Textiles in jewel colors
The jewel colors are usually bright and eye-catching shades, which for many women resemble the most famous gemstones. It shimmers, shines and sparkles, actually also at home. The use of gemstone colors is a perennial trend in interior design. Because these shades are usually saturated and look very dynamic and pronounced. The most commonly used jewel colors are emerald green, amethyst purple, ruby red, topaz yellow, sapphire blue, tourmaline green and turquoise. The textiles on the walls and the ceiling in These enchanting shades turn this space into an exotic Moroccan tent. The typical Moroccan suspension lamp gives the ambience a mysterious touch with its interesting light-shadow-play. The lighting is an important part of the interior in Moroccan style. The typical light sources are handmade lanterns, wall sconces and candle holders with elements of colored glass.
Attention to detail
All the details in the Moroccan interior design are carefully crafted – from the lighting fixtures to the decorative tile patterns. Every single tile in this sumptuous bath was handmade in Morocco. The beautiful diverse colors of the tiles make remarkable shapes on the walls. The ceiling has interesting decorative elements that form whimsical shapes of light and shadow. An amber chandelier complements the absolutely Moroccan atmosphere in the room.
A striking tile mosaic is always a real eye-catcher in the room, this is actually a typical mark of Moroccan design. Such eye-catchers can be seen on the walls, but also on tabletops, the floor and numerous decorative elements. This traditional Moroccan art is known by the name of Zellij. Numerous small tiles form unique geometric shapes on large areas. For an exotic and meaningful appearance, you will cover the back of the kitchen and cover the floor with Moroccan tile patterns.
In an effortless way, you can create a cozy Moroccan atmosphere with a DIY pattern on a white background. Here, the simple white hearth with Moroccan shapes in black was decorated. The typical shapes are inspired by the tiles Zellij and create a dramatic Moroccan atmosphere in the living area. To realize this project at home you do not need to make big financial expenditures. Just bring your creativity and patience into play, and get some black paint and stamps in the shape you want (made from a potato).
The Moroccan furniture is very different from any other, but it is closely linked to national architecture. This gold-colored ladies’ room is a typical example of this. The intriguing rounded doors adorned with beguiling elements from Morocco take you into a completely different world, as if you were in Marrakech.