Moroccan architectural design and interiors showcases the country’s rich history through intricately carved archways and columns, exotic fine textiles in vibrant hues and geometric symmetry seen in doors and furniture. The seductive style adapts to modern, contemporary and traditional interiors. Opulent luxurious and global design, Moroccan style is a favorite of many interior designers. Architectural detail shaped by centuries of traditional Moroccan culture seen in cusped archways and keyhole doorways are some of the style’s most used elements.
Bold brilliant reds, vibrant oranges, lush greens and sapphire blues dominate the interiors, with a neutral background reflecting the rolling sand dunes of the desert or the brilliant Mediterranean ocean. Ornate carved furniture and silk upholstery are a must in Moroccan interiors. Brass cladded chests with camel motifs, or armoires with Arabic calligraphy, the green washed patina of the wood creates a mesmerizing story of the past. Cabinets with brilliant pinks and greens, contrasting with the brass, add in the rustic palace doors and the arched doorway, the opulent extravaganza blends well with muted walls.
Pashmina blankets and throws with beaded zardozi, silk curtains, gold trimmed sheer drapes spin tales of the Sheikhs and harems. Create spellbinding decor with hand embroidered bed throws and matching toss pillows. Dark wood carved armoires and coffee tables with brass and iron are resplendent in their contrast. Rustic dense carved woods and fine inlaid furniture, columns with stone bases and huge benches that are magnificently crafted from old oxcarts. Vivid imagination takes it a step further, using old palace doors as headboards, and a masterpiece bone carved dining table. Intricate detail and a mastery in color patterns, the inlaid bone chests and brass cabinets are a filled with beautiful artifacts.
Geometric symmetry is a must in architectural doors or columns as seen in stars, octagons, along with floral vine motifs and calligraphy. Apparent is the importance of numerology where as you see the 8 pointed star expanding into the 96 pointed ones as in the expansion of the universe, growth multiplied several times.Triple arches line up the courtyard and you enter through a beautiful colored teak door with old rustic patina. The traditional carvings and textures draw you into their old past, the energies multiplying with your lavish care and design. Beautiful serene gardens with a rustic daybed or bench, an old carved swing and brass planters, the setting is perfect for a romantic evening.
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