Morocco is known for its elaborate aesthetic, complete with jewel tones, fine details, and rich textures. Add small doses to your own home for a pop of style. Here’s how.

Morocco-Inspired Decor for the Home

On the Floor
Arabesque and geometric patterns mirror Moroccan architecture. Try them out underfoot.

On the Table
Take cues from nature. Gold and orange hues reflect the surrounding desert.

In the Bedroom
Decorative accents with lush textures give a feeling of abundance. Pile them on.

In the Entryway
From entryway or bedroom ceilings, hang lamps with mosaic-like details for an authentic look.

Ready to get started? Visit our Bold & Bright: Moroccan-Inspired Décor & More Boutique on Thursday, February 27, at 3PM ET.

By Julia Ivins, Staff Writer

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February 27, 2014

Designer-obsessed? Us, too. But today we’re looking beyond that beloved handbag. From Jill Rosenwald‘s graphic, vibrant prints to Martha Stewart‘s more traditional looks, these luxe rugs will inspire an entire room with just one hand-tufted piece.

Rug Designers to Know

Candice Olson
The artist: Toronto-based interior designer and TV personality
Her style: Soft colors in warm and cool hues with simple, subtle patterns fit for both traditional and contemporary homes
Manufacturing: Hand-tufted in India of 100% New Zealand wool

Martha Stewart
The artist: Former model–turned–business magnate
Her style: Earthy green, grey, and natural hues with geometric patterns and a lustrous finish
Signature fabrics: Cotton, wool, and silk

Jill Rosenwald
The artist: NYC-born, Massachusetts-based designer of ceramics, throw pillows, and décor
Her style: Bold, bright colors and vibrant, graphic patterns for the modern home
Technique: Handmade out of wool

See something you like? Start rug shopping at our Roll Out the Red Carpet: Designer Rugs Boutique on Wednesday, February 12, at 3PM ET.

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February 12, 2014

 
We’re suckers for pretty much any shopping opportunity. Now add a market filled with one-of-a-kind antiques as far as the eye can see, bartering shoppers, and a poshed-out VIP tent to catch your breath in between deal-making, and you can call this utopia. Here’s a glimpse inside.

Check Out: The VIP Tent
Serving as a refuge from the outdoor bustle, this is the kind of tent we can really get behind (sleeping bags, bugs, and campfires totally optional).

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tent

Check Out: The Bar
Interior designer Shane Inman used Benjamin Moore paint to line the insides of the hundreds of bottles that adorn the bar. Who knew – all it takes to energize a space is a little color (okay, a lot of color).

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