If you want to add some international interest to your home, there’s no better way to do it than with some divine Moroccan-inspired decor.
New Moroccan-Inspired Rugs from Tigmi Trading
This new collection from Tigmi Trading is packed full of finds to bring global influence to your interior.
While the range includes vintage Turkish kilims, cane rugs expertly over dyed, and extra large cushions made from vintage Turkish carpets, it’s the beautifully vintage Boujad runners, muted Kilims and the super soft hand loomed bath towels that have caught my eye.
The divine Boujad rugs you see above feature gorgeous muted tones of reds, pinks and corals; punctuated with pops of colour in cooler hues. They each have a beautifully faded quality that can instantly add texture and interest to a room.
The runners are great in hallways, entryways or beside the bed too. And if you’d not normally consider yourself a fan of red decor, it’s time to broaden your horizons – because these pieces are stunning and can become the focal point in an otherwise subdued room.
The loom towels you see above are made sustainably and ethically in a small Turkish community. They’re woven by hand on old shuttle-looms, keeping with traditional craftsmanship. They feature certified organic cotton and dyes, and are packed with plushness.
I’m told that they can actually last for decades if cared for properly. And the more you wash then, the softer and more absorbent they will become, so there’s no need to be too precious with these beauties. They’re a low-maintenance must-have and each design is limited edition (coming in a Coastal Stripe, Apricot or Monochrome colourway).
As I said above, I love the global feel these bring to a space. I find Moroccan decor, or homewares inspired by this area of the world, are rich in interested and have a sense of history to them. There’s a story behind pieces like this that really appeals to me. And on a purely aesthetic level, they look absolutely stunning.
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Are you into Moroccan decor and homewares like the pieces shown here from Tigmi Trading? I’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments below.