If you are looking for exotic and cozy decor styles for your outdoors, then the Moroccan outdoor decor style is probably the best to find inspiration.
Growing up in Morocco, my favorite place to relax was my family Moroccan patio. Years later, I have my own Moroccan outdoor space that I enjoy whenever the sun is shiny and out.
Authentic Moroccan outdoor decor plays with colors, textures, and plants to create different vibes. It can be elegant and polished, or bohemian, colorful, and cheerful. In both cases, it will create a cozy space that you, your family, and friends will love enjoying.
Moroccan Outdoor Decor Styles for your Patios, Backyards, and Gardens
One of the most used items in Moroccan outdoor decor is the Beni Ourain pillows. They are a traditional Moroccan piece, handmade using only wool and natural black and white dies.
Plants are also a must in Moroccan outdoor decor. The more plants the better. The most common decor in Morocco is to use many long cactuses and mix and match the sizes.
In Morocco, it’s also very common to sit on the floor on large pillows and poufs. So if you want to give your patio, backyard, or garden a Moroccan touch, then Moroccan poufs can be an essential piece. They are perfect to optimize space and create a comfortable floor sitting area.
Another important item to consider when decorating your outdoor is the Moroccan tray tables. They are a traditional Moroccan decoration piece, very lightweight, and easy to move and store. Here again, in Moroccan decoration, we love mixing different colors, types, sizes, and heights. They really add a beautiful touch to outdoor areas.
If you are a color person and want to give your outdoor a lot of personality, then the Kilim Moroccan decor is what you should go for.
This Moroccan outdoor decor is very popular in Morocco, especially in Marrakesh city. It uses Kilim, a material that supports high temperatures and doesn’t need a lot of care. If you look well, you can find pillows, rugs, and poufs made with Kilim.
With the Kilim Moroccan decor, you shouldn’t be afraid of mixing colors and patterns. The outcome is a sunny, cheerful space that you can upgrade later on by coloring the wall with a beautiful ocher color.