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Marrakesh by Design Morrocan Homes Maryam Montague
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raditional Moroccan courtyard, pattern upon pattern of hand-painted tiles are layered to stunning effec
Love the wild combination of patterns. Not easy to do without it becoming jarring.
immensely beautiful Moroccan house with lots of patterns
Moroccan Tiled In this traditional Moroccan courtyard, pattern upon pattern of hand-painted tiles are layered to stunning effect. Want to bring this look home? Tile is a natural complement to white stucco — try mixing two to four different patterns in the same colorway. Finish
3. Moroccan TiledIn this traditional Moroccan courtyard, pattern upon pattern of hand-painted tiles are layered to stunning effect. Want to bring this look home? Tile is a natural complement to white stucco — try mixing two to four different patterns in the same colorway. Finish with a boldly patterned
“Small but beautiful” — Kenzy Anderson
Delia Shades
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Delia Shades' Custom Solar Shades in "Moorish Door" pattern
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Delia Shades' Custom Solar Shades in "Moorish Door" pattern
It's a proprietary pattern. Check out the others on our website (www.deliashades.com) or on houzz.com
It's based on traditional architectural wooden and metal grids, but it's actually a patterned roller shade made
Roller shades printed with a Moroccan zellige pattern add ethnic interest to this spare loft, while assuring privacy from neighbors.
Introduce a subtle pattern. Note how the Moorish pattern on the window shades adds a
a subtle pattern. Note how the Moorish pattern on the window shades adds a subtle decorative layer to this minimally furnished modern loft. Imagine how much plainer the space would look with standard shades.
MOORISH PATTERNED SHADES Introduce a subtle pattern. Note how the Moorish pattern on the window
“Cool” — myberger
SPG Architects
Murray Hill Townhouse
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The kitchen cabinet doors also have a repetitive Moroccan pattern, crafted from wire.
Sinks. Patterned glass
The kitchen cabinet doors also have a repetitive Moroccan pattern, crafted from wire.
“Open cabinet to left of vent hood” — lsovish
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MOROCCAN-INSPIRED CONDO (2013)
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You can purchase these fabrics through a distributor of Joanne Fabrics. I don't know if you can purchase them online without a designer. The patterned fabric is Joanne Oakland 66J001 and the sheer fabric is Joanne Sydney 65J5101.
Nice use of color and pattern... looks relaxing.
Love the patterns and the mirror
Rug defines the colours and patterns in the cushions and accessories
“reading corner” — asha3
Erol Sevimlisoy Emrah Sevimlisoy SevimliMimarlik
Eclectic villa in Istanbul
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hi thank you for your question. the partition is made of timber and it was custom-made for perfect fitting. we designed the pattern as well. :)
Like the geometric patterns which could be worked into thinner pannels
moroccan pattern screen
“Lights under stairs” — ujwalpatel
AlliKristé Custom Cabinetry and Kitchen Design
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Master Baths - The Art of Living!
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Would you kindly share the manufacturer and pattern of this great wallpaper ...
moroccan pattern wallpaper
“The feel” — tamwatson
Elizabeth Reich
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Powder room
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A Moroccan inspired grasscloth from Phillip Jeffries and white wainscoting give a fresh look to the powder room. Thomas O'Brien pendant. Photography by Jamie Sentz Contractor Smart Homes Services http://www.phillipjeffries.com/gallery/designer/241-jenkins_baer_associates.html
Size of the pattern in the wall paper
love the bathroom!! Could you please tell me the size of the pattern in the wall paper please?
room cozy. You can keep it classic by staying with a neutral so that you don't tire of it. I've done a bold patterned glasscloth in a powder room before, in a dark sage with cream pattern and it came out beautifully. Phillip Jeffries is my favorite go-to source but there are others. Good luck!
“Love the wallpaper” — rachelp3
Denilson Machado - MCA Estudio
Guilherme Torres House
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space does not feel Moroccan at all. But the Moroccan-feel patterned fabric on the ottoman creates an interesting contrast against the sparseness of the room.
A good place to introduce pattern, not necessarily this pattern.
colors and mix of styles; bold pattern on the ottoman.
At first glance this minimalist space does not feel Moroccan at all. But the Moroccan-feel patterned fabric on the ottoman creates an interesting contrast against the sparseness of the room.
“A good place to introduce pattern, not necessarily this pattern.” — mKieley Design Studio
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