Moroccan Lighting

Moroccan lighting include lanterns, candles, lamps...etc, when fantastic design and vivid colors meet together, elaborated geometric forms and unique raw materials. Moroccan Lighting can make your home a place which is softly lit and very appealing.

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Too often lighting is one of the overlooked components when it comes to home decoration, and through this blog we will show you nice collection of everything about Moroccan lighting + Nice Ideas.

Collection of Moroccan lanterns, candles and lamps:

Moroccan Lighting Measures Made from Evaluation
Purple Moroccan Candle Lantern 4" x 4" x 10" high Metal and glass On amazon
Red Glass Metal Moroccan Candle 4 1/2" x 3 3/4" x 10 1/4" high Metal and glass On amazon
Green Glass Metal Moroccan Candle 4-1/2" x 3-3/4" x 10-1/4" high Metal and glass On amazon
Iron Moroccan Candle 4 1/8" square x 13" high Iron On amazon
Ocean Blue Glass Lantern N/A Metal and glass On amazon
Blue Hexagon Moroccan Candle Lantern 4 1/4" x 3 3/4" x 10" tall, 11 1/4" tall Iron and glass On amazon
Moroccan Lantern N/A Iron and glass On amazon
White Moroccan Lantern N/A Metal and glass On amazon
MOROCCAN-STYLE STAR LANTERN N/A Metal and glass On amazon
White Moroccan Lantern N/A Metal On amazon
Orange Glass Moroccan Lantern N/A Metal On amazon
White Glass Moroccan lantern N/A Iron On amazon
White Moroccan Lantern N/A Iron with glass On amazon
Mini Moroccan Lantern N/A Metal with glass On amazon
Metal Lantern N/A Metal On amazon


Nice Ideas - Moroccan Lighting:

Moroccan lighting 1st Idea

1st Idea :  Aluminum Lanterns
Moroccan lighting, Aluminum Lanterns

•    Decorative aluminum sheets
•    Tin snips, scissors (to cut metal)
•    Ruler or tape measure
•    20-gauge wire, cut into 6-inch lengths
•    Emery cloth (sandpaper for metal)
•    Krylon black primer (optional)

Step 1: Cut sheeting to desired size strips using tin snips. Use household containers like cylindrical oatmeal boxes and soup cans to figure out the dimensions you want. A 10 x 17-inch piece makes a large lantern; a 4 x 10-inch strip a votive size. Lightly sand any rough edges with emery cloth.

Step 2: Roll the metal strip into a cylinder, using food containers as a mold and overlapping the cut ends slightly. To secure, twist wire through openings in the mesh evenly spaced at the top, bottom and middle along the seam. Depending on size, each lantern will require from two to six pieces of wire. Turn edges of wire to inside of lamp and trim any excess.

Step 3: To finish, spray surface with two coats of black primer, letting it dry in between applications. Or spray primer followed by a coat or two of spray paint in the color of your choice.

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Moroccan lighting 2nd Idea
2nd Idea :  DIY paper lanterns

Moroccan lighting, DIY paper lanterns

paper lanterns
What you’ll need:

•    wrapping paper or card stock
•    double sided tape
•    x-acto knife or scissors
•    little jars
•    tea lights

paper lanterns

How to:
  1. For the big lantern, cut the paper to about 8×8 in. (~20x20cm), for the small one about 8×6 in. (~20x15cm). The paper will need to be long enough to wrap around the jars once, plus about 1/4″ — 1/2″ overlap.
  2. Fold the paper in half.
  3. Cut a series of straight lines in the paper, cutting over the fold, about 1/4″ — 1/2″ apart. Make sure to stop about 1 1/2″ from the edge.
  4. Unfold the paper and roll the paper on both sides, so the fold is sticking outward.
  5. Tape the sides together.
  6. Place a jar with tea light inside the lantern and light the candle.
  7. Feel cozy. ;)
paper lanterns

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Moroccan lighting 3rd Idea

3rd Idea :  Moroccan Lanterns using glass-jar

Moroccan lighting, Moroccan Lanterns

•    old glass jars (spaghetti jars, jam jars or any plain glass jar will work)
•    gold dimensional puff paint
•    glass paint (Delta or Pebeo Vitrea glass paint are great options)
•    paintbrush
•    wire (optional, for hanging lanterns)

1. Remove labels and any glue residue from the glass jars and allow them to dry completely.

2. Apply the gold dimensional paint in various patterns. You can use the applicator tip to create small stud-like dots, draw various decorative patterns or push around the paint to create solid areas of gold. Let dry.


3. Pour a small amount of glass paint inside the jar and use your paintbrush to drag the paint up the sides of the jar, coating all of the jar’s interior. Let dry.

Moroccan Lanterns, glass-jar

4. Your lanterns are now ready to enjoy indoors or out! Simply fill them with candles or add loops of fine-gauge wire to the tops for easy hanging.

Moroccan Lanterns using glass-jar

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