Designer Genevieve Gorder created her lovely transitional master suite using a soft, airy color palette on HGTV's Genevieve's Renovation. Antique Moroccan doors lead into a dreamy walk-in closet, and a light gray marble fireplace creates a stunning focal point in the room. A white media table balances a weathered dresser on the other side of the fireplace, which is a practical way to include a television in the room's design without making it the focus of the space.
To create a functional living space conveying a love of cooking, art, and life in general, the designer drew inspiration from the homeowners’ private collection: a stunning Moroccan antique door from a trip to Marrakesh.
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.
Notice how the master bathroom echoes certain elements from the bedroom: the broad archways, the Moroccan-style border around the doors, the unexpected patterns. In turn, these separate spaces look cohesive.
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.
This small bathroom's white vanity with lantern doors is the room's focal point, answering the homeowner's request for Moroccan flair. The skylight and white marble backsplash help the space feel more light and open.
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.
A warm color palette of golds and dark wood sets the tone for this Moroccan-inspired guest bedroom. A tufted upholstered bed, modern ceiling fan and pendant lights play up the grandeur of the space, while double doors open to a private balcony.
Designer Katie Ridder's eclectic "zam zam room" is filled with a collection of items she found with her husband on their various trips together. An Indian fabric panel found in Paris frames the door and sets the stage for the red, blue and yellow palette captured in the Moroccan rug. The fireplace was first mirrored and then layered with Moroccan mosharabi lattice panels.
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.
Large scale sliding doors open up to create the ultimate indoor/outdoor dining experience. Neutral stone seamlessly goes from one space to the other, while a sophisticated Moroccan chandelier adds a touch of glamour. Paisley-printed chairs combine with leather chairs to surround a polished stone table.