2,502 set 6 Mediterranean Products
Moroccan tea glasses are perfect for all occasions. Use them as wine tumblers (I love filling them with sparkling rosé), water glasses or mint tea vessels. They come in a variety of colors, so you can customize them to your decor or event. My favorites are the gold and silver metallics.
Moroccan tea glasses are perfect for holding individual cuts of flowers, and they come in a variety of colors. They don’t take up a lot of space, making them perfect for tabletop vases during dinner parties. I love these in jewel tones.
These are beautiful coasters, and I feel they can bring any decor down to earth and root it in beautiful warmth.
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.
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.
This gorgeous chandelier is crafted from reclaimed French oak wine barrel staves and hoops. It has a timeworn classic European look and will add nice aged wood to your decor.
This exotic chair's intricate bone inlay gives it so much beauty that you only need one. Using a set for dining or even in a pair would be too much; a single one as an occasional chair in your living room or bedroom will let this stunner shine.
Now the Ikat craze has hit the sheets. The bedsheets, that is. This intricate pattern is a nice surprise when one pulls down one's duvet cover – showing them off is a great excuse to leave the bed unmade! * Sheet set includes one flat sheet, one fitted sheet and two pillowcases * Pillowcase...
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'm so wild about quatrefoil patterns that I dedicated an entire ideabook to them. While this rug comes in a lovely and more neutral palette, I'm most drawn to this yummy and rich eggplant shade.
Dress your table with beautiful Italian glass and dress your salad the old fashioned Italian way - with oil and vinegar.
Hang a set of four openwork panels with scroll designs on your wall. Each grille features different patterns with small olive berries, leaves and scrolls.
The deep tangerine Mekissa sofa is ornamented with patterned fabric and finished with wooden silver and carved Moorish artwork. It's a luxe patio topper for warm summer nights around the fire pit.
Orange Mekissa Bench Set
This is such a fun pattern! The simple color scheme and the ornate print would make for a fantastic headboard.
Living and family rooms need candlelight too! These ornate little votive holders have a touch of the exotic. Pick up one of those big bags of tealights at IKEA to go with it so your friend will be able to use them every night for at least a year.
I love these plates inspired by antique hand-painted ceramics with a Mediterranean blue palette. Don't worry though, they are made of BPA-free melamine that won't shatter.
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.
These cool blue plates can go coastal or global. Personally I like the idea of a mostly white tablescape with the big punch of color and pattern coming from these.
These crisp geometric shams will add a bit of exotic flair to your bed. They look fab with a plain white duvet or the matching Syrie duvet cover.
Classic Coca-Cola tumblers are a great way to bring a retro vibe to your outdoor party. They are also double lined to ensure your drinks stay cool twice as long.
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.
I love the subtle bluish hue of this pair, along with their simplicity. They are the perfect addition to any summer tablescape.
We are genuine floor nuts-too many people ignore them in their homes when they can deliver a sense of time and place like few other materials or design features. Antique limestone simply screams Mediterranean country style, I'd love to have it underfoot in my kitchen or throughout a country home.
I'd toss this throw pillow onto a glider or rocker to help give an eclectic vibe to a nursery. The primary color combination works well for a boy or girl.
The Moroccan trellis kind of looks like quatrefoil, doesn't it? I love this rug in navy. Unfortunately, there is nothing navy blue about my home's decor. Le sigh.
Coral is one of my favorite springtime colors, and I love covering a lighter-weight duvet with a fresh cover like this one.
This is a unique yet functional way to store your special wine bottle corks — perfect for a wine cellar setting.
Wine Barrel Cork Cage
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