Having various ethnic cultural influences, Morocco is an appealing country with social, cultural and topographic elements of great interest. It represents a flawless blending of the different styles embodied within it and it is a region of high contrasts that develop dramatic décors. The Atlantic Ocean, the Mediterranean Sea, the mountains, the desert and the neighbour countries exerted a big influence upon this mysterious and intriguing land that became in time a genuine African heritage.
If you want to turn your home into a special and exotic setting that will serve you as your personal recreation oasis, then the Moroccan style will do the job because, when it comes to define a decorating style, everyone wishes to accomplish an original and unpredictable one.
The Moroccan’s trademark stands in its color palette, considering the nature inspiration elements existing within it, such as sea waves and sun rays. The color range specific to this style is a bold, energetic one with refreshing colors like red, navy blue, green, turquoise, gold and yellow. These colors have plenty inspiring nature influences and have various uses, from painting the walls to decorating furniture pieces and accessories, developing a genuine atmosphere.
The interior spaces gather a wide series of patterns and textures, but the visual impact is tempered by the simple furniture lines. These extremely low elements are generally painted in dark tones and are made either of carved hard wood or of wrought iron. The sofas have low back rests and arms and are made of luxuriant fabrics, making rich use of decorative cushions with highly enriched patterns. At the same time, the usual armchairs have been replaced with large scale pillows that complete the color scheme with matching patterns and motifs.