Moroccan wall decor shows in detail country-describing facets, interiors, exteriors, landscapes, and visuals unique to the region. Essentially, each poster print pairs up with a pillow pattern design by KBM D3signs.
The kingdom of Morocco occupies North Africa and is also the most northwestern country of the Maghreb region. The Mediterranean Sea sweeps the north and the Atlantic Ocean the west. To the South borders the disputed territory of Western Sahara. Meanwhile, to the east, the borders are shared with Algeria. Casablanca is the largest city, and Rabat is the capital. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Morocco
Moroccan Wall Decor Meet Various Colored Pillows
- El Jadida, cistern Portuguese
- Kasbah of Tolouet, Zelij Moroccan tile work
- Ornate door, detail of the King’s palace
- Traditional door in Chefchaouen
- Lighthouse at Cap Spartel
- Interior of Tin Mal mosque
A stylish industrial setting shows the black and white photography of the El Jadida cistern Portuguese accordingly with the black and white pillows from the beads pattern design.
The ornamental tile work photography complements, in fact, yellow and blue pillows with an ethnic style pattern of nested circles.
The yellow and blue Mediterranean-style living room shows wall and decor accessories, including a poster print with the ornate door at the King Palace and two pillows in Moroccan-inspired pattern designs in addition.
A blue and red color palette for the living room becomes indeed galvanized by the photo print of a traditional Moroccan door in vibrant blue and red paired pillows with a wave-pattern design.
A beautiful coastal photograph shows a towering lighthouse at Cap Spartel while overlooking the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. Hexagon pattern pillows in green and yellow accessorize the traditional living room.
The interior photo poster print of the Tin Mal mosque focuses on its Moorish arches. Additionally, these are called keyhole arches. Throw pillows with nested angular pattern design support a classic decoration.