353 colors to paint a bedroom Mediterranean Products
This authentically styled blue and white planter has multiple personalities. You can use it on your kitchen counter to hold fruit, as a catchall for mail and keys in the foyer or for its original use as a planter filled with flowerpots or greenery.
Rectangular Paloma Planter
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This majestic wall sconce features two light fixtures, providing you with illumination from behind an elegant shade. A crown-like emblem on the top further enhances its regal presence.
Exotic Moroccan Style has been a favorite on Houzz this year, in spite of how horrible Sex and the City II was. These intricate hand-tooled metal lanterns cast beautiful patterns on the wall and a warm soft glow. They are not your typical pendant light!
In my opinion, you cannot go wrong with a blue and white trellis rug. It is absolutely classic and a piece you can continue to use well after a trend has passed.
I first spied these on design blogger COCOCOZY's porche when I was interviewing her for Houzz, and she was kind enough to let me know where to find them. These lanterns will add some exotic style and the glow of candlelight to your outdoor space.
These simple, beachy baskets are perfect for corralling all of your summer essentials in a well-trafficked entryway — from beach towels to sand castle molds, spare sunscreen and flip-flops.
Wallpaper made from natural patterns, like this Moroccan print made from grass cloth, will add dimension and a unique aesthetic to your space. I love this pattern and think it would work well with a multitude of design themes.
Moroccan Leather Poufs
The three-drawer Murano chest with tapered legs features figure-eight carved drawer fronts with a Giallo Prevenza marble top. The chest is also available with a wood top option.
For a hint of elegance and the exotic, consider this pillow as an accent to your child' bedroom. The sheen of the fabric helps showcase the cool Mediterranean colors that will look great in any space.
Why not dress your windows in a beautiful ethnic ikat pattern? Get the look of custom made drapes for a catalog price with these linen window panels from West Elm.• 55% linen/45% cotton.• Patterned with a diamond trellis motif inspired by ikat graphics.• Grommet top.• Coordinates with west elm...
These beautiful and colorful capiz shells will cascade from your trellis, arbor, or bedroom ceiling, bringing a beachy feeling with them wherever they go.
This is such a fun pattern! The simple color scheme and the ornate print would make for a fantastic headboard.
I really love the medallions on this rug, and the gray hue could work to anchor a nursery and elevate it to make it feel less baby and more plush. This is a rug that is sure to stick around once the room is no longer a nursery.
The stenciled and detailed walls in northern Africa are beautiful. Here is a similar design that reflects the architecture of Morocco and adds a pop of bold design to a space.
These light and lovely curtains will brighten any room, and that shade of blue never gets old for me.
I like the idea of swapping out curtain panels with the seasons. These panels would be a good option for locations that don't get much light during the cooler months. And the pattern is a good option for everyone!
This honed travertine tile in a random pattern is great for bathrooms, entryways, mudrooms and kitchens.
This chandelier is a great size for the price. A perfect fit for a dining room or large, vaulted ceiling family room.
These beautiful Moroccan-inspired ceramic trays will add a bit of personality to a bathroom counter or dressertop. Consider it for corralling baubles, bubble bath, or perhaps a group of candles.
Picture perfect and utilitarian, this Tunisian hand-painted tagine from Williams-Sonoma is too pretty to lock in a cabinet. Display it on some open shelving.
This geometric pattern has a touch of exotic modern flair. More subtle in this gray and cream palette, it also comes in a bold pink and purple colorway if you really want to amp things up.
Who wouldn't want a little Greek Isles inspiration in their own backyard? Cover your outdoor furniture in this sturdy fabric from Schumacher, and you'll feel transported in no time.
Oh how I love these darling little French ceramic trays. They are the perfect item to corral small bibs and bobs, or perhaps a slippery bar of soap next to the sink.
Salmon is such a gorgeous shade of pink and I love how it is paired with sand, taupe and green on this vintage floral fabric. I would paint a guest bedroom the sand color from the fabric and then use the fabric as curtains with green bedding — pretty!
Duralee Althea Salmon
A bold colored rug draws your eye to the ground and can be a great way to show off those exposed legs on your sofa. Inject your room with color and style with this handwoven wool and cotton rug based on motifs from Turkish tilework.
If Shabby Chic is your favorite style, these distressed Veneitan shutters-turned-room screen is for you! It will add an architectural detail to a room that may be suffering from boring drywall overload.
Kibak tile from Ann Sacks appeal to my obsession for anything with a pattern. The rich, saturated colors and and dense patterns are not for the faint of heart or the purist. These tiles are meant to be used as a field so the pattern is continuous - don't lose your nerve and only use them for...
Who doesn't want a pouf these days? These are perfect for kids to plop down on to read a book. Now you have a reason to order one: it will make your child read more!
Moroccan Leather Pouf
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