By Royalty Echols. Home Decor. Published at Wednesday, June 20th, 2018 - 11:41:37 AM.
Texture is an important aspect with Moroccan decor, and the liberal use of fabrics and rugs is a common touch. Include room dividers and screens that have Moroccan artwork and decorative details, and rugs can be used on the walls as well as the floors for a unique look. Foyers in the typical Moroccan home are large and welcoming. Artwork that is small and intricately engraved is often used on entrance doorways, and the Moroccan furniture includes wrought iron and wood.
Certain figurines and vases may also be extremely cheap if you look in the right places, like dollar stores. Grab some not-quite-wilting flowers from your local florist at a discount and toss them in a vase or urn with water and place them in the center of your dining table. Using oil lamps and glass candle holders can create a more peaceful ambiance as well.
Your kitchen does not have to be top of the line to be cheerful and functional. Repaint a rusty stove or refrigerator to bring new life to them. You can also brighten up your kitchen by putting in some nice, cheap curtains in bright pastel colors. Use the same fabric to make a little ruffle to run along the top of your cabinets for added color and hominess.
The Moroccan style is to bring nature inside. Moroccan furniture can include wood, and lush exotic plants help to create a luxurious oasis atmosphere. Moroccan vases, urns, and other artwork are combined with fountains which contain flowing water and the aromas of spices to create a serene yet exciting setting right in your home.
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