14 morrocan patterned duvet cover Bath Design Photos

Chris Barrett Design
5 Reviews
Mi Sueño
Color of tile and tile pattern
Morrocan lid over tub
Blue tiles and patterning
The bath covering
“Off the wall but cool ... I am getting distracted.” — Gayle Girdley Stewart
Laura U, Inc.
11 Reviews
Southampton Moroccan
The wall covered in patterned tiles, the sink, and the work on the cabinets.
The main bath needed a complete remodel, including taller-than-average vanities for the tall homeowners.Patterned-tile walls are common sights in Morocco. Umansky chose a lively pattern in a subdued palette to fit the Texas home.
“Door” — Marina Pachina
Walker Zanger
5 Reviews
Vibe Ashbury Mosiac Shower in Velvet
Ceramic and Terracotta Vibe offers a fresh direction in wall tile, inviting you to cover entire walls with intricate patterns and saturated color. The collection Usage: Residential: Bathroom walls / floors, shower walls / floors, vanity tops, kitchen backsplashes and light traffic flooring. Commercial:
“нежная плитка в душевой и вариант с ковром тоже такой м” — Olga Vorbach
Lucy Interior Design
9 Reviews
Moroccan Lounge
nice molding to cover the plumbing
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.
“brilliant sink design” — cmaxine8
ibrahim radwan
utopia projects
Wondered if by chance you cover S. California. Thank you!
Love the color pattern and accents for powder room or garden bath
feels truly morrocan
“cozy, the green with that shade of red in the candle. I don't know really. Something. The doorway” — sumander
Leland Interiors, LLC
11 Reviews
Award Winning Master Bath
there are a lot of options. Over the past few years all sorts of cherry tree images have made their way inside the house on art prints, wallpapers, duvet covers and even wall decals. White Ming cherry blooms on an aqua background add an elegant yet relaxing feel to this bathroom.Wallpaper: Schumacher
First step: The Internet is a good place to start looking at wall coverings. (You’ll find a huge selection here on Houzz.) You can also find wall coverings at paint and decor stores, and at big-box hardware stores. A far more expansive selection is available from
from designer showrooms, but you’ll likely need to be working with an interior designer or architect to buy them.Take your time choosing a wall covering. “Find something you truly love,” says Hernando. “If you find a paper you sort of like, you’re going to sort of like it when it’s up.” And unlike paint
“like the wallpaper” — mlynch10
Birdseye Design
4 Reviews
Quaker Bluff Residence
White duvet covers
pattern with plain...cover bath
“WC Partition” — aaronmailinator
VV Contracting, Inc
13 Reviews
Traditional bathroom remodeling
going to go out on a limb and say it's from Pottery Barn, it's called serape stripe. I only say this because I have that EXACT same pattern and color in a duvet cover I bought from there. Also if you google it, it comes up as a Pottery Barn design.
“towel rack shelf above toilet good idea for our small bath.” — bjwhite12
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