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One Room Inspiration :: Minimal Moroccan

If you've been following Cassandra during her adventures in Morocco, you've probably caught the travel bug just like I have. It's no surprise this month's One Room Inspiration is a minimal Moroccan hotel that is filled with color and charm. Take a look at the impressive Hotel Riad El Fenn.

ONE ROOM INSPIRATION :: MINIMAL MOROCCAN

This hotel first popped up in my feed last December thanks to Rue Magazine, and since I've been drooling over the Cass' travels on the coco+kelley instagram feed, I knew it needed to resurface! The rich color palette adds wonder and warmth to this Marrakesh retreat. Could you imagine vacationing here?!

ONE ROOM INSPIRATION :: MINIMAL MOROCCAN

ONE ROOM INSPIRATION :: MINIMAL MOROCCAN

I'd love to explore every inch of this hotel, including the rooftop terrace below. The textiles against the terra cotta are a gorgeous extension of the color palette. The bold patterns and use of line are the perfect representation of a zen-like Moroccan scene. More importantly, how about the cacti?! For some reason I've been on a large cactus craze and have made it my new goal to find a super amazing one.

ONE ROOM INSPIRATION :: MINIMAL MOROCCAN

Much like myself, I assume you guys are trying formulate a plan that will end in a Moroccan getaway. In the meantime, while I'm saving money and gathering the funds, here's how to bring Morocco to your home...

Get the Look: Minimal Morocco via coco+kelley

1. handwoven moroccan basket // 2. moroccan glass pendant // 3. small planter // 4. vintage moroccan rug // 5. terra-cotta planter // 6. carved wood coffee table // 7. metal wall sconce // 8. linen antique red loveseat // 9. linen cushion cover

It’s all about recreating the key elements. Think of a vintage handmade berber rug on a cool tile floor, with carved wood accents, sheer drapery, linen and natural materials like the woven basket. Use the basics and keep it simple- the minimal look works really well without feeling forced; mixing in a modern piece like the wall sconce updates the entire space. Would you visit Morocco or bring the style into your home? -Sarah

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