God knows I am the biggest fan of Moroccan style design. And I love it even more when it is used creatively in a subtle way within a more modern space. You can spice things up without having to go all out with the Moroccan theme with Arabian lanterns, round brass serving treys, colorful patterned fabrics used on unexpected pieces, handmade mosaic wooden side tables, and more. Here are some ideas for you:
A ceiling pendant light with intricate moroccan pattern makes this modern space more interesting.
A small wooden hand-carved coffee table with mother of pearl inserts makes this modern bedroom look more luxurious and expensive.
This bathroom was brought to life with common Moroccan color combination (white and blue) using pointed arches in the architectural details.
This modern bathroom has an even more subtle feel of the Moroccan style with patterns on the wall and vanity, which mimic the country's architecture.
This bathroom uses a Moroccan window and depends on the shadow resulting from it's pattern. The design also uses accessories such as candles, a side table, and a brass serving trey to bring it all together.
This modern bright room uses a bold and colorful patterned fabric on an oversized ottoman in the middle of the room, making a strong statement. The design uses a brass serving trey on top to complete that statement.
This is definitely one of my favorite design pieces by Moroccan designer Younes Duret, who also brought us the Zellij bookcase, this delightful modern clock is called "Sifr, the Arabic numeral clock"