Moroccan architecture and interior design


Moroccan architectural design and interiors showcase the rich history of the country through arcades and columns, refined exotic textiles with bright colors and geometric symmetry seen in doors and furniture. The seductive style suits modern, contemporary and traditional interiors. Luxurious and global opulent design, the Moroccan style is a favorite of many interior designers. Architectural details shaped by centuries of traditional Moroccan culture, seen in arcades and keyhole-shaped doors are some of the most used elements of the style.

Brilliant bright reds, vibrant oranges, lush greens and sapphire blue dominate the interiors, with a neutral background reflecting the undulating dunes of the desert or the shining Mediterranean ocean. Ornate carved furniture and silk upholstery are a must in Moroccan interiors. Safes trimmed in brass with camel motifs, or cabinets with Arabic calligraphy, the green patina of wood creates a fascinating history of the past. Cabinets with bright pinks and greens, contrasting with brass, add in rustic palace doors and arched door, opulent extravagance blends well with muted walls.

Pashmina covers and jetties with beaded zardozi, silk curtains, and elephant-transparent curtains tell the stories of Sheikhs and Harems. Create a captivating decor with hand-embroidered bed throws and matching pillows. The dark wood carved wardrobes and the brass and iron coffee tables are resplendent in their contrast. Dense and rustic carved woods and beautiful inlaid furniture, columns with stone bases and huge benches beautifully crafted from old ox plows. The living imagination goes even further by using the old palace doors as headboards and a carved bone dining table. Complex details and mastery in color schemes, inlaid bone chests and brass cabinets are filled with beautiful artifacts.

Geometric symmetry is a must in architectural doors or columns as seen in stars, octagons, as well as floral vine patterns and calligraphy. Apparent is the importance of numerology where as you see the 8-pointed star developing in the 96 points as in the expansion of the universe, the growth multiplies several times. The arcs The triples line up the courtyard and you enter through a beautiful teak door with old rustic patina. The traditional sculptures and textures draw you into their past, the energies multiplying with your care and your sumptuous design. Beautiful gardens with a rustic bench or bench, an old carved swing and brass planters, the setting is perfect for a romantic evening.


Source by Era Chandok

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