5 top decoration shops in Marrakech


After having gotten yourself lost in the backstreets of the Medina, having tasted quirky local cuisine and having visited palaces and museums, there is one more thing left to do in the Marrakech things to do: Shopping! Be aware that there is a lot of shopping, a lot of made in China where you’d expect to find local handicraft. In order to ease up your life, here’s our list of top 5 shopping spots in Marrakech. Sorry for the ones we didn’t put in there, we love you anyway!


Galerie Pop

Placed in a big luminous loft in the industrial neighbourhood of Marrakech, Galerie Pop is something in between a design store and a creators’ shop. Each artist, all Moroccan, has his/her own space which they decorate to their taste to put forward their work. Between unexpected lights, funky furniture, decorative objects and ceramics, every budget will find something. In short, Galerie Pop is Alibaba’s modern cave.


Open Monday-Friday from 10am to 6pm, and Saturday from 10am to 2pm / Phone : +212 524-336008

109 – 4, Avenue Principale, ZI Sidi Ghanem



In Gueliz’s famous rue de la Liberté, you will find two little jewels: the Orientaliste shops. One will find daily life objects, from the most traditional to the most surprising as well as a selection of candles and interior perfumes, furniture, paintings, potteries, etc… If you’re looking for a little something chic to bring back from Marrakech, this could well be the place you’re looking for!


11 and 15 rue de la Liberté

Guéliz – Marrakech

Phone : + 212 (0)524434074


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Kif Kif

At the limit of the Medina, one can walk right by this local boutique specialized in modernized handicraft without noticing it. The atmosphere is ethnic chic; you will find a large collection of bags, jewellery, accessories, but also decorative objects and furniture… We have a thing for their redesigned purses in spring colours with recycled material. Bonus: The prices are very reasonable and make this shop ideal for all budgets.


Open daily form 10am to 2pm and from 3pm to 7pm / Phone : +212 677-171420

9, Derb el Kadous, rue El Ksour

Médina – Marrakech 


Owl Concept Store

Located in the heart of Gueliz, this place is the hippest and grisliest shop of Marrakech: Owl Concept Store. In this concept store dedicated to creation, design and fashion, everything has been studied to be simple and elegant: exclusive fabrics, jewellery you won’t find elsewhere, purses and bags but also cushions, curtains, tableware furniture and perfumed candles, this place has it all !

This bohemian chic style makes Owl Concept Store a unique address in Marrakech. Prices range from 100 mad to 2,000 mad, simply don’t miss out on it!


Open from Monday to Saturday from 10 am to 1pm and from 2 :30pm to 8pm / Phone: +212 524 43 58 83 

89, rue Med el Beqal

Guéliz – Marrakech


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Slow Concept Store

Hidden away in Gueliz, it is the eco friendly and trendy boutique of Marrakech. Its thing is fair trade and it shows! Slow Concept Store offers all sorts of products that were given a second life through sheer creativity. This is their signature: reinvent a purpose for everyday life objects to make them exceptional objects.

For example, all shades turned into a TV table or Jerri canes turned into coffee tables. For smaller objects, we loved the paintings, the coloured cushions and the carpets! In short, Slow Concept Store brings back to life objects we thought warn out. We reckon you’d happilly take a few back home like we did!

Open everyday from 10am to 7pm except Sunday / Phone : +212 524-433372

76 Boulevard el Mansour Eddahbi


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A few years ago, Rachel, born and raised in Switzerland, discovered by chance the ocher city. But what followed was in no way due to chance. Her curiosity was thoroughly aroused, she strove, in the course of her academic work, to reconstruct the puzzle of the architectural heritage of Gueliz. She went through tons of archives, interviewed the city's living memories and explored its sleepy nooks. Today, Rachel tells her stories on a shiny sidecar and published a book with Editions Sarrazines & Co retracing all her finds on the Gueliz.