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Moroccan style, interiors in Moroccan style

Moroccan style originated in the era of colonial conquest. This style is a blend of European and North African traditions. Moroccan style thus gives some scope for decorators, artists and designers.

Characteristic features of the Moroccan style - the finest wood carving, textured stucco (usually white) on walls, stucco and mosaic tile.

Also in the Moroccan style interior designers usually use a large number of niches in the room in which there are candles, books and engravings. Furniture is mainly made from Lebanese cedar and thuja inlaid with mother of pearl and. Moroccan style in interior design emphasizes the abundance of oriental handmade rugs, lots of pillows on the sofa and rollers, as well as the presence of: vases, hookahs, chests, brass pots, lamps with stained glass inserts in the Oriental style of pottery, jewelry boxes, decorated, plenty of lights with stained glass inserts

Colours, which are usually used in Moroccan interior designs: white, red, blue and red, green and terracotta. If you want to create a cozy and refined exoticism of the interior of your home, try to use the Moroccan style, and you will not be disappointed.

Moroccan style in interior design:

lamp in moroccan style
lamp in moroccan style


Living  Room in Moroccan style
Living Room in Moroccan style


Bedroom in Moroccan style
The bedroom in Moroccan style


Bedroom in Moroccan style
The bedroom in Moroccan style


Bedroom in Moroccan style
The bedroom in Moroccan style


Sofa in Moroccan interior
Sofa in Moroccan interior


Moroccan styled interior design
Moroccan styled interior design


The bedroom in Moroccan style
The bedroom in Moroccan style


Billiard in a Moroccan style
Billiard in a Moroccan style


Stairs in moroccan interior
Stairs in moroccan interior