7 basic to put a dose of Morocco in your home


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7 basic to put a dose of Morocco in your home


Embedded in the Mediterranean style decoration but with an accentuated character ethnic, Moroccan decoration is very topical and more and more interior designers are incorporating it into their designs, mixing it with objects or more contemporary furniture, to give an exotic touch to their spaces.

If you want to join the trend to get more space vibrant Y racial, we reveal the list of basics to get it:

1. A Moroccan carpet. There are many types of Moroccan rugs, from colorful boucherouites woven with a variety of materials, the minimalists Beni Ourain, the geometric and colorful Azilal or the Kilims Berbers of intense and vibrant colors. Whichever type you choose, a Moroccan rug will help you create a warm and cozy space under your feet.

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2. Moroccan leather pouffe. Not only do they provide additional seating in any space, but depending on what you choose, they will bring touches of light and color wherever you place them. You can choose between a wide variety of colors, natural leather and even more sophisticated finishes such as silver and gold.

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via Dar Amina

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via WoodnotePhotography

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3. Tray table. You can use the traditional tea tables as well as coffee tables or side tables. Its gleaming metal trays carved with arabesque motifs will bring brightness and exoticism to your space. In addition, they are very appropriate for small spaces because they usually come with removable legs and you can reuse the tray to decorate a shelf or other places.

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via Dar Amina

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4. Moroccan lamps / lanterns. For the ceiling we love the hanging star lamps. They are an excellent way to enrich an environment by adding brightness and character to the spaces, especially if you place them in unusual places such as on the sides of a bed or arranged in a group.

As for the Moroccan lanterns are one of the most recognized pieces of this type of decoration. Carved intricately in metals such as brass or copper, these pieces project the light in a hypnotic way around you whether you hang them from the ceiling or place them on the floor or on a shelf.

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via Laura U

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5. Moroccan wedding blankets or Handiras: Of Berber origin, the handiras are made by the women of the bride's family in the days leading up to the wedding, days during which, between sequins and sequins, all the secrets about marriage are revealed to the bride. Woven in pure virgin wool and neutral colors, will give the exotic point you are looking for a space whether you use them as a carpet, bedspread and even headboard.

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via The Cross

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via MMontague

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via MyDomaine

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6. Moroccan motives. Motifs such as stars, trellises or patterns inspired by traditional Moroccan pottery can always be easily incorporated through wallpaper, stencils or textiles if you do not consider a short-term reform.

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via Emily Henderson

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7. Cushions with Berber motifs. The most versatile and economical option to incorporate a little bit of Morocco into our house. Cover a sofa or a bed with a set of contrasting Berber cushions and you'll get an ethnic and eye-catching look.

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via remodelista

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via HonestlyWTF

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What are you waiting for to join the trend? If we still have not convinced you, you can consult a larger selection of photos to inspire on our Pinterest board:


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