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Why Interior Designers are Picking Moroccan Furniture over other Themes

Moroccan furniture is one of the main themes of interior designing today. Many people, especially those who are into home designing and decorations know that the Moroccan theme of interior designing is one of the most elegant and beautiful ways of creating a good ambiance in your home. The elegance and exoticness found in Moroccan art are one of a kind which adds beauty to these home accessories. Everybody is aware at some levels that decorating one’s home is a vital or necessary part in its maintenance and care and is a need that any home owner must address. The Moroccan theme is basically a type of oriental style of designing which comes from Morocco which is situated in the western part of the Saharan Desert, lies directly below Spain and adjacent to Algeria. This country has been producing beautiful accessories for home designing for centuries and has captivated most of Europe for centuries.

Today, Moroccan furniture has been widely accepted by many people from many countries and has incorporated into their designing styles. From Morocco, their designs have quickly spread to its neighboring countries namely, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, Egypt and Saudi Arabia. Most of these countries have widely regarded Moroccan art as one of the best examples of Saharan art. This popularity doubled when these products began to be exported to European countries, especially in the United Kingdom and then spread towards Asia and now finally it is beginning to reach the United States and the Americas. Moroccan art first became a national trend in the United States during the 1960s when most Americans are experiencing a cultural revolution and change, partly because of media influences and the impact Interior designers have and the endorsements of celebrities and influential people. After this seeming brief interlude in American fashion design, the fad waned down. However, though the trend cooled off, the mark of Moroccan art has already created an indelible mark on the fashion minds of society.

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