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Trend Alert // Moroccan Magic

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Domenica Kiely
Written by Domenica Kiely

Eclectic and well-travelled, this home décor trend takes us on a trip to the bustling markets of Morocco, where colour and patterns are everything and spaces are warm and inviting.

Here are some of our top picks for adding some exotic flair to your home …

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The uses for The Market Basket Co’s colourful Maroc basket are endless: gather your farmer’s market purchases in it, pop it by the sofa to store magazines or throws, or stack your firewood in it. We also love The Market Co’s range of large platters. Made from palm leaves in traditional Moroccan colours, these platters are a natural, sustainable item that will bring a dash of colour to your counter.

Antique brass items, like this Gava Round Tray from Citta Designs, are sure to bring a rich eclectic vibe to an entry table.

Koh Living’s coloured glass tea lights work beautifully in a colourful vignette to bring a Moroccan mood to your home.

This bold KAS Australia ‘Denka’cushion does what Moroccan style does best: clashes colour and pattern for fabulous effect.

Habibi Moroccan have an abundant range of genuine Moroccan homewares and rugs, perfect for adding colour and personality to your home. These bright, colourful Berber baskets serve a multitude of storage purposes and they look amazing, too.

If you are looking for a more contemporary and minimalistic approach to Moroccan design, check out the Habibi Moroccan’s range of Beni Ourain rugs (not pictured). The classic geometric patterns effortlessly blend traditional Moroccan design with a timeless contemporary feel.

Niche Melbourne’s range of leather Moroccan ottomans will help to create a rich, warm ambience in your home. Great for living rooms and kid’s rooms, the handmade leather ottomans pictured come in a huge range of colours and styles to suit every home.

Source the latest products and spot upcoming trends at The Retail Quarter Sydney at the ICC Sydney Exhibition Centre from 23-26 September 2017. Register here.

About the author
Domenica Kiely
Domenica Kiely

My name is Domenica, but my tribe call me Dom. I’ve written for a number of successful and popular Australian blogs, and I have experience working in both education and the media. I have a slight (ahem) shopping addiction, but I prefer to think of it as an ethical contribution to the growth of the economy. I am fuelled by a love of art, photography, home interiors, trashy television and my family (not in that order).