Boho chic style is very popular for home décor right now and it includes not only boho décor but also gypsy and Moroccan touches to make it look even more wild and relaxed. If you are going boho for your interior, it’s high time to add Moroccan touches here and there, and I’ve gathered the coolest DIYs to help you! These Moroccan home décor DIYs will give a boho feel to your home.
Undeniably, there has been a lot of excitement surrounding Arabic fabrics in the last couple of years. It seems like we are slightly obsessed draping every surface around our homes with the Beni Ouarain rugs, cushions, blankets, table runners, and everything else we can find with fluffy ends and zig zag lines. Here’s a mini version of Moroccan rugs for hot drinks or plants, and it’s a very simple way to make no-sew fabric Moroccan coasters. Your drink will be dying to rest on these! The best thing about this DIY is how easy they are to make. Even if you have an insane amount of coasters at home, suitable for different occasions, these are particularly eye-catching.
Moroccan wedding blankets have been on the design scene for a few years now and are just starting to go more mainstream with offerings at West Elm, Urban Outfitters, and Pottery Barn. This beautiful pillow came in at just $29 for all the fabrics and trims. Most of the fun of this project was placing the lines of alternating fringe, sequins and mohair. Add a touch of Moroccan charm to your home!
What are Moroccan blankets you ask? Moroccan wedding blankets are gorgeous handwoven blankets made by the Berber tribes in Morocco. Culturally their made in anticipation of a wedding (surprise surprise) by the bride’s family. A true labor of love, several hundred sparkling sequins are attached to the woven blanket in hours and hours of work. This a gorgeous Moroccan wedding blanket made of an IKEA Gurli one – one of the coolest IKEA hacks you can imagine! Get ready folks, this DIY is not for the faint of heart! Though it is pretty easy it (with a gorgeous outcome) it is time consuming.
If you have a moody or too neutral garden and wanna spruce it up a little bit, this is a tutorial for you. This painted Moroccan-inspired wood pallet planter will brighten it up and add color. To recreate that Moroccan tiled look you’ll have to paint a wooden pallet with a Moroccan style stencil. Then add plant pots to create a bright summery walled planter. Being made of sturdy pallet wood the planter should hopefully last a good few years!
This craft is a continuation of the previous one as these are bright Moroccan planters! If you don’t have a pallet planter stand, you may go for very catchy and bold Moroccan style planters that can be easily made of Moroccan tiles and super glue. Any plants will look amazing in them!
Moroccan style poufs mostly made of leather are very popular for décor, not only for boho chic but also for various other spaces. These cool pieces can be a little pricey, so if you are ready for crafting, make one yourself! This tutorial will tell you how to do that easily and enjoy the result.
What a Moroccan or boho space without lanterns? You may create cool candle holders with traditional Moroccan patterns if you aren’t ready to make any lanterns right now, and this craft won’t take much time. You’ll need a paper cutter and some cardstock and of course the instructions. Read how to make these cool pieces and spruce up your home with candlelight!
Boho spaces are usually spruced up with bright printed pillows, and you can easily make some integrating a traditional Moroccan patter into décor. This tutorial will tell you how to make plain and simple pillows and then stencil them with a pattern, the possibilities with stencils are endless, and you can incorporate as many as you want. Get inspired!
More stylish Moroccan coasters are welcome! These cute pieces are made of tile and they feature a cool Moroccan pattern. The backing is made of cork, which makes them more comfortable and functional. These coasters glow in the dim light of a girls’ night, complete with wine and nail polish! If you want more ideas, skip Moroccan patterns and go for others.
This lovely table runner is inspired by Moroccan wedding blankets and looks gorgeous. It has fringe and sequin, but the author added additional trim she liked and used gold to match the look of the table. The wedding blankets usually use silver sequins but you may add your personal touches with any shades. The craft is very simple and you won’t spend much time at it. Enjoy!
The DIY Moroccan wood art piece is a great piece to add chic to your boho space and you can customize it to fit your own color palette. The author transformed an old door into a beautiful painted DIY Moroccan wood art piece. The gorgeous look of the artpiece will make your space feel really wild!