Known to be the cradle of civilization, the Middle East is a region steeped in ancient culture and religion – much of which has survived to the present day. It's also an area in which multiple influences meet to create colorful and flavorful styles of art, architecture and interior décor. From the markets of Morrocco and the beaches of Israel to the deserts of Iran, there is plenty of beautiful sights and styles for home design inspiration. Here are some easy ways to implement a Middle Eastern touch. One of the most easily recognizable Middle Eastern (and particularly Islamic) artistic traits is geometric patterns. From the shape of the buildings to the prints in fabrics and artwork, geometric patterns are everywhere. You can add these patterns to your home in the form or area rugs, throw pillows or a piece of framed wall art.
Artistic ceramic tiles can be also a variant as a floor covering. However, recently it became popular to laminate the floor. Herewith, floor can be covered with inserts of another picture and color naturally blends with the surrounding background coloring. Great interest for fans of Victorian style is a carpeted floor. The red color of carpeting is well matched with the classic color of this style – light brown. Victorian style in the early stages of its development was in the form of quite bulky interior with a mass of bizarre patterns and ornaments. Furniture had a pretty massive look and lots of carved ornaments also. But over time, this style has become different with sense of proportion. Though the echoes of the old motifs can still be found.
Room colors for interior design in Middle Eastern style. Oriental interior colors include saturated magenta, red, ocher, green and blue color shades. The color azure and all shades of turquoise colors, rich red and juicy orange color shades add brightness, warmth and peaceful feel to modern interior design in Middle Eastern style. Tastefully decorated, Middle Eastern interiors are sensual and festive, but colorful palette feels cozy and comfortable, spiced up with unique atmosphere of Eastern hospitality. Interior design materials and decorating ideas. The most common materials used in oriental interior design and decor are teak wood, ivory,wrought iron and ceramics, mother of pearl, silver, brass, copper and gold-plated metal. Enamel, forging, stamping, basketry, carving and inlay are traditional techniques for creating stunning home furnishings in Eastern style.
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