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Beautiful Blue Moroccan Lamps for Your Home

Beautiful Blue Moroccan Lamps for Your Home

If you’re looking for the perfect statement piece, then adding blue Moroccan lamps to your home is the way to go. Although not all of these are traditional lamps, they are Moroccan inspired. A metal Moroccan lamp is an easy way to add a splash of Morocco to your home.  

These lamps range from very blue to just a hint of blue and everything in between. You’re sure to find something that fits your blue lamp dreams!

Best Blue Moroccan Lamps for Your Home

Vela Lanterns Moroccan Style Candle Lantern

These lanterns add color, pattern, and an exotic global vibe to your patio or porch. It is a medium-sized lantern with large 6″ high glass panels and a large door opening. You can use tea-light, votive, or small pillar candles up to 3″ x 3″, or get the best effect with matching LED candles or fairy string lights. It is suitable for hanging or use as a freestanding lamp. Because of the colored glass, it is best to keep it out of direct sunlight.

Handmade Swan Neck Moroccan Mosaic Glass Lamp

This is a classic Turkish Moroccan mosaic colorful boho table lamp. It stands at 16” tall with a globe diameter of 6.5”. It is crafted from hand-cut glass pieces and glass beads. This lamp is embellished with a decorative hanging star with a logo. You’ll love the antique brass color engraved metal body. It is sent with a suitable plug and socket, however, a bulb is NOT Included. Keep in mind that you’ll need to use small candelabra bulbs.

Patterned Table Lamp

This contemporary lamp has a blue resin base with a hand-painted white design. It comes with a white fabric shade and an easily accessible rotary switch located on the socket. It is the perfect accent piece and will stand out thanks to its beautifully unique blue color.

Moroccan Mosaic Pendant Ceiling Hanging Light

The beautiful Turkish Moroccan mosaic (plugin ceiling) hanging pendant light is made in Turkey but for US use. It hangs about 26″ with an extra 15-foot cord. It is embellished with a decorative leaf hanging ornament and the body and chain color is made of antique brass. It uses an E12 candelabra bulb (not included). The material is hand-cut glass, glass pieces, and glass beads.

Hanging Moroccan Style Candle Lantern with Chain

Similar to the first in this list, the Morrocan hanging candle lantern with colored embossed glass includes a chain with a hook for hanging. It measures 11 1/2″ tall with a chain length of 12″ long making it have an overall length of 23 1/2″ long. The materials used to make this beauty are iron and glass. It uses tea-light or votive size candles only and is suitable for hanging or use as a freestanding lamp.

Moroccan Pendant Lantern

This lamp will give wonderful patterns on the wall and ceiling if you will use a clear bulb. It is handmade in Morocco, and the metal is galvanized with copper. It has clear and blue glass, and is made by the best Moroccan craftsmen!

Blue Glass Moroccan Lantern

Originating from Morocco, this brass, white milk and blue glass Moroccan lantern, chandelier, pendant, pair adds an exotic and stylish vibe to your living space. The chandelier is made of fine antiqued gold brass, sanded glass in white and blue and features an intricate filigree design. Both chandeliers are recently professionally wired.

Moroccan Table Lamp Lantern

Every mosaic lamp is hand assembled by a craftsman’s thought and individual crafting skill, meaning each lamp is truly unique. The lampshades are combined with a fresh beautiful color and floral pattern. The space is full of Turkey style, warm red as fire, deep blue like the sea, bright green as gem, elegant purple and a golden warm charm. It does come with an E12 bulb.

If adding a Moroccan style to your home is on your to-do list, then one of these blue Moroccan lamps is sure to help you do it. Simply pick out a lamp, then choose a place you’d like to put it. It will instantly add the cultural feel of Morocco to your home.

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