We've searched the stores and online bazaars (such markets are called souks in Morocco) to find you the most unique Moroccan accents.
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Haggle over a beautiful piece of merchandise in Morocco and you might just be asked to negotiate over a refreshing glass of mint tea. What civilized shopping! In fact, tea is a really important part of Moroccan hospitality, something we could use a bit more in our own homes. And what a way to drink tea: in beautifully decorated glasses from www.berberimports.com.
Student designer Tylor Jeffery is put to the test as he is chosen to turn the large, stark great room of Kimberly and Robert...
The Design on a Dime team redesigns dorm-style decor into a Moroccan-inspired living room for less than $1,000.(9 photos)
An incomplete attempt at bohemian style is finished with a unique canopy and eclectic, luxurious fabrics.(2 photos)