If you’re looking for home office spare bedroom ideas, you might like these Moroccan inspired bedroom suggestions. This is perfect for anyone who wants to maximise the use of available space in a stylish way. It could become a room for relaxation and escapism as well as a place to catch up on office work or admin tasks. I’ve picked out a few Moroccan decor pieces in dark colours and with Moorish style patterns. It’s not a fully-fledged Moroccan recreation, it is more of an essence and a mood so will be super stylish rather than too literal. I’m hoping that these home office spare bedroom ideas will give you some inspiration for your own space.
Home Office and Spare Bedroom Fusion
Furniture for Home Office Spare Bedroom Ideas
Let’s start with the work arrangements. In terms of a desk, there are quite a few shelf style options now which you can flip down from the wall if you are really tight on space. If you do have room though you might prefer something like this Claudia Desk which is constructed from metal and glass. It is slightly industrial in style, I know it isn’t within the Moroccan theme but it is neutral so would work with any décor and you can also use it elsewhere in your home. It features a patterned glass panel around the sides and the back so it can work as a console table. The measurements are 92cm high, 101cm wide and 51cm in depth – £495 from Rose and Grey. That brushed aluminium fold up chair is also available to buy – £85 from Rose and Grey.
Metal and Glass Home Office Desk and Fold Up Metal Chair from Rose & Grey
In terms of the storage, a chest of drawers is somewhere you could stash your office papers and sundries. The top surface is ideal for a TV or perhaps a computer printer if required. If you are feeling generous you can always keep the top drawer available for your guests. Select a chest which is small enough to combine as a bedside table so you can minimise the number of furniture items. I was smitten by this Boro Star Three Drawer Dresser. Designed by Tracey Boyd, the pattern is inspired by Japanese patched indigo textiles known as boro. This attention-grabbing pattern sits within a black metal frame. Although it is Japanese influenced, I think that it has a Moroccan vibe about. The measurements are 86cm high, 86cm wide and 48cm deep – £1320 from Anthropologie (UK).
Blue Patterned Three Drawer Dresser from Anthropologie UK (Picture Affiliate Link)
If you usually have single guest sleepovers you could try a daybed instead of a traditional bed which will give this space more usage options. You can always make your own daybed by placing two single mattresses on top of each other, covering with a dhurrie rug and populating with an array of Moroccan inspired cushions. This Turkish-inspired Sigrid Daybed has that all-important low profile thanks to the Mango wood frame. With a woven dhurrie rug decoration, it offers a soft and textural feel. The removable bolster pillows are perfect for resting your head when you want to read a book. The teak legs offer further decoration and an elegant finish. The measurements are 63.5cm high, 183cm wide and 84cm in depth – £1500 from Anthropologie (UK).
Dhurrie Daybed from Anthropologie UK (Picture Affiliate Link)
Finishing Touches for Home Office Spare Bedroom Ideas
To dress this room I’ve selected a few finishing touches which might make it more welcoming for you and your guests. I’ve gone for dark colours to create a night-time mood. The Zeia Navy Tile Rug is the perfect way to make this room cosy. It’s a mix of 80% wool and 20% cotton and features a Moroccan pattern for interest. There are two sizes, the large is 240cm high and 150cm wide for £265 while the small is 180cm high and 120cm wide for £165 – Graham & Green.
Navy Blue Moroccan Tile Pattern Rug from Graham & Green (Picture Affiliate Link)
A smattering of cushions on the daybed is a great way to make a guest room more inviting. The Alezia Embroidered Cushion has an exotic feel and is beautiful in this navy colour. The measurements are 30.5cm long and 76cm wide – £68 from Anthropologie (UK).
Navy Blue Embroidered Cushion from Anthropologie (Picture Affiliate Link)
These bamboo Starburst Baskets are brilliant for keeping your clutter in an orderly fashion. Whether it’s laundry, children’s toys or magazines, you can gather everything together and hide it from view. With the blue background and white stars, the design is adorable. The set consists of three baskets, the small is 30.5cm high and 29cm wide, the medium is 40cm high and 36cm wide and the large is 57cm high and 38cm wide and has a lid – £198 from Anthropologie (UK).
Bamboo Baskets with Navy and White Stars from Anthropologie (Picture Affiliate Link)
These Raw Silk Curtains in black are embellished with jute lace at the top and bottom. They are floaty and have a vintage come rustic charm about them. They are machine washable which is great news. The measurements are 274cm long and 127cm wide – £148 from Anthropologie (UK).
Black Raw Silk Curtains from Anthropologie (Picture Affiliate Link)
For a final touch, you could include one of these Tangier Lanterns. Made from zinc and glass they are made for holding a candle. They come in four different shapes and sizes – £15.95-28 from Graham & Green.
Zinc and Glass Candle Lanterns from Graham & Green (Picture Affiliate Link)
Where to Buy Items for Home Office Spare Bedroom Ideas
If you’ve fallen in love with any of these pieces, you can buy from the following online stores.
Author: Homegirl London. Photographs: Rose and Grey, Anthropologie (UK) and Graham & Green. Thanks: No one assisted with this feature. Disclosure: This feature includes the following affiliate partner links – Anthropologie (UK) and Graham & Green (if you click through from my website and purchase items from the affiliates I will earn a small commission).