Wooden barstools boast curved, hand-carved details reminiscent of traditional Moroccan furniture adding a modern Mediterranean touch to this bar. Hand-stamped tiles introduce a Spanish style element that keeps with Mediterranean-inspired theme.
These young homeowners love to travel, so designers used the couple's travel as the inspiration for the colors and details of their home. The bold golds and reds used to accent the otherwise neutral color palette nod to an Indian or a Moroccan style, while the details, such as the piece of coral and the amethyst geode photographed here bring the couple's love for global galavanting to focus in the design of their home.
This guest bedroom was transformed from a once run-of-the-mill space to a sophisticated and streamlined, yet completely functional room. With the gold wallpaper being the star of the rooms Moroccan influenced style. Blues and golds bring in a playful aesthetic while the white accent pieces bring in a level of sophistication.
A canopy poster bed, fashioned from mindi wood with Parson-style posts and a horizontal planked headboard, serves as the room's focal point. A Moroccan-inspired area rug in a neutral shade anchors the space.
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.
Designer Melissa Salamoff gave this galley kitchen Moroccan tile features that are reflective of the overall Spanish-style home. The arched mosaic tile backsplash over the stove echoes the arched doorway leading into this kitchen.
Cobalt-blue Moroccan-inspired rugs line this transitional hallway, adding color and style to the neutral space. The rugs also help to soften the hardwood floors, ensuring the space feels inviting and homey.
This Santa Barbara-style home design in Corona del Mara mixes Spanish architecture, a few Moroccan accents and a bit of contemporary. Well-planned landscaping creates beautiful curb appeal and entryway to the home.
The careful selection of accessories and details is what makes this lovely Craftsman-style sitting room stand apart. The pale gray graphic prints on both the large artwork and fireplace surround tie in with the Moroccan-inspired pendant lamp.
Moroccan details mix with transitional elements, creating a modern-Mediterranean style bar that's bright and airy. A navy blue quartz countertop anchors the all-white space. Glass pedant lights and a stone accent wall help define the space from the living room.
Colorful indoor outdoor pillows bring tropical colors into this relaxing space. Moroccan lanterns and breezy curtains carry on in tropical style, while woven patio furniture invites guests to linger under the ceiling fan. Window screens keep out the bugs, making this a true oasis.
Crafted in hammered bronze, adorned with gold flake and Murano style mouth blown glass details, the chandelier holds eight golden candelabras. At the ends of sprawling ruby red ribboned arms, clear, glass covered builds flicker above the table below. A Moroccan-inspired Siamese chaise rests elegantly in the corner.
This view with the doors open shows the interior of the closets, styled as a secret play space for kids with round white embroidered Moroccan poofs with a hand stitched floral design and assorted throw pillows for comfort. Two chrome flush mount light fixtures with brilliant red shades inside the closet provide lighting.
The navy blue waterfall edge countertop frames the beautiful blue-and-white hand-stamped tile on the bar. Wooden barstools with nailhead details have a modern Moroccan look that enhances the Mediterranean-inspired style of this bar area. A stone accent wall adds texture and interest to break-up the all-white walls and ceilings.
Fresh pink patterned drapery, a stunning wool Moroccan area rug and a modernized mantel make this living room a happy and elegant conversation space. Originally a colonial style mantel, the new look was achieved with drywall and beautiful bright white plaster, which reflects natural light into the room and creates a fresh and modern feel. Designers emphasized the area with a chocolate brown accent wall above. Flanking the mantel with matching cabinets brings balance and adds storage.
To complement as well as contrast the style of the living room upstairs, the family room was designed to to be the “mid-century modern moment” of the home. For Tze, the purpose was to avoid having a space where every item appeared to have been bought at the same time. To help accomplish that, pieces like the Moroccan rug help to break up the uniform feel of the space.