Moroccan style is a new trend in decoration which takes its roots from Moorish architecture and Moroccan architecture and has been made popular by the vogue of Riads renovation in Marrakech. This intriguing style is becoming more and more popular in upper-economic-class circles in the UK and the USA.
From vibrant colors to intricately designed wood and mosaic products, this luxurious, dramatic, and exciting style is becoming increasingly popular in modern homes. While traditional Moroccan interiors are often extravagant and full of intricate detail, modern interpretations of Moroccan classics are a great fit for contemporary homes. Bold, geometric prints inspired by traditional Moroccan motifs are cropping up on pillows, rugs and upholstered pieces of furniture.
Luxurious and Grand are but two of countless words which can be used to describe “Casa de los Sueños.” An exquisite residence characterized by distinct finishes, marvelous arches and an air of freedom which allows you to express yourself in every way you can imagine. Featuring 6 large bedrooms, 7.5 total bathrooms, decorated with a combination of refined finishes and natural elements. The extra-large kitchen is perfect for entertaining or for allowing your chef to work his magic. There are numerous terraces throughout the home as well as private enclaves for relaxing or for quiet-time. There is even a roof top solarium perfect for private sun-bathing.
The spectacular gazebo overlooks one of the most unique pools in the entire Caribbean. The pool deck is spacious and easily accommodates groups of 50 or more. Very well located only steps away from the Caribbean Sea and nestled against the 11th hole of the Teeth of the Dog, this impressive home is surrounded by lush, magnificent gardens both at the front and the back of the villa. Grandiose magnificence welcomes you in every corner of this extraordinary estate.
The Moroccans eat three meals a day, the main meal being around mid-day. Eating with your hands is a time-honored tradition. Rule number one: eat with your right hand only, using the thumb and first two fingers. Using more is a sign of gluttony. Tea is a mainstay of the Moroccan diet and is also revered as the Moroccan national drink. Breakfast usually includes bread with butter or jam; bread is also an integral part of all other meals and snacks throughout the day.
Moroccan architecture has many motifs, or repeated patterns, as well as utilizing different styles of arches, calligraphy, vegetative design, and decorative tiles.
If you're looking to bring an exotic yet elegant feel to your home, you should consider the elegantly mysterious elements found in Moroccan style décor.