Carefree, Moroccan interiors are increasingly becoming the norm in the world of today’s décor, and it takes many forms. There are 1970’s-inspired spaces that are brimming with vintage finds. There are homes that artfully decorate with macramé and fringe. And then there are the Moroccan interiors that take on a global look through items that feel as if they’ve been discovered in a far-off land. Moroccan décor is a well-appointed way to bring a flair for the dramatic to your bohemian décor. Representing the African country that has been decorating with lanterns, patterns, and sophisticated accents for centuries, elements have been pulled from grand Moroccan spaces and have found their way into modern homes.
It’s a style that can be meshed with nearly every existing form of décor and is certainly a way to catch the eyes and hearts of each guest who enters your home.Holiday season is basically “everyone inside” season. Either you’re curling up with a good book, buried under the blankets with a warm drink, or inviting your closest friends and family over to celebrate. So it’s expected that your space is about to feel tighter than normal. And that’s why we have a few ways to make your living room feel large enough for all those presents and turkey-stuffed party goers.