Create a comfortable, welcoming outdoor living room with Moroccan style decor on your patio. The vibrant colors and intricate designs found in this decorating style make it an appealing choice both inside and outside your house.
Layers of Debate
Colorful fabrics and fabrics are key to your Moroccan-inspired scheme. Cover your outdoor living room with a fabric canopy or trellis roof with material panels in bold colors to filter overhead sunlight, creating a pleasant ambiance. Lay down colorful Moroccan carpets on the ground. Insert comfortable cushions and cushions in bright, solid colors or ones that feature geometric, ikat or trellis patterns to seat style chairs, sofas, seats or on the carpets. Hang fabric panels or curtains to soften the room.
For outdoor diningtable, include a mosaic tile dining table place, made of wrought iron and covered with separate parts of hand carved Moroccan tile on the tabletop. Moroccan benches resemble chaise lounge seats with curved arms on each end; add one to an outdoor conversation area to get an exotic touch. Moroccan poufs, which can be short, round ottomans, can be used for seating or as small cocktail tables. Small tea or bread tables make good options for patio seating areas. Wicker chairs and sofas are durable and fit nicely in Moroccan style settings.
Take hints in the movie “Casablanca” to create authentic Moroccan style accent lights, like a rattan-bladed ceiling fan with light lights, as it may set the tone for evening entertainment. Intricately carved designs in steel lanterns create mesmerizing patterns on walls and ceilings when illuminated. Hang these lanterns in the roof or place them on wall ledges or tables. Other types of lanterns feature colorful, jewel toned glass colours. Hang them out of trees, porch railings or patio roofs or place them on any flat surface. Lantern sizes range from huge pendants to small tabletop accents.
Architectural Accents and Accessories
Create an exotic surroundings by surrounding your patio with lush greenery. Use big, oversized planters full of spiky palms, broad-leaf tropical plants, flowering plants and small trees. Cement tiles create striking, colorful patterns on hardwood flooring. Embellish a wall or outdoor fountain with Moroccan shingles. Utilize a Moroccan style room divider as an exotic accent or put it behind furniture to get an intriguing background. Fill an empty space with a huge clay pot, big Moroccan vase or urn. When fun, use colorful ceramic platters, tagines — historical Berber dishes — plates, bowls and pitchers for colorful, cultural table settings. Serve Moroccan mint tea in jewel-toned tea glasses to a traditional engraved brass or silver tea tray.