Jade green walls create an luxurious backdrop to this eclectic living room. Part of a stunning mansion in Marrakech, Morocco, the living room boasts Moroccan style, tons of natural light and beautiful architectural details, like arched doorways and windows.
Neutral furnishings allow the accessories to pop in this comfortable and exotic family room. A blue shag rug anchors the room and provides texture, while custom wall art and a beautiful mosaic tile on the fireplace create a focal point. Throw pillows in a variety of colors and patterns tie the space together.
Painting the cabinets, walls and ceiling shades of white creates a fresh and neutral backdrop for pops of color in this open floor plan. Complementary to the large artwork, fabrics for the pillows, throws, dining chairs and ottoman's upholstery add color. The kitchen pendants and accessories tie the spaces together.
The highlight of this Moroccan style living room is its opulent, curved, burnt orange silk-covered sofa with coordinating gold and red pillows. The glass coffee table and bronze bowl filled with ornaments echo the sheen of the couch fabric.
A pair of weathered green garden urns act as coffee tables, adding a touch of character balanced by a traditional sofa. The large window has a striped valance that evokes a Moroccan feel along with other accessories.
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.
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.
Unique details in the living room of this home show off the personality of the homeowners. The bold colors of the throw pillows bring in a Moroccan flair, which is complemented by the architecture of the Arabic style bird cage. These details blend with contemporary furniture and traditional details to create a sophisticated, elegant space that is all their own.
This neutral cottage living room features vertical shiplap walls, white sofas, a clear acrylic console table, a midcentury modern parquet coffee table, and a Moroccan blue side table from Crate & Barrel.
An open living area is made cozier with the addition of a neutral rug and cozy white daybed with views of New York City's Lower East Side. Moroccan elements such as the Ikat fabric pillows and traditional pouf add a pop of color visual interest to the otherwise neutral space.