11 Ways to Turn Your Home into a Moroccan Oasis
We’ll always have Paris, but as far as home decor goes, we’re all about Morocco right now. From pretty poufs to hand painted rugs, bringing Moroccan style into your space is all about the details. Mix authentic finds from the souk (open-air marketplace) with globally-inspired pieces from the web to easily attain the Moroccan oasis of your world-traveling dreams. And remember, this home trend is all about personalization! Here are 11 ideas to get you started on that much anticipated re-dec.
1. Marrakech Curtain: Let’s ease into this. These patterned curtains are a great stepping stone; especially when paired with vibrant cushions and throws. You can pick up a similar set at Anthropologie for $88. (via Houzz)
2. Moroccan-Inspired Tiles: Intricate and colorful tile patterns are the first thing we think of when it comes to Moroccan design. We love this bright blue take, especially to brighten up a room that doesn’t get much natural light. (via The Kitchn)
3. Moroccan-Style Table: This bright Brit Pick tablescape makes us want to take a seat and chow down on some tagine. Luckily, you can do just that with this table-building tutorial and a good takeout place. (via Camille Styles)
8. Lattice Wood Screen: As much as we’re lusting over the open-floor-plan trend (yay sunlight!), sometimes you need to divide a space to make it more functional. A Moroccan-inspired wood screen does just that, while also serving as an artistic focal point. (via Style Me Pretty)
10. Moroccan Mosaic Bookshelves: As much as our inner librarians are cringing at the thought of bent books, there’s something beautiful about these geometric bookshelves. Maybe it’s time to learn some carpentry? (via Tanargan)
11. Moroccan Garden Patio: Inspired by Yves St. Laurent’s Jardin Marjorelle in Marrakech, the structure and abundance of greenery on this patio are inspiring us to pour a glass of wine and commune with nature. (via Elle Decor)
Know of any great local souks to source your Moorish decor? Let us know where we should plan our next roadtrip! Otherwise, we’ll be tracking plane tickets to Fes.