Moroccan lanterns, Persian rugs, abundant colors, baroque elements and a lavish style, all of this can express an oriental inspiration in the interior. The oriental decoration is characterized by an enchanting maximalism that comes from an era that has already passed. Although we are all influenced by minimalist modernity, there is no denying the overwhelming impression we get when we immerse ourselves in oriental settings. You have the feeling of being in another world which has its own rules for time and space and where the idea of luxury and abundance arises with every step. It’s very different from contemporary style.
Radiant bedroom and stunning oriental decor
Oriental decoration, a giant headboard
Oriental decoration for an industrial interior
The oriental decoration can still be done with colorful cushions, padded textiles, Moroccan poufs, heavy plush curtains and imposing colors. All objects of oriental origin will help you to achieve a oriental decoration. Purple and turquoise are well-known hues of oriental interiors, as are also the golden elements. Nothing should remain unimportant and without having received the attention of the beholder. Sometimes a single tablecloth with typical fringes and a few cushions will bring the exotic touch to the chosen room. It all depends on the style you want to create – a simple allusion or an interior entirely influenced by oriental cultures.
Oriental style and rustic charm
A welcoming orange bedroom
Original interior with bright color accents
The curved and undulating shapes are very important for the oriental decoration. We can say that in this world invented by men, the feminine forms and the softness of the architecture are highly valued. No rigidity and stylization is allowed. Arches and waves are everywhere – on the backs of chairs, the arches of doors and ceilings, the lines of ceiling lights. Floral patterns further add flexibility and movement to the decoration.
A bright interior with ethnic decoration