THE ONLY GUIDE YOU NEED TO SHOP FROM MOROCCO

Morocco is a destination that is characterized by culture, colors, and the charm of the desert. While this destination has a lot to offer, sometimes you don’t know from where you can buy your Handmade Moroccan Items and what you need to buy from Morocco which can be very challenging if you don’t know this country well.

Shopping in Morocco is not just about getting yourself some cool Moroccan souvenirs, it's about finding that one piece that says "I was in Morocco!"

If you’re planning to shop from Morocco, you need this guide to help you organize your must-have list so you don’t get lost in the bazaar or spend hours trying to find something.

TO TURN YOUR HOUSE INTO A MOROCCAN PARADISE


MOROCCAN RUGS:

Traditional Moroccan rugs are very unique and special, each one has a different style and vibe. You can find some that are very minimalist and simple which give a boho decor kind of effect as the Beni Ourain rug. As you can find very colorful ones with various patterns as the Boucherouite or Kilim Rugs. 

Moroccan Rugs can be used as wall coverings or as floor coverings. The colors that are used to decorate Moroccan homes are typically dark and rich, such as deep reds and deep blues but you can find the perfect rug that fits your style in the selection below:

 

MOROCCAN LANTERNS:

There are many ways to incorporate Moroccan decor into your home. One way would be to use traditional Moroccan lanterns for your lighting fixtures or you could even use them as table lamps in a bedroom or living room setting. They give a very traditional yet fancy touch to your home decor. 

MOROCCAN THROW PILLOWS: 

Moroccan throw pillows are a staple when using Moroccan decor because it makes your room feel much more authentic and relaxing in a way that no other pillow can do. Moroccan throw pillows are decorative accessories that are used to make the room attractive. You can use it to decorate your bed, on your sofa, or reading chair for a little bit of color and pattern in the home.

MOROCCAN TRAYS: 

The Moroccan tray will be a beautiful complement to any room as a decorative accent as well as a piece that can be used to serve your favorite tea. The most famous ones are the Moroccan brass trays but you can find many choices with different materials such as wicker and wood. 

MOROCCAN TEACUPS: 

Moroccan teacups, decorated with the typical geometric patterns, are very popular in Morocco. Their rich color, intricate details, and hand-painted patterns create a conversation piece that is valued by many. You can choose from a selection that fits every taste from very colorful ones to the simplest.

MOROCCAN TEAPOTS: 

Moroccan teapots and their unique style and shape can help you to decorate your home and fill it with the warmth and kindness of Moroccan culture. When you choose a Moroccan teapot, you need to make sure its design complements your home decor. You can find a wide variety of unique styles and materials

MOROCCAN POUFS:

Moroccan poufs are a very distinctive Moroccan element of decoration and provide a rich, exotic touch in any room. The dazzling colors and intricate designs of these poufs set them apart from other home accents. If you want a pop of color and a bit of the exotic boho vibe, a pouf is a great way to add life to a room with its vibrant design and free-spirited feel. 

POTTERY:

It’s always nice to give your home a Moroccan touch and we can't think of a better way to do it than by buying a Moroccan Pottery piece from Morocco. In Morocco, pottery is highly regarded and it is produced on an artisan level. It is usually made of clay and carved by hand.

Pottery is the easiest way to give your home a Moroccan touch because you can choose from various styles and patterns. Each pottery is distinctive with its unique shapes, colors, and patterns.

The specific type of pottery you should pick depends only on your taste, so take a look below to see if you’ll find the one piece for you:


WICKER FURNITURE:

Moroccan baskets are a great home accessory and an ideal way of adding a new look to any space of your home! Used as a decorative piece in your living room or as a storage solution in the bedroom, Moroccan baskets come in a wide variety of shapes, sizes, and color schemes as the ones in this selection:

 

TO PAMPER YOUR SKIN

ARGAN OIL: 

Moroccan argan oil is obtained from the kernels of the argan tree and it has been used in Moroccan cosmetics for centuries due to its exceptional emollient and moisturizing properties. Due to its versatility, this organic oil has become a must-have in the arms of many beauty enthusiasts.

MOROCCAN CLAY:

Moroccan clay is an amazing detoxifying agent. It is very well known for its use in the Moroccan beauty cosmetics world. It’s a brown clay only found in a valley in the Atlas mountains of Morocco and it can be used as face masks that tighten and smooth the skin or as hair masks to clean the scalp.

ROSEWATER:

Moroccan Rosewater is a special and unique type of natural mists that is made by the distillation and extraction of flowers and petals. It exists as a traditional and cultural symbol of Morocco. The fragrance of this type of  Moroccan Rose water has a very fresh and flowery aroma but also particular qualities and benefits for the skin that make it stand out from the rest of the mists. 

BLACK SOAP:

Moroccan Black Soap is a rejuvenating and exfoliating soap that gently cleanses your skin. It's made of olive oil and macerated olives with a gel-like consistency and it's an essential part of the Moroccan Hammam Ritual.

TO GIVE YOURSELF THE MOROCCAN LOOK

DJELLABA:

Moroccan Djellaba is a hooded robe traditionally worn by women and men in Morocco. These garments are comfortable, elegant, and exude pride. They are worn as a traditional dress for special events, gatherings, or as a daily outfit. 

MOROCCAN SLIPPERS:

Moroccan slippers are not only warm and comfortable, but they are also very trendy and immediately add style to your outfit. They are made from soft real leather which makes them feel amazing to wear.

BERBER JEWELRY:

Berber jewelry features a bold style that is both traditional and distinctive. Its patterns are inspired by the patterns of the Amazigh symbols. The artistry is further enriched with a variety of metals including gold and silver.

WICKER BAGS:

Wicker bags, or rattan bags, are a must-have in every woman’s wardrobe. They are a huge trend right now and can fit with any style and thanks to their versatility, wicker bags are becoming increasingly popular nowadays.

LEATHER BAGS:

A Moroccan Leather bag is a beautiful accessory for men and women. A classic leather bag will serve you for many years and always look fashionable.

 

TO FEEL THE TASTE OF MOROCCO

MOROCCAN TEA:

Moroccan mint tea, or ATAY in Arabic, is the national obsession of Morocco, and for good reason. It is one of the most delicious teas ever brewed. This concoction of boiled water, strong mint leaves, sweet sugar, long, and tea. It's served in Handblown Moroccan glasses and a tray. You can't find a single Moroccan home without a tea kit. It's a traditional ritual that reflects Moroccan culture.

ARGAN OIL:

Argan oil is an increasingly popular ingredient when it comes to food too and not only beauty. Argan oil is made from the pulp of the argan nut which is pressed and filtered to extract the oil within. This unique fruit only grows in Morocco and isn’t something that you’re likely to find only in Morocco. Get your hands on one of these Gold Liquide from the selection below:

OLIVE OIL:

Moroccan virgin olive oil is the most precious of all oils. It is extracted from the first cold press of olives which helps it retain more flavor than other similar oils. So if you're looking to buy or try something from Morocco, give yourself a tasteful moment with a bite of Moroccan olive oil and bread. 

AMLOU:

Amlou is a paste made of almonds and argan, two ingredients found in Morocco. Argan is the fruit of the argan tree, similar to an olive, but not eaten as extensively. The combo of both almonds and argan is an amazing invitation for your senses to be lost in the  beauty of Moroccan food


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