Morocco is known for its gorgeous handmade zellige tile. Here is a contemporary translation that is just stunning. The teal and orange tile feature geometrics and the Moorish star.
I love the use of Moroccan-inspired arches in this vanity design. The crisp white vanity feels modern and fresh against the dark tiles. Notice how mysterious the lamps feel with a hint of light shining through the lacy pattern.
An elegant master bathroom is enhanced with a Moroccan-inspired pattern in the custom window. Note the arch in the custom vanity — I think this also feels like Moroccan architecture.
I love the dreamy outdoor bed set under iconic Moroccan arches. Note the tone-on-tone pattern in the elegant floor tiles.
So sculptural and simple in form, this stairwell proves the power of a good-looking rug. Moroccan-style rugs are so versatile; they can be modern, traditional or rustic. The patterns are perfect in orange tones set against the geometry of these floor tiles.
A classsic example of zellige-inspired tile. Authentic zellige tile is terra-cotta covered with enamel in the form of chips set in plaster. The patterns are traditionally geometrical mosaics, and the tiles are used mainly on walls, ceilings, fountains, floors and pools.
This jewel of a powder room is graced with an antique vanity and a pair of petite Moroccan-style pendants. This is a very subtle detail that effectively evokes Morocco.
I love the idea of using Moroccan patterns on the floor. Here a beautiful encaustic tile (a ceramic tile in which the pattern is not a product of the glaze but of different colors of clay) is used with neutral furniture for a global-modern vibe.
This vintage Moroccan screen was sprayed black and made into a custom four-poster bed. Notice the great color combination of green and black for this whimsical guest bedroom.
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.