9 Moroccan Living Room Design Ideas

Moroccan Living Room Design Ideas

Morocco is a North African nation famous for its Eastern-style decor and interiors. The decoration is done with a mesmerizing beauty different from the tradition style usually used in homes. While you can decorate the entire house with a Moroccan theme, it is especially very good for the living room interiors. Bright and relaxing colors like red and yellow are used a lot. Fireplace, candles, tiles and hookah are essential elements of Moroccan decor. There are several ways of decorating the living room in a Moroccan style. We will suggest some tips for this. Following are the 9 Moroccan living room design ideas.

1. Use Low-Level Couch And Floor Cushions

Use low-level furniture in the living room for a Moroccan style decor. For this, place a couch with a low height in the room. Add some tea tables in front of the couch. For sitting on the ground in an Eastern style, place some floor cushions with poufs on the floor.

Use Low-Level Couch And Floor Cushions

2. Use Basket Wall Decoration

Decorate the wall of your living room with baskets. For this, collect several baskets of multiple colors in bright shades like red, yellow, orange and green. Hang or fix the baskets on the wall side by side making a beautiful arrangement or cluster. Use some small baskets and some big ones.

Use Basket Wall Decoration

3. Use Wicker Furniture And Jewel Shade Pillows

If you want a unique but natural look in the living room, use wicker furniture. For this, place sofa, chairs and center table made of wicker material. Add jewel shade pillows to the sofa. Use throw pillows in red, green and brown colors.

Use Wicker Furniture And Jewel Shade Pillows

4. Use Carved Wood, Patterned Window Frames, And Mosaic

Use carved wood in the living room for a Moroccan theme decoration and architecture. Use framed windows. For this, choose windows that have patterned frames with beautiful designs or patterns on it. Instead of the usual ceiling, use ceilings at a high level. Use mosaic for decorating the living room. This gives a beautiful Moroccan look to the room.

Use Carved Wood, Patterned Window Frames, And Mosaic

5. Use White Woodwork Furniture And Silver Fretwork Lanterns

If you like to work at home, use your living room as a home office. Use white woodwork furniture in the room like tables, chairs, benches and bookracks. Use silver fretwork lanterns in the remaining part of the room. Hang the lantern on the ceiling in the middle area above the center table. Decorate the living room with Bright Moorish patterns. Sue orange chair with the office desk.

Use White Woodwork Furniture And Silver Fretwork Lanterns

6. Use Chevron Pattern And Colored Ottomans

Use the trendy chevron pattern in the living room. For this, choose sofas, rugs and cushions covers with this type of pattern on the fabric. Place two or more ottomans in the room. Choose colored ottomans in yellow or any other bright shade.

Use Chevron Pattern And Colored Ottomans

7. Use Divan And Moroccan Artwork

Instead of using sofa and chairs, use a divan in the living room for sitting with the guests. The divan should be comfortable to sit. Use bright colored fabric like green cover and cushion covers with the divan. Use Moroccan artwork and decoration pieces in the room.

Use Divan And Moroccan Artwork

8. Use Leather Upholstery And Silver Table

Use leather upholstery for a Moroccan style decoration. Get the sofa, chairs, stools, poufs and other furniture upholstered in leather. For a different and unique look, use armrest of the furniture with embroidery done by hand. Place a silver table in the middle of the living room. Keep a camel bone chest at the side for storing household items.

Use Leather Upholstery And Silver Table

9. Use Moroccan Lanterns, Table Lamps, And Candles

Pay attention to the lighting used in the living room. Use Moroccan style lanterns in the room. Hang the lantern in the middle just above the center table. Use table lamps with Moroccan style shades. Place a few lamps on the floor and keep some on the table. Keep candles with an outer frame or covering on the center table and floor.

Use Moroccan Lanterns, Table Lamps, And Candles

 





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