Jewel-tone fabrics draped loosely over the walls transform this game room into a lavish desert tent. Wood framing under the fabric allows fabric to be tacked on without sagging and allows for the AC and lighting to be run.
The Moroccan-inspired motif of the entry fountain is repeated in the pool tile, making the two spaces feel connected. The deep greens, rich browns and cool blues of the tile echo the colors of the landscape and tie the front garden and rear garden together as well.
Credits: Architecture: Koffka/Phakos Design; Landscape Contractor: New View Landscape; Pool/spa and Masonry: Darin Marten Construction; Metal Work: Salvador Delgado
Keeping with the Moroccan theme, designer Joe Human layered this eclectic outdoor space with bold patterns and faux greenery. Two wire chairs ensure that there's plenty of sitting room for guests, while blue and white pillows provide additional comfort.
A bright orange accent wall fits beautifully with the Moroccan-inspired design in this sitting room. A navy sofa creates contrast against the orange wall, while an area rug adds pattern and color to the space. Two neutral horseshoe-shaped chairs feature orange accents, fitting well into the color scheme.
Brass Moroccan lanterns add a glow to this guest bedroom that’s designed in shades of black and white. A golden mural adds a magical touch to the space, designed to be a romantic respite for couples. The color palette is further grounded by handwoven Moroccan rugs, featuring the popular diamond motif.
A timeless kitchen design in neutral and white features white cabinetry with mirrored doors, granite countertops and stainless steel appliances. The Moroccan tile backsplash is a lovely detail to complete the design.
The owner's affection for Moroccan details inspired the custom laser-cut aluminum cabinet door fronts in the kitchen of SPG Architects’ Murray Hill Townhouse in New York City. These details capture the essence of the Moroccan influence while still maintaining the modern visual and spatial language inherent in SPG's design.
Christopher Peacock designed this spectacular kitchen with a breakfast area, wood-paneled ceiling, two kitchen islands and elegant Moroccan-style silver pendant lights. French double doors lead out onto a terrace.
The owner's affection for Moroccan details inspired custom laser-cut aluminum screens, hand-carved Spanish cedar doors and special finishes that are woven through the interior of SPG Architects’ Murray Hill Townhouse in New York City. These details capture the essence of the Moroccan influence while maintaining the modern visual and spatial language inherent in SPG's design.
This Moroccan-inspired master bedroom features a custom-designed, upholstered bed with nailhead trim. HGTV Design Star contestant Danielle Colding revitalized an armoire by adding black lacquer and funky, one-of-a-kind hardware.
A room designed by Siham Mazouz, author of “How the French Live,” includes a Moroccan carved wooden door that was turned into a table with industrial-style casters, along with two green sofas and various art.
An ornate Moroccan style mirror pops against the background of the beige wallpaper while complementing the subtle trellis design in the wallcovering. The subdued but substantial console table holds its own, as well.
Custom-designed, Pennville cabinets, combined with playful, Moroccan mosaic tile and exaggerated brackets and screens make this kitchen both modern and traditional.
The mosaic tile was found on a trip to Morocco and imported back home.