3,745 moroccan lamp Bath Design Photos

Carla Aston | Interior Designer
11 Reviews
Master Bath Remodel Limestone
Ideabooks8,445
Questions8
behind the tub for bathing products and the wall mount faucet. A spa-like ambience with an ethnic vibe is evident with the smooth, modern tub and Moroccan fixture. At night it creates an exotic, intricate pattern on the plain envelope. See the BEFORE images and read the story of this remodel at the
Combination of Moroccan lamp with spot lights
“tub and wall behind” — letsdecorate
Holly Marder
Houzz Tour: Cheerful family home shines with vintage touches
Ideabooks241
Questions2
Hi there, it's a moroccan lamp, purchased on a family holiday. A quick internet search revealed a great supplier of similar fixtures that will give off a similar effect when lit: http://zenza.nl/ Good luck, Holly
Moroccan lamp casts interesting patterns of light on the wall.
Add to Ideabookby Holly Marder by Holly Marder In the guest bathroom, a Moroccan lamp casts interesting patterns of light on the wall. Hallway paint: String by Farrow & Ball
I am CRAZY about those pierced Moroccan looking lanterns! Look at the lacy pattern it makes all around.
In the guest bathroom, a Moroccan lamp casts interesting patterns of light on the wall. Hallway paint: String by Farrow & Ball
“Pierced metal Moroccan lantern?” — Kat O'Neill
Jonathan McGrath Construction, LLC
18 Reviews
Custom Bath wth Japanese Soaking Tub
Ideabooks2,040
Questions5
Wow. Wow. Love the moroccan style lamp, the stone floors, the tile counter, the raised sinks, that AMAZING tub...just wow.
The oriental lamp & the lights from under the cabinet
hanging moroccan lamp
Floor lamp
“small tile” — shellievenom
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Angela Dechard Design
4 Reviews
Comfy Bungalow
Ideabooks975
Questions5
The swimming pool bathroom can be entered from the guest house or from outside. Moroccan theme expressed in tile border and custom vanity sink. Salvaged Moroccan door and ironwork in window. Moroccan pendant light and mirror. Details include separate candle niche and other smaller salvaged ironwork
is standing. There is a pocket door on the left of the frame (you can just see the edge of the trim), which goes into the pool house. The antique Moroccan door leads out to the swimming pool.
and a smaller decorative metal piece that I used as a shelf in the shower niche. Actually almost everything in this bathroom is from them, tile, lamp, sink and sink cabinet (minus the plumbing hardware)! They are very nice and the pieces that I had custom fabricated in Morocco and then imported
“Accents” — jojogmd
Laura Garner
My Houzz: Converted loft goes modern for this young Montreal family
Ideabooks201
Questions1
Moroccan pendant light - the unexpected touch!
the walls are covered with slate tile, and the floor is heated. Trudeau added a Moroccan pendant light for drama.
moroccan pendant light for a bit of "travel" glam
bathroom features a walk-in shower and a separate toilet compartment; the walls are covered with slate tile, and the floor is heated. Trudeau added a Moroccan pendant light for drama.
“Bedroom bath” — jjkdj
Lucy Interior Design
9 Reviews
Moroccan Lounge
Ideabooks4,829
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Again I like the Moroccan theme
Double lights. Top and bottom. Consoles + lamps are interesting and lovely.
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.
The blue Moroccan bathroom downstairs is one of Penfield's favorite spaces in the house; it was inspired by a recent trip to Marrakech. "The hunt-and-gather process for furniture is my favorite," she says. "I love to pull from travels — hence the Moroccan-inspired tile wall. I had just returned from
“Narrow bath, narrow mirror, side sconces, low light.” — honeycombe8
Chris Barrett Design
4 Reviews
Mi Sueño
Ideabooks2,448
Questions2
I bought it many years ago. It's vintage Moroccan.
Go w a Moroccan theme for bathrooms w colored tiles
Amazing Moroccan bathroom
moroccan bed over tub
moroccan theme; tile; rugs
Moroccan inspired bathroom.
Moroccan bathroom...tile work, Moroccan
“life style commitment turkish bath” — yeelu
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Bohemian Apartment Bathroom with Moroccan Tiles
Ideabooks26,139
Questions16
Bohemian Apartment Bathroom with Moroccan Tiles
I love love love the look of this bathroom. I ordered a similar sink for my moroccan-tiled laundry room, and I want to do the same faucet. It looks like it might be awkward to use. Can you comment on that?
Looks like Moroccan cement tile. Mosaic House in NYC has this same pattern/tile called Snowbank on their website: http://www.mosaichse.com/cement48.html.
great use of tiles, unique mixture of modern + moroccan
vibrant Moroccan cement tile backsplash that reaches all the way under the sink.Medicine cabinet: Restoration Hardware; sink: Gilford, Kohler; light: Bilux Sconce, Fabulux
Just a single waterfall-like strip of Moroccan tile adds color and life to this neutral, modern bath.
“great use of tiles, unique mixture of modern + moroccan” — Renee Tranter
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