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Design Inspiration: Morocco

In the 14th century, Morocco was at the center of the world. Its position on the edge of the Mediterranean made it a center of art and culture, and a melting pot of African, Islamic, and European cultures.
  • Rayed Alrashed

    Lisa Bruce Eclectic Moroccan Home in Elle Decor | Interior Design Files

  • Claudia Cranston

    moroccan style elle decor: Absolutely stunning. Firmly situates Morocco within Africa. Very beautiful doors with Moroccan geometric star patterns. These are among the most common patterns in Morocco. You can learn more about Moroccan decor in my book, Marrakesh by Design:

  • Eunice Durrance

    Guest Bedroom: Liza Bruce's Moroccan Home | Elle Decor

  • CherryCreek1

    Moroccan Bedroom. Ideas for white walls... by Take me to New York

  • Peri Leja

    I LOVE THE DOORS Moroccan home of Fashion Designer Liza Bruce and Artist Nicholas Alvis Vega. Guest room. A Tuareg bed with pillows covered in silk from Uzbekistan in a guest bedroom; the chair, which was hand carved from a tree trunk, is from Ethiopia, and the cast-bronze side table is from Benin. Photographer: Simon Upton

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