A Moroccan dining room means different things for different people. Some might like the informal and colorful setting inspired by a Bedouin tent, while others might want to replicate the glitz, glamour and grandeur of the palatial homes in the region. Others could prefer a room with Moroccan-Tuscan style that borrows heavily from Spanish design. Irrespective of what your personal preference is, here are 16 dining rooms that usher in a dash of Moroccan magic in their own inimitable fashion!
If you love a live-edge dining table, then the hardest choice past deciding the style of the dining space would definitely be the chairs that go with your new woodsy masterpiece. Once again, the wide variety of chairs, benches, loveseats and banquette benches coupled with vibrant, natural-edge tables on display today should convince you of the versatility of this dashing table. Lovers of midcentury design can opt for chairs like the classic Eames molded plastic chair, the Wishbone chair or even the extravagant Panton Cone chair! Whether you are a fan of acrylic chairs from Philippe Starck or love one of those iconic chairs from the 30`s, the live-edge table accommodates all!
Carved and ornate wooden sideboards, plush and bright-colored cushions and seat covers, and walls draped in hot red, mellow orange and lovely yellow; the Moroccan dining room allows you to express yourself in an unabashed fashion! If the contemporary dining room with a muted gray backdrop always felt far too boring, then try out this outlandish style this spring and you will surely fall in love with it. Wooden dining tables with a traditional bend and matching chairs feel apt in such settings, but mid-century icons like the Tulip table also work surprisingly well.
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