First of all , What is Moroccan style, exactly?
The cabana room at a home in Mérida, Mexico, designed by Daniel Torres. It features Moroccan-style arches and encaustic tiles, which were both made locally. The lanterns, brass tray and rug are all Moroccan; danieltorresdesign.com.
In an article published in "The New York Times" about this topic under the title "Insprration Morocco" , the moroccan style is -according to Stephanie Rudloe, the owner of Marrakech Designs in Boston- " a mix of nomadic Berber, Arab-Islamic and European influences that slightly changes character as you venture across the region".
Martyn Lawrence Bullard, a Los Angeles interior designer, has created fabric, wallpaper and rugs with Moroccan motifs, and infused bits of Moroccan style into the Hotel Californian in Santa Barbara and the Sands Hotel & Spa in Indian Wells, Calif., as well as into homes for Khloe Kardashian and Cher.
“You can put it in the most modern house, or the most traditional, and somehow it still freshens up the interiors,” he said. “It adds glamour, it adds sex appeal, but it still can feel really fresh.”
The interior of Marrakech Designs, Stephanie Rudloe’s shop on Newbury Street in Boston. Ms. Rudloe defines Moroccan style as “a mix of nomadic Berber, Arab-Islamic and European influences.”
“The colors I most associate with Morocco are the warm, earthy, rich reds that echo the spices found in markets all over the country, the earthenware that is so often decorated and the natural red clay that is used to paint the majority of buildings in Marrakesh,” said Charlotte Cosby, the creative director of Farrow & Ball, the British paint and wallpaper company.