Characterized by the beautiful colors, the Moorish architecture and the lavish design, the moroccan living room furniture style makes dreams of warm destinations. It is therefore no wonder that more and more Moroccan influences can be found in our homes. The rich color palette is one of the most characteristic features of a Moroccan interior. The colors that are used have pigments with a high intensity and are very pure.
Moroccan decor is often used in cobalt blue, aquamarine, turquoise, emerald green, saffron and carmine red. Metal, such as gold, copper and silver, are often returned in a Moroccan interior. Moroccan poufs are real eye catchers and available in colorful fabrics and leather. You can use them as a separate detail in the room, but if you really want them to come into their own, you have to put some together. So you have a rich color palette that is nicely balanced.
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Arabian poufs can be bought at markets in most Arab countries. The advantage is that you buy them unfilled so that there are a lot of fit in the travel case. When you buy a patchwork pouf, you should always ensure that ventilation openings are provided. This way the internal air can escape from the pouf when pressure is set up when sitting down. This prevents the pouf from tearing at the seams.