Morocco Home Style

Morocco Home Style Get away from the pressure and relax in a comfortable and soft Moroccan decor with these few Moroccan decorating ideas for your lounge and living room! Moroccan décor is known for its relaxing environment. To create the distinct Moroccan look, choose inviting sofas and tables set low to the ground. Moroccan sofas are usually made of leather, wooden or metal platforms.



A good Moroccan decorating tip to easily create a relaxing home interior is to place your Moroccan sofas or custom-made corner bed against the walls. This will provide you more space and will instantly set a comfortable tone to your living room! Don’t forget that your goal is to create an inviting seating area where your family and guests will want to pass a lot of time. For this, add to the room carved wooden chairs and benches, ottomans and leather poufs placed around tea or opium tables made from Thuja trees.
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How to: Create a Moroccan-themed Bedroom
Give a distinctive Moroccan look to your bedroom with these 4 useful decorating tips!

1. Choose warm colors To create a romantic and exotic atmosphere, start by painting your walls with natural rich colors such as deep purple, saffron gold, cobalt blue or warm cinnamon red. Don’t forget to balance these shades with earthy tones like brown or sand and to adapt them with the chosen accessories. For the ceiling, select a lighter shade that will contrast with the rich colors used on the walls but avoid white. The molding (doors, window frames, baseboards…) should also contrast with the ceilings and walls or match with them. Blue can be a good option for the doors because it’s considered as a good luck color in Morocco.


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2. Select carved wood and iron furniture You can rather adapt your existing furniture to give a Moroccan look by painting it in dark tones or buy new authentic one. Flea markets and garage sales are great places to find nice Moroccan pieces. Go for wrought iron or dark wood benches, chairs, tea tables and armoires painted with Moroccan motif. For your bedding, a headboard with oriental designs is a perfect choice!

3. Opt for airy fabrics for your windows Lightweight fabrics in warm or lighter shades are preferred to heavy drapes in order to let the light into your room.

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4. Choose exotic lighting Moroccan candles and lanterns will instantly give a beautiful Moroccan feel to your bedroom. Don’t hesitate to place mirrors on the walls to reflect the light! Henna lighting is also a popular choice in Morocco that will create an interesting mood.

5. Essential Moroccan Decor Accessories Here are five essential ones you should consider for any room of your home! Mirrors Mirrors are an essential accessory to include in your Moroccan decor, especially for the living room or the bedroom.