Morocco, a North African country has developed its own unique style with the influence of many cultures that has not gone unnoticed by the developed world. Well known for its use of rich colors, for example burgundy and purple, the Moroccan style, especially with Moroccan lamps Moroccan furniture is becoming more and more appealing.
Moroccan furniture has become the new trend in western decor and many factories have jumped for the opportunity to reproduce some the these exquisite designs. These can easily be told apart from the original quality product by following a few simple guidelines. Moroccan furnishings are crafted from high quality dark wood. The carvings are small and detailed patiently scrawled across the entire piece.
Since a Moroccan style was identified as an emerging trend many factories have taken advantage of this, churning out exquisitely crafted Moroccan originals. People cannot get enough of this richly designed pieces and go to many lengths to get their special rugs or lamps to transform their home. Despite this, Moroccan furniture can still easily be identified by taking a look at the following features.
The pieces are not only carved and etched but also have added color and design coupled with a very oriental outline intentionally overloading the visual senses. Aesthetically pleasing to the eye, it will add and fantastic ambiance to any room as well as outdoors.
Moroccan lamps, available in all shapes and sizes are functional and beautiful, shielding the room from the brightness of the stark light within it.
Constructed to form mosaics or from panels of brightly colored frosted glass, blended with ornate designs, these lamps cast a small dim light. To keep the room from becoming dark and ominous it is essential to scatter as many as possible throughout the space to enhance the bright and bold colors.
Moroccan rooms are by no means dark despite the dimness of each lamp burning its own unique fragrance creating a medley of musky inter-laced scents. Each lamp is specifically designed to shield the harshness of the light through tinted or glazed glass. Instead of round edges, many lamps are octagonal, the straight edges diffracting the light off opposite straight edges.
Besides glass Moroccan lamps are also formed from ceramic with small shapes pushed out and lined with a steel mesh concealing the dancing flame within. These lamps can be used outdoors as well and goes great with a pool setting. Scatter enormous cushions around the pool, with a few coffee tables placed to create a bit of height, and you will instantly have a feel or magic and mystery.
It has never been easier to create a warm energy in your home with some very carefully selected Moroccan lamps Moroccan furniture, thoughtfully positioned to create a warm glow in your home. Find wonderful pieces online by browsing through many galleries and showrooms which will give you lots of ideas and design styles to choose from.