Golden Rules for a Moroccan interior style

Moroccan Interior Style is rich and exotic in details, shapes, colors, and mixtures. It's a combination of different cultures, religious beliefs, and hand made traditions passed on through the centuries.

Moroccan arches

Arches are used in almost every aspect of a Moroccan house! Whether it is doors, entrances, windows or niches. Select between the two types of arches that define the shape of Moroccan architecture. The horseshoe arch is a protector against the evil eye, while the Moorish arch is an evocation of Roman architecture.

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Magic carpets, or berber carpets

Give your roof the company of a storyteller! Moroccan carpets carry messages rooted in Berber rural life. Motifs and symbols encrypt stories of fertility, sexuality, survival, protection, and the natural world.


Geometric patterns or floral motifs

Let the authentic Moroccan tiles cover your walls, floors and surfaces! Avoiding the use of human or animal images as per Islamic beliefs, the arabesque and geometric patterns accentuate the romanticism of any Moorish interior.


Desert and sea reflected in the color scheme

Make sure that gold and turquoise dominate the interior tones! Each color holds its symbolism, so mixing them is an art of alchemists.Color range:


Arabesque shades

Bring to your home the exquisite art of Moroccan lightning. The lanterns' uniqueness lays in the projected geometric shapes that create patterns giving your room a sensual feel.


Rustic and colorful furniture pieces

Let your furniture be the prominent painting among the framed canvases. Moroccan furniture is a mixture of colors, shapes, textures and textiles. Combine them and get a colorful look.


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