12 Mesmerizing Moroccan-Style Interiors

With their rich layers, intricate patterns and elaborate lighting, rooms with a Moroccan influence are easy to spot.

12 Mesmerizing Moroccan-Style Interiors

Designer Emily Summers was inspired by a family trip to Marrakech when designing this ladies’ retreat for her daughter-in-law in Dallas. Summers designed the side tables with brass bases and pink marble tops. Photo by Laura Wilson

Summers carried the Moroccan influence throughout the Dallas home, which is reflected in the dining room’s ornate wainscoting. Photo by Laura Wilson

In Martyn Lawrence Bullard’s 1922 Italianate villa in Los Angeles, this cozy nook features a lively mix of chevron, ikat, stripes and more on the throw pillows, side table, walls and even the ceiling. Photo by Tim Street-Porter

A pair of massive Moroccan-style mirrors flank the entrance to Bullard’s dining room, which includes a mix of mismatched chairs and strong patterns in a neutral palette. Photo by Tim Street-Porter

At this Studio KO–designed home in Tangier, Morocco, a vintage 1940s Murano glass chandelier hangs above a vintage table from India topped by a Turkish Iznik ceramic jar. The two mother-of-pearl side tables are from Syria and the mirror is 19th century. Photo by Philippe Garcia

Thomas Callaway notes that he “had the opportunity to research Moroccan fireplaces” when designing this Spanish Colonial Revival in Los Angeles, which features an ornate hearth flanked by cushioned window seats topped with vibrant silk pillows. Photo by Tim Street-Porter and Richard Manning

Richly patterned pillows add Moroccan flair to this bohemian retreat in Malibu by Reath Design. Photo by Teri Lyn Fisher

Douglas Mackie designed a series of guest villas around a client’s beach house in Kuwait, each with a different theme, including this Moroccan space. The sitting room has a Moroccan rug, carved wooden screens and a tapestry behind the sofa. Photo by Douglas Mackie

A Moroccan pendant light hangs above the pool table in this richly patterned, Thomas Callaway–designed game room in Beverly Hills. Photo by Lisa Romerein

Reath Design created this plushy lounge space in a Malibu bedroom with a round cushion topped with a pile of pillows. A Moroccan lantern dangles over the nook. Photo by Andre Vippolis

Kim Alexandriuk designed this Los Angeles bedroom with Moroccan and Mediterranean influences to reflect the homeowner’s love of art and travel. Photo by Miguel Flores-Vianna

Alexandriuk devised a luxe outdoor living room in the backyard, which features Moroccan lanterns, ikat-print pillows an a tiled fire pit. Photo by Miguel Flores-Vianna

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