Bring a little Moroccan Spice into your Life

Take a look around the high street at the moment and you will see plenty of delightful products all highly influenced by the latest trend of Moroccan Spice.

From Fashion to furniture and homeware to food this style is truly all around us and we love it!

There are so many beautiful shapes and colours to be seen, it cannot help but brighten your mood and get your soul ready for the summer.

In homeware design this is where we get really inspired and we really love how this vibrant look mixes amazing mosaic tiling in Moorish patterns with jewel tone fabrics and with gold metallic and bright bold colours. Lighting is also very important in this look and there are so many beautiful lamps out there to choose from. So if you can’t make it to Marrakech yourself this year (like us ☹) why not bring the Moroccan vibe into your home 😊 !

Traditional Moroccan interiors are usually highly extravagant and full of intricate detail. The modern interpretations of Moroccan classics are a great fit for contemporary homes. Bold, geometric prints inspired by traditional Moroccan motifs are cropping up on pillows, rugs and upholstered pieces of furniture. Try pairing a chic, contemporary chair with a beautiful side table such as this one from the tangier range next to it.

The Moroccan trend also lends itself really well to outdoor living and that is something huge at the moment. More and more home lovers are turning their gardens into another living space and defiantly not letting the British weather defeating them by enjoying dining outdoors at home. With the abundance of outdoors furniture available now, we really are spoiled for choice!

Morocco has certainly found its way into our home and one of our favourite weekend meals is all about the wonderful spices from tagine cooking. So forget the barbecues release your inner Moroccan flair where even the pots you cook and/or serve from are beautiful in themselves. This wonderful recipe from Rick Stein is truly home-made cooking where even the spice ras-el-hanout is made at home yet it is so easy and the tagine pretty much makes it a one pot cooking affair. Just perfect to enjoy if entertaining friends on a summer evening. Served up with the most fragrant couscous inside a stunning tagine, you will be sure to impress.

Here are the full recipe details for you to try at home

https://www.lifestylefood.com.au/recipes/3791/moroccan-lamb-tagine-with-buttered-couscous