Chic Morrocan-style is zen; the deep seated sofas, pillows, beautifully textured fabrics and colors, bubble lanterns, and the unpretentiousness of it all suggesting that we mustn’t be sitting stiff and proper all the time, but rather recline, lounge, enjoy the moment. Japanese tatami style is a close tie, but that’s another blog. TBH, this love affair began with the Indiana Jone’s, “Temple of Doom” film when they sit on the floor at the long dining table, leaning upon beautifully ornate pillows; been smitten ever since.
That’s why when I saw this Roche Bobois Mah Jong Modular Sofa I got tingles… Granted you need some serious square footage – and just one module of this lovely decor can run about $3,500, making the whole shebang about $30,000 if you’re down for it.
The Mah Jong sofa was first designed in the 70’s by Hans Hopfer for Roche Bobois in Paris. We can thank (more like bow down) Hopfer for this now timeless classic design.
If you like to entertain like I do, Moroccan-style can be very yummy inspiration. Maybe a $30,000 modular takes up too much square footage, as well as Benjamin$, so opt for cushions, tapestries, poufs, pillows, throws to spice up your ambience.
Are you equally into boho moroccan chic style? If you have resources to similar producers of such decor, by all means please, share in the link below or DM us. Always on the hunt for great ambience.
Some favorite stock footage of the Roche Bobois Mah Jong Modular Sofa and other inspirations: