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Marrakech Modern: Bring A Touch of Morroco to Your Home

Defined by an exotic sense of opulence, intricacy and grandeur, there’s nothing quite like Moroccan interior style. Influenced by its melting pot of cultures, Morocco’s architectural and interior style is distinctive, rich and undeniably sensual.

Moroccan interior design elements

If you’re looking to incorporate elements of Marrakech-inspired interior design, diving into Morocco’s rich and intricate patterned decor is a good place to start. Often featuring the classic ‘ogee’ shape or mandala-look patterns, the tiles and decor of Moroccan homes are distinct in style and bold in colour.

Rich hues of red, orange and blue, vintage-look rugs, ornate timber furnishings, stained glass pendant lights and lush greenery – are all standard interior design elements in Moroccan homes.

Naturally, the impossibly high ceilings, archways and patterned tiles aren’t necessarily designed elements that you can weave into your home – unless you happen to be looking for a new pad in Casablanca. However, there are plenty of ways you can dust some Moroccan charm into your space.

Moroccan style rugs

Although there is plenty of Moroccan styles, vintage-look rugs on the market, you can’t beat a real vintage Moroccan rug. These stunning authentic Moroccan rugs are sourced from the Middle Atlas mountains and are sure to add some Marrakech charm into any space.

Art and mirrors

Another achievable yet effective way to bring some Moroccan interior style into your home is to decorate your walls with Moroccan inspired prints and wood ornate mirrors.

Cushions and throws

Bring in warm hues and bohemian prints with Moroccan style cushions and throws. These cushion covers from Surprise Sales are a perfect touch of texture and warmth to add to any lounge or armchair.

Moroccan pendant lights

In complementing the bold prints, colours and textures of the stereotypically Moroccan-style home you’ll also need some gentle and atmospheric pendant lighting. In terms of style, teardrop pendant lights are a must for a Moroccan inspired look.

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