white lamp or lantern
Create a Moroccan salon. Pair a low-slung couch with an eye-catching rug and a smattering of tea tables, then add floor cushions and poufs. Several hanging lanterns grouped as shown here also is a popular Moroccan design flourish.Tip: The walls and ceiling of this living room are covered in tadelakt
Design finds: Moroccan tray tables, floor cushions, poufs and paper lanterns.Try this at home: If your living room is feeling a little stuffy, try adding a touch of the souk — low furniture paired
inspiration from far-flung places. If you can't visit in person, look to books like Maryam Montague's Marrakesh by Design. It features this exotic Moroccan salon, which has relaxed seating on and not far off the floor.
“fireplace” — toriduke
Wendy Black Rodgers Interiors
2 Reviews
Transitional Home
I forgot to tell you about this deign website I've been using. I looked up Moroccan look what I found. You can ask questions about items in picture and read others.
Thanks! We created this Moroccan Wine Lounge for our client for her and her girl friends to chat and drink wine. She had recently been to Morocco and loved the influences.
Hello Polina Here at De-cor we carry a vast selection of Moroccan, Egyptian pendant lights. We have them in different design
“the color the design and ottoman” — Julie Boumehdi
Hsu McCullough
4 Reviews
Boise Residence
connecting lantern with 20ft long wood handrail to electrical wiring in the center of the ceiling
La lanterne dans un décor moderne
connects the lanterns to electrical wiring in the center of the ceiling. Both the coffee table and side table are made from folded steel. The brass sandpiper wall sculpture is a 1960s Curtis Jeré piece they bought in Palm Springs, California.
lighting- used 2 lanterns from a salvage
McCullough bought the matching pair of lanterns at a salvage yard. A 20-foot-long wood handrail wrapped in sisal connects the lanterns to electrical wiring in the center of the ceiling. Both the coffee table and side table are made from folded steel. The brass sandpiper wall sculpture is a 1960s Curtis
“the way the lanterns are wired” — bittybumble
Carson Poetzl, Inc.
3 Reviews
Carson Poetzl, Inc.
Wher can you buy the lanterns and cushions??
Whimsical patterns are stacked up to the ceiling ending with a view of Moroccan stars. The cobalt blue wall is no doubt inspired by the Mediterranean.
Where are these lanterns from?
Colors and moroccan style
Love the Moroccan theme
Moroccan chic...Moroccan colors...Moroccan vibe
“Frames instead of mirrors” — channboots
Carson Poetzl, Inc.
3 Reviews
Wine Lounge
Eclectic Moroccan feel; might be good for basement
The blue, the lanterns, the mirrors
This Moroccan-inspired ceiling picks up colors and patterns from all of the other elements in the room.
Moroccan details abound from floor to ceiling in this luxe lounge. The deep blue hue of the wall is unexpected but nicely balances the gilt finishes and ornate
patterns that are so prevalent in Asian and Indian designs. Try adding points of cultural interest in your home — think rich rugs, wood carvings, lanterns, and traditional motifs.
“The blue, the lanterns, the mirrors” — haciendaist
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