So I’ve had some very nice reactions to the Moroccan elements in my bathroom design. It’s a style that I adore and with all the beautiful and intricate detailing in Moroccan design, how could you not love it? So I wanted to introduce you to the company that are supplying those beautiful details in my bathroom.
Moroccan Bazaar are the REAL DEAL peeps. Not knock off, not ‘imitation’ Moroccan. They have connections with genuine artisans in Morocco who have been doing wood, metal, ceramics and weaving for generations. And they are a British company, trading between the two countries, since 1970, supplying ‘hip’ retailers like Liberty, Chelsea Girl and Top Shop in those swinging times. Stepping into their website today, however, is like walking into an authentic Moroccan Bazaar with thousands of items in their collection.
Today, they supply Moroccan furniture, lighting and bespoke work to private residences, hotels, spas, restaurants the world over. Their work, quite simply put, is jaw-dropping.
All their beautiful projects can be seen on their Projects page.
Are you suitable impressed? Thinking this kind of design is strictly reserved for the super rich? Well, I’m very happy to inform you that you can have a piece of this gorgeousness yourself. How?
Because Moroccan Bazaar has an online shop where you can purchase elements yourself from their gorgeous collection of lighting, furniture and accessories – everything from Moroccan poufs to ceramic dishes to rugs and throws.
Choosing between what to share from their shop was probably the hardest part of this post. But here are a few of my favourites.
1. Moroccan Ceiling Lamp £195
2. Round Brass Moroccan Table £649.99
3. Moroccan Kilim Rug £420
4. Myriam Mourabit Tumbler with Flat Tassled Lid £59.50 for medium
5. Myriam Mourabit with Teardrop Lid and Henna Design £63.00 for large
6. Moroccan Ceramic Soup Bowls with Safi design £5.59 each
7. Moroccan Tea Glasses in White £16.50 for a set of 6
8. Moroccan Brass Side Table/Tray with Stand £120
9. Multicoloured Moroccan Fruit Bowl in Fez Design £150
As you can see, there are items at all sorts of price points so if you want to incorporate a bit of Moroccan flair into your own home, go check them out.
Do you like Moroccan design? Any favourites of what I’ve shown? Do share in the comments!
I was supplied the pendant free of charge from Moroccan Bazaar for my review but all words and opinions are my own.