Five Ways to Style Moroccan Wool Pots
Traditionally used to store sugar and bread, Woven Wool Pots have been used in Morocco for centuries. Intricately handwoven by skilled artisans, these pots bear the mark of their maker with patterns organically developed and colours intuitively chosen. At Bohemia, our Moroccan Wool Pots have been hand-picked and we love each unique pot. We’ve rounded up some of our favourite ways to style them – the hard part is choosing the one you love the most!
1. Contrast with Neutrals
The wool for these pots are selected according to the taste of each artisan meaning the colour combinations and designs are completely individual. While some may have a loud colour palette, we find that styling them with neutral colours and natural materials strikes a stunning balance.
2. Go Green
Adding plants and greenery to your home is the ideal way to bring the outside in. Use a Moroccan wool pot as a planter to elevate your indoor greenery.
3. Maximalist Styling
We are fans of maximalist styling, and what better way to add a bit of personality to your space than mixing and matching pots against a bold colour.
4. Kitchen Storage
There is nothing more satisfying than an organised kitchen! Add a bit of style and flair by using a Moroccan wool pot to store utensils.
5. A Pop of Colour
If you want to introduce colour into your home but don’t want to commit to paint or bright furniture, a wool pot is the perfect colourful pop of colour for any room!