Morocco – the country located in Nothern Africa – was always associated with luxury and romantic. It is extremely diverse in all its manifestations, and the interior design made in Moroccan style reflects this diversity so rich with cultural traditions and history.
Moroccan design is characterized with complex carving, arch windows and doors, exquisite colored textile and unique ethnic prints. So if you’re tired with the interior overloaded with pink-golden mix, clumsy patterns and huge amount of tasteless accessories, think about Moroccan style.
Moroccan style in the interior seems to be very expensive procedure but switch your imagination and take some time to do authentic decor. The Internet is full of various websites offering ideas for any house and any budget.
First of all, think not about furniture that can be truly expensive but about the elements with ethnic Moroccan prints. Try to follow black and white background to make your interior more modern looking. Here are some tips that can be useful for those who wish to have a room in Moroccan style.
Moroccan style implies using forged iron furniture and low pouffes upholstered in various textiles.
Great solution for your Moroccan interior will be a part of the wall of flooring embellished with tiles or mosaics with ethnic prints. You can even find furniture covered with mosaics.
Better keep the walls in neutral colors – white/rye/beige/sandy tones. The abovementioned bright tiles will look great against the neural background. Another original characteristic of this style is a wall finishing with a plaster effect. Make the walls rougher and more uneven and this will bring texture and character to your interior.
Woven tapestries on the walls are another element of Moroccan interior. They create truly authentic atmosphere. Large mirror also looks great on the wall.
As we said above, ligthing is very important for Moroccan style. And not only because it brings special atmosphere – craved shades cast amazing patters around. Choose lamps that can be hung on different levels. You can use colored glass shades or keep them in a single simple tone.