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Minimal Moroccan

Updated: Apr 27, 2023

How to use simple curves and strategically placed hues make a timeless impact in any room.


Spring is here and it's time to clean out those cluttered spaces, open the windows, turn up the music and get that spring cleaning done. This month we decided to purge along with you and do a Minimal Moroccan design. This style maximizes natural light, features simple lines - curvy and straight, with texture and pattern that mixes soft and natural textiles. With a minimalist ideal of quality over quantity our selections will be functional contesting the temptation of trendy designs, creating a beautiful space that lasts a lifetime. Stay tuned as we design a living room, bathroom, master bedroom, and office, with updates weekly through the month of April.


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What does a Minimal Moroccan Interior look and feel like? To integrate design elements from both styles we're going to bring a timeless vibe with superior craftmanship into the space with a worldly sentiment that you'll see in textile selections and furniture pieces. Furniture layouts will feature seating options that support daily functions while creating a relaxing environment.


Living Room

With a vaulted ceiling in the living room the space feels clean, crisp and spacious. To pull off our Minimal Moroccan style, we're going to keep the floor light, add texture in with a cream colored rug, and then ground the space with a large dark sofa, complimented by warm soft seating. With layered lighting that highlights the different seating options the area feels broken up while leaving the space open. A warm clean vibe with rich pops of color bring out the best attributes of both styles.

Rendering of a minimal Moroccan style living room with wood floors, gray sofa, teal fireplace tile and rust-colored light filtering drapery.
Living room sketch with recommended furniture, finishes and accessories.

Love these selections? Sidedoor makes it easy for us to share with you where we found some of our favorite pieces of furniture and accessories. We believe in making great design accessible for everyone - check out our Minimal Moroccan Living Room Collection to make them your own.



Home Office

Creating a space that is conducive to actually getting work done is challenging enough...but making it a space that you actually WANT to use adds a whole different challenge. For this home office we used varying shades of dusty blue - light grayish periwinkle on the walls, dark cornflower for the built-ins and drapes to add elements of inspiration and relaxation. A rich wood desk provides weight to the room, anchoring the lighter design elements like the intricate wall art and textured orange office chair. Subtle curves throughout the room create a sense of oneness - from the desk to the metal wall screens, the chandelier to the minimal trim at the top of the built-in shelves.

Sketch of a home office designed in a minimal Moroccan style with periwinkle walls, cornflower blue built-in shelves, a curved wood desk and light orange office chair.
Home office rendering with recommended built-in shelves, finishes, furniture and accessories.

We're slightly obsessed with this office desk and chair...but the real cream of the crop is the decorative styling that really gives the room a sense of purpose. Check out our Minimal Moroccan Home Office Collection!


Bathroom

It's where we start the day, getting ready to take on whatever is thrown our way. Having a bathroom that's relaxing and calming is a supportive space that everyone should have. Our minimal Moroccan theme creates the perfect balance of tidiness and character. With a monochromatic design the warmth from the fixtures and vanity give the bathroom a sophisticated and calming look without feeling stuffy, Check out this vanity and mirror.






Teenage Girl's Bedroom

Cohesion throughout a home is important, but so is individuality, especially when there are kids who want to express themselves. This teenage girl's room interprets elements of the minimal Moroccan style in a playful way, creating a room that's equal parts whimsical and sophisticated. Head over to Sidedoor to see details on the bed, bench, nightstands and swing chair.

Hand rendering of a teenage girl's bedroom with pale pink walls, yellow and white drapes, wood floors and bold purple and orange seating options.
Pink walls contrast with bold pops of orange, purple and olive green creating a fun and inviting space.


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