To bring the Moroccan inspired decor to the couple's four seasons porch, designers blended rich fabrics and textures. The ceilings are covered in a rich, stained wood that complements the other furniture in the space. Thick cushions add a luxurious, Moroccan feel to the space, while bold, blue accent pillows bring warmth into the space. In the rear of the room, a small, distressed hookah bar adds character and charm to the design while complementing the blue and cream patterned light fixture hanging from the ceiling. To complete the design, light, airy curtains adorn the windows tying the space together.
Bring the cozy, relaxed look of Moroccan interiors into your home with carved wood tables and ottomans. With fascia detail referred to as fretwork, these beloved pieces can be grouped together for an eclectic, well-traveled look.
This family rooms features a bold mix of African textiles and an orderly, comfortable mood. The rug in this room is Moroccan, and the storage console is filled with woven baskets, to keep clutter in check. A mix of family photos and wall art decor lend a personal touch.
Details such as soft neutral textures, a fun Zebra print pillow, a Moroccan wedding blanket pillow and some greenery make this modern living room feel fresh and inviting. A black support beam adds a cool, industrial detail to the clean, white space. The tall, built-in shelves allow for decor display while keeping the room open and uncluttered.
In the hallway leading to the bedroom, even more art awaits. Much like the map of Paris in the kitchen, large metallic lanterns are mementos from the couple’s wedding. Tanika kept the Moroccan pieces for use in the home, pairing them with a 200-year old, hand-painted Chinese chest. The oversized Scrabble pieces set above, also began as part of the wedding decor, spelling out the couple’s initials. The combination of modern metallics with vintage global wares is a hallmark of Tanika’s style and one of the secrets to her beautiful home.