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Loving these tribal patterns!

John Derian at Home in New York City « the selby

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Extra Large Spike & Chevron Allover Stencil from Gypsy Mint Stencil Co. $59.95

Spike and Chevron - Gypsy Mint Stencil Company

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Fantastic. I would wear this vintage pineapple print caftan in a minute! {Gian Paolo Barbieri 1969 Vogue Italia}

Love this chic African pattern. Annabelle Magazine - Akris

Ethno for Annabelle Magazine - Inspiration by Color

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Loving up the amazing nested diamond pattern in this Moroccan rug from Red Thread Souk. Each diamond is made up of its own pattern. INCREDIBLE. Tribal design, bohemian design, ethnic design, decorating

Vintage Moroccan Carpet 2646 - Products - Red Thread Souk

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Beautiful, psychedelic Moroccan patterns in this Moroccan carpet rug. Would be amazing in a living room, den or foyer. Moroccan decor, Moroccan design, Moroccan decorating

Vintage Moroccan Boujad carpet 2713 - Products - Red Thread Souk

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.Incredible patterns emanating from this light fixture!

Awesome installation art. - Imgur

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  • Azeddine Boutaleb

    That is clearly a morrocan artisant, it becomes famous as far as people from all around the world made theire home decoration into the morrocan way. Thanks Maryam.

Sampler, Iran, late 19th C

Sampler | Islamic | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Maryleen Schiltkamp Islamic pattern june 9 2009 Good example of a geometric pattern,hand drawn.

Zoe. What a great backsplash. Repinned by Lapicida.com

Turquoise Kitchen & Interior by Jute Interior Design - Cute & Co.

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Lindsay Cowles peach green wallpaper ,

Lindsay Cowles Fine Art — 125-3 peach green wallpaper

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Chic #henna pattern

ZsaZsa Bellagio – Like No Other: I Gotta Hand It to You

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One of a kind Moroccan kilim cushion 129 - from Red Thread Souk

Love this quirky Moroccan tribal carpet. Looks like it was drawn with a Sharpie.