Growing up in Morocco, one of my father’s close friends was a painter and an artist. He was passionate about Morocco and most of his paintings included Moroccan landscapes. He gifted my father a desert Morocco print so beautiful and vivid in colors that I can still picture if I close my eyes.
Since then, I grew a passion for Moroccan prints and using them in interior design. A good Morocco print captures a magical moment and will make you travel through space and time.
If you are in the hunt for a beautiful Morocco print for your home, here is a small selection with my favorite picks. Each of the following prints tells a story about Morocco, celebrating the architecture, the medina, modernity, or the desert.
Moroccan architecture celebrates Moroccan craftsmanship and artwork. Every architecture detail shows artisans’ precision and love of perfection. In fact, each artwork can take months and even years to finish.
The splendid patterns, gigantic wooden doors, and wrought iron windows are a treat to the eyes.
Morocco Print Celebrating The Colors of Medinas
Morocco is a party of colors. When I close my eyes, Marrakech is ocher and dreamy. Chefchaouen is blue and chill. Tangier is white and sophisticated. Every Moroccan city has its own feel and its own palette of colors.
Every building too, with its colorful tiles and mix of fabrics and woods. A good Morocco print will transmit that.
There is something about being in the middle of the desert between the sky and the gigantic dunes. You feel grounded and connected to yourself. Walking in the sand, spending the night by the fire under the stars, then waking up on a stunning sunrise. Magical.
Prints Highlighting Modern Morocco
Morocco’s charm comes from the mix of modernity and authenticity. In fact, each Moroccan city has two personalities.
There is the modern side with its high buildings, American cafés, and vibrant nightlife. Then you have the Medinas, a thousand-years-old quarter still preserving Moroccan history.
Morocco prints that capture the coexistence of both sides are very inspiring.