Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Moroccan Inspired Interior Design Part II


Helllllooooooooooo out there!

I have been looking at the statistics for my blog and I am thrilled to see I have readers ALL over the world! India, Spain, Netherlands, Thailand, Brazil, Poland, South Africa, Czech Republic, Germany and Mexico just to name a few. Wow does that make me smile from ear to ear! Many thanks to all of my readers here and around the world!

With that said, I am in a bohemian state of mind today, as always - ha! During my manic internet browsing over the weekend I stumbled upon way too many gorgeous images with the same theme: Moorish Architecture and Moroccan interior design and decor! (You might even notice the few images that I left out of my Pretty in Pink post because they fit in perfect with this them.) It's no secret that anything Moroccan puts a happy sparkle in my eye! I have yet to see viewers from Morocco on my stats, rest assured as soon as I do you'll read about it right here - I'll be squealing with joy! Hehe...

So I hope you are all having a wonderful week so far!! It was gorgeous here in Miami yesterday but unfortunately today it's rainy and gloomy, definitely a day for staying home in bed! Grrr, oh well! :)


If you like what you see in this post you might be interested in these past related posts:

Moroccan Inspired Interior Design Part I
Bohemian Bathrooms
A Bohemian Ensemble
Tiles, Mosaics and Patterns of the Far East
Bohemian Bungalows and Gypsy Caravans
Curry Yellow + Turquoise = LOVE!
Woodstock Oh Woodstock
Burst of Inspiration
Hippies, Bohemians, Gypsies... and Fashion
Infinite Designs of the Moroccan Lantern
Bohemian Rhapsody
Color Inspiration Injection!
Color Brainstorm Collage



I used the above picture in a past post, but I couldn't help throwin' it out your way one more time, it's just too pretty so I can't resist! I don't know what I love more: the floor, the decorative window grate, the lantern or the corner wrapping window seat! Ahhh... I wonder what kind of street that window overlooks! *sigh* :)



Wow, is this not the most perfect hookah lounge? *LOVE*



















































(All images via Google image search)

24 comments:

  1. beautiful images. Thank you for sharing!

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  2. just browsing for some arabic designs and found your most amazingly beautiful photos! i am overwhelmed! love it.

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  3. your work is truly amazing...

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  4. Hi I am moroccan and live in florida; you have posted a beautiful collection of moroccan furniture and decor and it really captures the beauty of the moroccan home.

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  5. Truly inspirational stuff ! Got all my creative juices flowing. Thankyou.

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  6. Thank you everyone, I am very happy you enjoyed this post. Please note, none of the images int his post are mine, all images were sourced via Google images - I simply gathered this variety of images as inspiration for one to create their own Moroccan decor and see the endless possibilities. I'm glad I succeeded! :)

    ~Catherine
    xoxo

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  7. Love Moroccan. Thank you for inspiring my next decorating adventure in my new home.

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  8. Great designs, really nice colour schemes. Definately going to put a bit of Morocco into my home!

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  9. The images that you posted are really awesome! Your love for Moroccan architecture is contagious and can inspire a lot of people.

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  10. Hi Catherine,
    A huge BIg Up from a Moroccan living in Poland, it's amazingly beautiful what you gathered here, as a Moroccan I have to say that you have high taste of beauty :) because as the african writer Ayi Kwei Armah said "The Beautyful Ones Are Not Yet Born" but after what i saw here I believe that they already born.
    Salam

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  11. A Moroccan-inspired interior design is really gorgeous. Certainly, a lot of homeowners can get helpful insights from your post.

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  12. Reminds me of my trip to Marrakesh, beautiful architecture and interior design. The beauty of tile work on the walls and floors never cease to take my breath away. The color schemes are bright and energetic. Thanks so much for sharing!

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  13. I like the color combination very much...!!!

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  16. Love this post. Moroccan design is just so beaitiful and calming to me!

    Victoria
    www.xogorgeous.blogspot.com

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  17. Love, love some of your rooms. Could I feature some
    on my Blog? http://randomandrelaxedstyle.blogspot.com.au
    Thanks Much,
    Deborah

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  18. I love these photos. Thanks for sharing!

    Check out my post with gorgeous black and white Moroccan interiors.
    http://rueduchatquipeche.blogspot.co.uk/2013/03/i-morocco-moroccan-interior-by-el-ramla.html

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  19. Nice collection of pictures! My husband is Moroccan and we have decorated our basement, everything he brought back with different trips to see family. Unfortunately my eldest son moved back home just as it was completed. So things had to be put in storage. Now we are buying a home on the beach in morocco, and I can't wait to decorate it, will be finished in 2014. My advice to anyone would be to take a trip to Morocco, the hospitality is number 1, then when your leaving take as much as you can with you, it is so much cheaper then buying from the Internet or stores. You can practically pay for your trip just in the savings of buying there!

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  20. I'm in love with your blog !!!!!!!!!!!!

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  21. I am absolutely loving this! We have just bought a home and I was so excited to start on my blank canvas but now I want to jump out of my skin!!! I love you and thank you for your posts!
    Feeling inspired!

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  22. Love your article on Morocco. Just like you I 'm addicted to the style, the architecture and the country! So much I did move here and feel like a child in a toyshop every day. Interiors and architecture are my daily workspace so I love to see articles that share the same love. Good luck with it!

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