Add a bit of vivaciousness and worldly appeal to your home by digging into some bohemian roots and across-the-seas style. These 17 DIY Moroccan decorations are right on trend and will help turn your personal space around into something brand new and full of personality. If you’re already a fan of bright colors, varying textures, and mixing materials, this is the spot to take a closer look at.
1. Candle Holders
Shelterness will walk you through the steps of creating these gorgeous candle holders. Set them out on the dining room table to create a beautiful ambiance or use them in the sunroom for an extra pop of color. Feel free to use gold, silver, or rosey metallics as the accent.
2. Stenciled Pillow
Whats Ur Home Story creates some Moroccan-inspired throw pillows to add in the mix as well. They work well within modern homes but also for those that want some boho spirits too. In the bedroom or in the living room, they’ll find a home quite easy. Grab your acrylic paint and get started!
You can even create a headboard with some Moroccan twists. Kara Paslay Designs will walk you through what you need to know and what materials you need to purchase. You can also stencil onto some recycled wood for a similar effect.
4. Layer Your Rugs
You can make your rugs and then you can layer your rugs like you see here from Amber Interiors. It provides an instance Moroccan finish and warm welcome. And it’s easy to pull off for anyone!
5. Window Dressing
Instal some window dressing that screams this part of the world. This view from Houzz is a beautiful bout of inspiration. And similar curtains can be purchased at Anthropologie, Target, or even Pier 1.
6. Ornate Mirrors
This is one of the major signs of Moroccan decor as well. Style Me Pretty gives us a beautiful example of adding one of these into the mix of your home. All you have to do is do a bit of shopping and install!
7. Screen Print Art
You can easily DIY these on recycled paper with some stencils. And then create a gallery wall like this one from Hometalk. Just think of how gorgeous these could be with some color!
8. Lush Texture
Think about adding a lot of lush textures to your home when going the Moroccan route as well. This gorgeous set up found at The White Buffalo Styling Co. is a great example of how you can do that. A simple chunky throw can be the right addition to any living area or bedroom.
9. Side Table
Yes, you can even DIY your very own side table with Moroccan style. The Rogue Engineer will walk you through the exact process. And why not go the extra mile with a paint of turquioise or orange paint?
10. Printed Canvases
You can do some art on canvases and get the same effect as some of the others as well. Little Life of Mine will give you some good ideas but honestly this is a great way to get the entire family involved and use your imagination!
11. Wood Bits
Do some art on wood pieces too. This can add just as much of a boho spirit as other but with a pop of fun texture and material. Grab inspiration at Casa Watkins Living.
We love tassels and so does Moroccan style. Shannon Tate Interiors will showcase how to create your very own tassel blanket for the bed. Go neutral for a more modern tone or colorful for extra worldly appeal.
13. Wall Accents
Take the stencils to the walls. A Pumpkin and A Princess will give you some ideas for an accent wall with the right amount of spirit. These work well in bedrooms or home offices especially.
14. Moorish Tile
Morrish tile is reminiscent of a Moroccan pattern and we love it in a simple white kitchen. This space from Style Me Pretty is a beauty and creates a wonderful mix of contemporary and boho style. And you can even learn how to install yourself!
15. Geo Patterns
You should definitely think about mixing some geo prints here and there when deciding to decorate in a Moroccan fashion. This scene from Emily Henderson sparks a lot of ideas. Just look at the throw blanket, rug, and pouf combination!
You may want a pouf or two inside the house. A pair of these in a larger living space works well and adds fun texture. Make sure you go the route shelterness goes by choosing materials in a different shade from the thread for a good contrast.
17. Throw Rug
We’re swooning over this modern, Moroccan-style throw rug. It’s been handpainted and you too can learn how if you follow along with some help from Gillty Pleasure.