The intricate patterns and opulent domes of Morocco are sweeping the world of decor. We’ve collected our favorite examples of the Moroccan decor trend in a soft, modern palette.
The undulating waves of The Wallpaper Company’s Modern Geometric Design could have adorned the walls of an opulent Moroccan palace. And, the rich aubergine color reminds us of a spiced eggplant dish—a common food in the country.
The 15 mirrored panels in the Arvada Wall Mirror are trimmed with an antique gold border that recalls the windows in an old Arab bathhouse.
The heaven-reaching dome of a Moroccan teapot will prevent you from stashing it in a cabinet—it demands to be a showpiece. This elegant Casablanca Tea Set from the Mighty Leaf, a company that carries an extensive selection of worldly teas and accouterments, gets our adoration for its scalloped, silver-plated glasses as well.
This North African dish, called a tagine, from Williams-Sonoma is as functional as it is beautiful: The gorgeous pattern is hand-painted by a single artist and the domed top channels condensation back to the food to keep it moist and tender.
The repeating pattern of the linen Embroidered Pattern Pillow in Orange Moroccan is a way to catch the eye with a triple threat of color, pattern and texture that is the perfect complement to a Moroccan decor.
Kick your feet up on this Felding Collection Ottoman. The soft colors and detailed Moroccan-inspired pattern make a lovely combination.
The cutwork pattern of this ceramic Carthage Pierced Lantern throws cool geometric shapes on the walls when you place a candle inside. It comes in a variety of sizes, so you can find the perfect fit for cozy living room or lounge-y outdoor space.