Moroccan Style Bedding
Moroccan Decor is all about texture, weaving it into rooms through pillows, blankets, linens, wall hangings and rugs. To make a subtle visual impact, choose Moroccan-inspired textiles in the same color palette, making the texture the most interesting thing about the room. This bed is an exquisite example of letting Moroccan texture shine.
Because you believe filling your home with meaningful things is better than buying faddish décor, let’s talk Moroccan blankets, traditionally called Batania.
Initially hand-woven by Berber craftspeople in central Morocco, the textiles are a part of a storied tradition that blesses newlyweds. But their romantic history is not the only thing that makes them highly pinnable. When used as throws, wall hangings, or upholstery fabric, the fringy and sparkly blankets add cozy style to spaces.
Graphic and poppy, the Moroccan Blanket will give any room some added interest. (Plus who doesn’t love a good pom pom?). This bed styled by @amberinteriors is an exquisite example of letting Moroccan texture shine.
Weave in Moroccan Throw Pillows
Moroccan Decor never shies away from bold prints and colors—in fact, these are the top identifying features of Moroccan decor. To bring a hint of worldliness to a bed or sofa, bring in some patterned pillows that also act as pops of color.
Incorporate a Moroccan Pouf
A pouf has been a Moroccan tradition for hundreds of years, serving as a footstool or as an easy, impromptu seating option in a living space. You can bring that classic accent into your own living room through a pouf, it’s a perfect tiny alternative to a coffee table.