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Moroccan home décor style resumes its former glory as one of the most popular interior design trends this season. While Moroccan style was mostly used as an inspiration for architectural purposes a few years back, this year, its warmth, texture, and intricate patterns are also dominant features of home decor. If you like this kind of aesthetics, it’s worth mentioning that you can easily transform your own interior in a Moroccan-inspired way, even if you’re on a budget. If you want to learn more about introducing a touch of exotic Morocco style into your own home, keep on reading.
The main characteristic of Moroccan home interior involves bright colors, such as red, blue, orange, and green mixed with gold. Also, carved furniture pieces are a part of this interesting style. However, not everyone can replace their furniture. So, if you can’t find a carved coffee table even at the flea markets, focus on other details. Creating accent walls either with a contrasting paint or a wallpaper with Moroccan patterns can truly make a difference. Rearrange poufs and floor cushions around your coffee table and on the sofa to breathe in the Moroccan vibe to your living room. Moreover, various accessories, such as textured vases and exotic figurines would match this type of interior perfectly. A Moroccan-inspired rug is also a nice detail that can transform the feel of your living room.
You may think that there isn’t much that you could do in your bedroom. However, even if you can’t get a brand new Moroccan-like bed, you can use bed covers with exotic patterns and similar cushion covers to achieve the desired effect. What’s more, wooden wardrobes and cabinets can be spruced up by adding self-adhesive wallpaper to their doors. The mix of bold Moroccan patterns and natural wood works great together. Again, use gold and textured plant pots to add a touch of Moroccan feel. Also, you can introduce rugs and floor cushions in the same style if you really want to fill your bedroom with Moroccan details.
There’s a lot you could do in your kitchen, as well. For example, making your own backsplash with the same Moroccan-inspired vinyl wallpaper or tiles can be more than enough to achieve a completely new look. On the other hand, you don’t have to trouble yourself with your built-in cabinets and dining tables. Simply place a decorative metallic (preferably gold) oval plate as a centerpiece on your table. By adding some exotic fruit, you can definitely see the change. If you’re up for it, you can include some other metallic details to accentuate the Moroccan design.
Essentially, Moroccan style that’s rich in vibrant colors and metallic details is always more compelling when paired with natural elements, such as wood and stone. Therefore, this trend can improve the look of any bathroom. For example, Moroccan-inspired bathroom tiles next to well-made stone baths, wooden cabinets and mirror frames can really zen up this space of your home. Of course, you can transform your bathroom even more by choosing some interestingly carved and designed metallic pots that can hold your beauty and bath essentials.
Lighting style is one of the major Moroccan interior concerns. Basically, an effective lighting solution with this particular style in mind can be used in every room of one’s home. This bit is definitely the most popular part of Moroccan style this year. Basically, you can find appropriate lanterns or even in order to achieve an exotic flare without even replacing your original lighting solutions. You can opt for wooden or metallic carved lanterns or simply create your own design on the regular light shades.
There’s no need to renovate your entire home in order to get the Moroccan-inspired interior. The mix of modern and exotic is the key piece of this trend. In that respect, feel free to jazz up your modern interior with effective details, such as lanterns, rugs, cushions, plates, pots, figurines, and other accessories. What’s more, you can easily create a Moroccan vibe by decorating your walls with some wallpaper, paint, and tiles.