If you’re looking to bring an exotic yet elegant feel to your bedroom, you should consider the elegantly mysterious elements found in Moroccan style décor. The exotic nature and vast assortment of patterns and colors found in Moroccan furniture and accessories make it a popular choice for designers. A Moroccan themed bedroom looks gorgeous and very comfortable. Be as creative as possible.
Rendering by Alexander Nesterov for architects Lebedeva Ekaterina and Finogenova Vera.
Elegand Moroccan bedding set by Bliss Living Home.
Cher’s Moroccan themed bedroom decorated by Martyn Lawrence Bullard.
Vibrant colours – such as cerise pink and lime green – pop against an aubergine-coloured backdrop. Delicate detailing in pressed-metal furniture and hanging lamps is picked up in appliqued bed linen and a pretty stenciled border to pull the scheme together.
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Traditional Moroccan interior design style brings crafty Moroccan lamps and skilfully carved wood elements for Moroccan furniture, doors, windows and mirror frames decoration.
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Strong color for Moroccan style bedroom.
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Ryad Dyor, a modern moroccan ryad. The traditional courtyard building is over 300 years old, but it’s been updated with modern grays, browns, and ochres. Intricate patterning is everywhere in Marrakech, and the Ryad Dyor has its fair share, but for every lacy, detailed metal grill there’s an open expanse of blank wall — in other words, the designers were careful to balance traditional influences with modern sensibilities. There’s also a nice mix of African and European furnishings, textiles, and accessories.
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When you enter a bedroom with a Moroccan theme, you feel as if you’ve been transported into a completely different environment. This is because once you adopt a Moroccan style in your bedroom, it transforms it. And the rich and bold colors make it look really exotic. Here are some valuable ideas you can use to create a Moroccan-inspired bedroom.
Choose bold colors such as reddish-orange, yellow, saffron, deep purple and cobalt blue. But you need to create a balance with colors of sand, camel or coffee. Create texture on the walls. You can create a texture on the walls by combining sand and paint. If you are conservative, you can use a brighter color on a single wall.
Use airy, lightweight fabric in rich colors or use gauzy fabrics as drapes. If the walls have colors like saffron yellow, marigold orange or rustic red, choose fabrics with a lighter tone but the same rich color. Make sure the curtain filters light but does not obscure it.
Let blankets, duvet covers, sheets and comforters match or create an offset to the chosen color theme. Add stripes, patterns or fringe to your bedding. Use tones of turquoise, exotic orange or poppy red. Add embroidered silk throws with a Moorish pattern.
The hardwood floor can be partially covered using woven Kilim or Persian area rug. Add some floor pillows or cushions with orange kilim colors, rustic reds or embroidered silks.
Lighting sets the mood in Moroccan décor. Replace the bed lamps with Moroccan candle lanterns. Hang a chandelier with a tinted resin bowl at the middle of the ceiling. Place a mirror, framed with metal, at a strategic place. It will bounce of the light and fill the room with a warm glow.
Choose carved dark wood for chests, dressers, chairs and benches. Get a painted headboard with Moroccan design that blends with color of other pieces of furniture. Bed frames can also be given arches and intricate carvings.
Those are some Moroccan bedroom ideas that you can apply to create a really exotic atmosphere in your bedroom. Do you have any other Moroccan-inspired ideas?