A Moroccan Pattern With Coastal Style

Saffron Marigold - Updated: October 14, 2020

Casablanca


Our ode to Casablanca begin with a Moroccan pattern that bears the name of the famed city. We journey into Moroccan decor inspired by Atlantic waters, mint tea, and vivid celebrations.  This Moroccan pattern is equally at home in coastal living rooms, classic white kitchens, and bohemian dining rooms. Find linens for your kitchen, living room, dining room, bedroom, and bathroom.

Float airy blue and white curtains above the kitchen window

Blue and white curtains bring a fresh, crisp feeling to a space, summoning images of crisp skies and clear waters. Our valances feature delicate beads that dance beneath block printed fabric; our café curtains provide elegance and privacy.  Whichever set of Moroccan curtains you choose, you’re sure to add beauty to your blue and white kitchen, coastal kitchen, or bohemian home! 

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white and blue tablecloth in a Moroccan pattern
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Casablanca Round Tablecloth

For a bright, beachy feeling in a coastal kitchen (or any kitchen), cover your table with a blue and white tablecloth in a Moroccan pattern.

white and blue table runner in a Moroccan pattern
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Casablanca Table Runner

Effortlessly elegant, our blue and white table runner offers you an easy way to dress up your kitchen table.

Novica

Fair Trade Ceramic Teapot

Fair trade and crafted by hand, this whimsical teapot delivers lighthearted charm.

glass teacups in a Moroccan pattern
Casablanca Market

Luxury Tea Glasses, Ifrane mix

Use these hand-painted glasses to hold votives or to serve traditional mint tea in style.

A Moroccan pattern makes for a magical living room

With its quatrefoil pattern and blue and white palette, our Moroccan pattern feels global, classic, and chic. Moroccan decor offers interest and beauty, so you’ll always be in style with a set of Moroccan curtains in your living room. Add a generous pouf, a set of pillows, and other creature comforts for a living room that feels as inviting as it looks!

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throw pillow in Moroccan pattern
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Casablanca CP Euro Sham

Rendered in blue, green, and white, this oversized pillow embodies the concept of bringing the outdoors in.

white and blue pillow in a Moroccan pattern
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Casablanca White Euro Sham

Moroccan decor is all about comfortable, beautiful pieces that blend together, so be sure to have plenty of pillows with Moroccan patterns around for ease and style. 

Chicca Besso

Mediterranean Tile Prints

Punches of orange conjure Mediterranean vibes and offer complementary color to our Moroccan pattern.

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Light Blue Theia Rug

If our Moroccan pattern were to choose a flooring partner, then it might very well choose this rug that captures all its hues underfoot.

Dress your dining room in Moroccan decor 

A blue and white tablecloth is a table linen you can use year-round. Topped with metallics, it exudes regal luxury. When set with handmade pottery, it brims with boho flair. And to create even more of a feast for the eyes, play with texture and pattern by laying a complementary table runner across a Moroccan tablecloth.

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blue table runner with a Moroccan pattern
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Casablanca Blues Table Runner

Spread a blue and white table runner like this across a plain table for relaxed style. On the other hand, use it over our Royal Mansour Moroccan tablecloth for a refined coastal dining room.

white and blue table runner in a Moroccan pattern
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Casablanca Dinner Napkins

Create a place setting with cloth napkins like these to welcome your guests to a table that vibrates with Moroccan zeal.

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Memories of Shalimar Dinner Napkins

Grassy green linens draw on Casablanca’s green accents, but gilded details make the table setting all the more luxe.

Sherman Artworks

Sterling Silver Blue and Yellow Blown Glass Candlesticks

Create an artistic look at your dining table by gracing it with candlesticks made from blown glass set and sterling silver.

Add Moroccan patterns for a romantic bedroom

Even though you may not live in Casablanca, you can surround yourself with the romance, history, and beauty of that seaside realm through Moroccan style. A blue and white bedroom is the standard for peaceful relaxation, and using that color scheme in a Moroccan bedroom will carry your dreams to that faraway land on the African coast.

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West Elm

Moroccan Leather Pouf in Tan

Instead of a basic bench, why not place two poufs at the foot of your bed to infuse your blue and white bedroom with pure Moroccan style?

The Well Apointed Home

Slate Quatrefoil Bone Inlay Mirror

If you’ve fallen in love with Casablanca’s quatrefoils, then why not embrace them fully? Echo the pattern in a subtle way with a mirror that shares its shape.

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Moonlit Taj Curtains

Patterns that feature similar colors make it easy to mix patterns, so have fun decorating and mix in a few Indian-inspired curtains with your Moroccan decor!

Ettitude

Organic Bamboo Sheets in Starlight Blue

Soft shades of blue whisper of clear waters (and pair perfectly with Casablanca bedding).

Use a Moroccan pattern to bliss out in a blue & white bathroom

The key to creating the perfect coastal bathroom is to use blue and white, but the secret to the perfect Moroccan bath is to hang a Moroccan shower curtain. Enjoy the best of both worlds with Casablanca.

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Under The Canopy

Organic Cotton Bath Sheet in Juniper

Tease out the green tones from Casablanca for a fresh, natural look.

Serena & Lily

Healdsburg Bath Rug in Coastal Blue

You need something soft underfoot against cool tile floors, and this sky blue mat with tassels is just the thing.

 

white cafe curtain or white bathroom curtain with a Moroccan pattern
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Royal Mansour Moroccan Pattern Café Curtain

A white on white Moroccan pattern is crisp, light, and perfect for any room where you need equal amounts of privacy and natural light.

blue valance with a Moroccan pattern
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Casablanca Blues Beaded Valance

Let the sun shine in by skimming your windows with a royal blue valance.

Mix and match Saffron Marigold

If you love the look and quality of Saffron Marigold linens, then you may want to build your collection and mix and match Casablanca with some of our other global prints!  In addition to Casablanca Blues, the natural accompaniment to Casablanca, the following Saffron Marigold linens coordinate beautifully:

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Memories of Shalimar

Accented in gold and featuring navy blue on a green ground, Memories of Shalimar carries a dash of grand Eastern style. Linens from this collection make a lovely addition to your Casablanca textiles. Try these patterns together to create an exquisite traditional interior or a layered bohemian look.

Midnight Lotus
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Midnight Lotus

Calling all lovers of blue! If you’re drawn to the blue rendering in Casablanca and you love floral prints, then this pairing is for you. With lotus flowers swirling across a radiant royal blue ground, Midnight Lotus brings a feminine, elegant air to Casablanca.

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Moonlit Taj

If you’re looking for a way to use different patterns, then consider marrying Casablanca with Moonlit Taj. Each print features two shades of blue along with a green on a milky white ground. Because of the shared color scheme, mixing (not matching!) linens will be a breeze.

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Royal Mansour

Royal Mansour is a perfect example of an interesting, textural white: white medallions are printed by hand across a white ground. Anchored in Moroccan style, this collection mixes beautifully with Casablanca.

Putting it all together

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