Call it Bedouin Bohemian, Middle Eastern artistry, or globally gorgeous, but Moroccan designs are definitely having a moment.The mandalas, ogee designs and intricate tile motifs in the latest designs from York Wallcoverings have a sensual, storied sensibility that appeals to both designers and design enthusiasts, including the more nomadic Millennials. Saturated, rich colors enhance the global look that speaks to a world beyond one’s four walls.
Belle of the Ball‘s mosaic-inspired print is composed of seed-like fragments arranged to mimic simple flowers and scrolling lines. The raised print and pearly accents add texture and dimension.
Dressed up Damask features a raised print combining desert neutrals with shades of blue and green in an intricate ogee pattern of medallions and braids that paint a picture of palms against the skies of a clear Arabian night.
Athens combines clean lines and modern shapes, the colorful pattern creates a relaxed vibe and mimics hand-made Moroccan tiles at a fraction of the cost.
Incense Wheel boasts gleaming pearl accents nestled in elaborate star mandala shapes hover above a linen embossed backdrop to create a Zen-like sensibility in any space.
Artistic Twist is printed on a ground with the textural look of fine linen, interlocking shapes twist and turn like the narrow streets of a Moroccan souk market or the ironwork of a palace gate.
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