Moroccan Boho Decor

Carefree, bohemian interiors are a popular trend today’s world with everybody travelling to new destinations and immersing themselves in the culture of the land. Old world architecture and 70s inspired spaces that cohesively come together in a gamut of design. Luxury homes are artfully decorated with arches and antique Indian doors intricately carved with paisleys and stars, carrying beautiful energies of the past. Global bohemian interiors take on a vagabond feel as if they’ve been discovered in far away land.

Moroccan decor brings flair for the drama to your bohemian home. A touch of Mediterranean architecture with cusped arches and medieval iron cladded doors, elements have been pulled from grandiose Moroccan spaces. A style that works well with nearly every existing form of decor be it minimalist or maximalist, it certainly catches the eyes and hearts of all. The 18c triple veranda arches and the horseshoe palatial door are phenomenal examples of architecture. Handcarved dense woods that have lasted years and become lovingly textured and worn with time. The texture and feel of old woods is beyond gorgeous and stunning.

Moroccan decor glamorizes bold prints and colors and brings a hint of worldliness to a your bedroom. Sheer sari curtains hanging as a canopy and patchwork pillows act as pops of color.Sumptuously carved cabinets are seen working beautifully with the subtle colors of the bedding. Diamond patterns, geometric designs are frequently seen on old doors that have been repurposed into consoles and cabinets.

Go bold with turquoise green sideboards and play with large patterns, attention seeking dark textured cabinets and flashy carved headboards.The living room embraces patterned pillows, an od door coffee table, a vibrant rug and colorful carved wall sculpture of the tree of life that brings it all together. Moroccan decor is about patterns and textures, bring it in with wall hangings and carved wood sculptures. The bed styled with a kamasutra headboard is an exquisite example of old world design. Moroccan decor plays with contrasting patterns without the fear of clashing colors.

Bohemian design that is carefree and can mix with nearly any style, be it Scandinavian modern or find it in farmhouse barns which adds elegance to eclectic spaces. Lotus carved screens and chai tables with colorful toss pillows scattered around gives the space a free spirited feel. Grand interiors with statement old world furniture, so classic and unique. Brass doors cabinets play with the setting sun and give the room a warm romantic ambience.