Stunning And Bold Moroccan Interior Style

If you want to make your house more stunning and make a statement, try Moroccan interior style.  The country of Morocco is located in Northwest Africa with coastlines along the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. The hot climate of this nation demands for an interior, which is inviting and has a cozy look. Due to the dry environment, Moroccan houses include pots of exotic plants as one of the items of interior designing.

Moroccan Interior Style Living Room

Moroccan Interior Style Living Room

There are several ideas that go with Moroccan interior style. Here are the ideas. First, develop a color palette. Include deep blues and purple, pale blues, dark reds and earthy browns, dusky yellows and leafy greens. Select two of the colors to serve as dominant colors and three to serve as secondary colors.

Bedroom Moroccan Interior Style With Two Wall Colors And Divider Headboard

Bedroom Moroccan Interior Style With Two Wall Colors And Divider Headboard

For the floors in Moroccan interior style, tile the floor using clay tiles. Use accent tiles with a bright, graphic pattern to create a pattern within the tile work. An alternative to tile work is wide-plank hardwood flooring stained a dark oak. You can hang soft sheers for the first layer of the window treatment.

Bedroom With Moroccan Interior Style

 Bedroom With Moroccan Interior Style

Add a second layer of fabric using full length panels in a lightweight fabric. Select panels with bright colors and intense graphic appeal and beaded trim. Top the window treatments with a wood cornice, carved in a broad scallop pattern.

Living Room Moroccan Interior Style

Living Room Moroccan Interior Style

Hang a wrought iron chandelier in the room. Add several wrought iron sconces on the walls. Add a large wool area rug with a distinctive graphic pattern and plush appeal. Build the seating area around this rug. For the furniture, it is mostly wooden. There are 1 – 2 sofas placed in the living room, and their tops are rectangular in shape. The table tops have tiles/mosaic designs over them. Copper or brass trays are used for holding food and beverages.