The kitchen is a great place to start your Moroccan makeover. North African-inspired tiles are an easy and timeless way to jazz up a tired backsplash or floor and hand-painted bowls and platters make fantastic centrepieces. Don't forget a tagine - no kitchen in Marrakech would be complete without this conical earthenware dish to help slow-cook exotic and fragrant traditional stews.
Large Traditional Tagine, £29.99, lakeland.co.uk
Marrakech Decorative Serving Plate, £18, okadirect.com
Choose a statement piece, such as an eye-catching coffee table, to be the central focus of the room. Or opt for carved seat bases or inlayed chests which contrast beautifully with bold colours and plush cushions and pouffes. To create even more texture and layers, fill an empty corner or divide the room with a decorative wooden screen.
Marrakech Coffee Table, £575, alexanderandpearl.co.uk
Living by Christiane Lemieux Moroccan Side Table, £359, houseoffraser.co.uk
"A visit to Marrakech was a great shock to me. This city taught me colour"
Late fashion designer Yves Saint-Laurent, whose favourite holiday destination was Morocco.
In Moroccan design, the more cushions the better (just ask the Moroccan restaurant at ClubHotel Riu Tikida Dunas). Clashing is cool - mix warm yellows and hot pinks with rich purples and dazzling greens, and extend your pillow palette onto ethnic rugs and wall hangings.
"Keep the rest of your décor white or neutral if you want subtle bohemian flair," says Nadia. "Or paint your walls a warm terracotta shade to transform your space." Complete the look with a couple of patterned floor cushions, which makes for relaxing and informal seating.
John Lewis Figueria Cushion in Picante, £30, johnlewis.com
Fab Habitat Tangier Hand-Woven Rug in Orange, £35.99, wayfair.co.uk
Moroc Rug in Multicolour, £249, made.com
Carved frames, metal bowls and trays can all be used to bring energy to overlooked spaces. Swap out your ordinary bathroom mirror for something more embellished, place a cluster of ceramic vases on a hallway table or hang an ornamental metal dish as wall art at the bottom of your stairs.
Moroccan Style Dish Wall Art, £29.99, dunelm.com
Kasbah Mother Of Pearl Wall Mirror in Grey, £189, atkinandthyme.co.uk
Lanterns are a key element to Moroccan style. When hung from the ceiling, these delicate pieces made from metal and coloured glass cast warming shadows. Add even more atmosphere by placing candles in hurricane lamps or brightly-hued tea glasses that feature Moorish patterns. Nadia says: "Arrange some lanterns on your kitchen windowsill to give your cooking space a taste of exotic inspiration.
Moroccan Jewelled Pendant, £29.99, therange.co.uk
Moorish Iron Windlight, £95, lombok.co.uk
Check out Morocco’s style for yourself.
All arched doorways and patterned tiles, the18th-century Riad Catalina is dressed in a beautiful, traditional Moroccan style.
Set inside a riad, Les Jardins de la Koutoubia fuses traditional charm with plush rooms – minutes from Marrakech’s medina.
is stylish inside and out, pairing gorgeous interiors with a smart pool and beachfront setting.
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