Moroccan Oasis Bedroom

An unfinished bedroom blossoms into a Moroccan oasis.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionLow seating, rich textures and colorful fabrics give the room an authentic Moroccan feel.
Hannah finally has a comfy reading nook for reclining before bed — without disturbing Chris' sleep. Dala creates an authentic Moroccan feel with low seating, rich textures, colorful fabrics and baskets that can be used for storage. Warm tones, reds and oranges, are cooled by green and beige accents throughout the room. Dala grants another wish with a new armoire (with shelving) that oozes Middle Eastern style.

bed frame, antique cupboard – Tierra Del Lagarto
fan (Hampton Bay, Antigua, model 73561 with maple ceiling fan blades, FB0010D-MP) – The Home Depot
stained glass bedside table lamps (73072) – Lamps Plus
woven baskets, framed artwork – Ikea
pillows (Milli Home by Marsha Cutler, basket weave 18" throw pillow, # 10757, multiple colors) – Target
curtains (Wamsutta, Serendipity Red) – Bed Bath & Beyond
paint: walls (Midday Sun) – Dunn-Edwards
faux finish: mixture of burnt umber colorant (oil-based, satin finish), oil-based urethane, Japan dryer, boiled linseed oil

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