How to Bring Home the Bohemian Moroccan Look

How to Bring Home the Bohemian Moroccan Look | Lonny.com
(All photos © Neil Davenport courtesy of Bar Palladio)
In the May 2014 issue of Lonny, Associate Editor Mackenzie Schmidt wrote about the killer interiors at Jaipur's Bar Palladio, "a watering hole whose vibe can best be described as Midnight in Paris meets The Darjeeling Limited." It was an instant hit with the Lonny staff, for good reason: the cocktail lounge perfectly encapsulates our love of Mughal opulence and the bohemian café culture of the early 20th century. Here's what you need to bring the look home.

How to Bring Home the Bohemian Moroccan Look | Lonny.com
1. Lanterns Designed by Marie-Anne Oudejans, founder of fashion and beauty brand Tocca, in collaboration with owner Barbara Miolini, Bar Palladio casts its spell with the help of diffuse light that glows from intricate brass lanterns hanging from the ceiling.

How to Bring Home the Bohemian Moroccan Look | Lonny.com
2. Florals Hand-painted murals and fanciful blue-and-white flourishes in saturated hues decorate the alcoves and walls, while pastel-shaded embroidery crops up on tufted ottomans and pillows.

How to Bring Home the Bohemian Moroccan Look | Lonny.com
3. Canopies True, these appear on the bar's outdoor patio, but they'd work just as well over a guest room daybed or as the focal point of a grand master bedroom.

How to Bring Home the Bohemian Moroccan Look | Lonny.com
4. Latticework Use them in place of spindles in stair railings, as partitions between rooms, or merely as decorative accent pieces along your home's walls.
I'm the former Deputy Editor at Lonny.
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