1,292 moroccan Eclectic Home Design Photos

Brunelleschi Construction
17 Reviews
Saida
Ideabooks1,437
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color and fun. Feminine, but not overly so, this space has an eclectic, collected feeling, from the reclaimed wooden shelves (painted green), to the moroccan tile backsplash, to the pendant lights made from recycled cardboard.
How accessible are moroccan tiles? where should I look to find them?
tiles also add to the mix. Whatever the shape, size or color, Moroccan tiles will add some spice to your space.
Moroccan tiling -really cool and modern take
Moroccan tiles. Capturing natural beauty in geometric form, Moroccan tiles often rely on symmetry and repetition to create intricate patterns. Traditional hand-pieced tile, called zellij, is often brightly colored and complex. However, not all Moroccan tile is busy or even colorful
“slash” — Renee Tranter
Laura U, Inc.
11 Reviews
Southampton Moroccan
Ideabooks13,010
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Wow, I didn't realize how much I liked Moroccan until I saw this home.... =)
love this Moroccan cut out bookcase
I like how this home office is integrated into this Moroccan-style living room.
15. Add Moroccan flair. Inspired by iconic places like Majorelle Garden, interior designer Laura Umansky used shapes and repeating geometric patterns to bring an exotic bohemian Moroccan look to this Texas townhouse. Thanks to the unique millwork,
1. Architectural details. Traditional Moroccan architecture is shaped by centuries of cultural and religious influences. Beautiful archways and curved doorways in the Islamic keyhole design are
Squeeze it in I love how this modest home office space has been tucked into this beautiful, Moroccan-style living room. The white woodwork creates the perfect backdrop for the silver fretwork lanterns and bright Moorish patterns, and allows the desk
“the round cutouts are awesome!” — rykehen
Becky Harris
The Parker Palm Springs/Becky Harris
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LEATHER SOFA WITH - - - - - - - A MOROCCAN SHEEP SKIN THROW RUG!!!!!!!!!
moroccan themed living room to match our bedroom
1. Trendy yet classic. Moroccan Beni Ourain carpets have been spotted everywhere from Houzz to the Parker Palm Springs hotel (shown here), and the trend shows no sign of slowing. In fact, this "trend" has been going
“Walls” — Nicole Hemping
Northern VA Landscape Architect & Designer
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Laura U, Inc.
11 Reviews
Southampton Moroccan
Ideabooks1,801
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What a gorgeous room ! Hi tgiotti, still interested in Moroccan lamps ? We have a selection of Moroccan , Egyptian, Indian pendant lights very similar to the one in that might work perfectly for you. ( please see picture ) Give us
neutral walls, colorful decor. Moroccan inspired
Coffee table Moroccan vibe
Moroccan mirror and console
Enjoy Moroccan motif.
Southampton Moroccan
moroccan, simple...Moroccan lighting...moroccan lantern...Moroccan Lanterns
“Very nice” — josvinlum44
Incorporated
Bohemian Apartment Bathroom with Moroccan Tiles
Ideabooks26,183
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.
“Another great sink.” — yogette
Laura U, Inc.
11 Reviews
Southampton Moroccan
Ideabooks1,546
Questions4
Moroccan theme. Like the table and doors, stools and colors.
Moroccan Themed house
interesting Moroccan
Moroccan cabinets shelves
dark Moroccan cabinets
While she went light in the office, Umanski chose a dark wood for the cabinetry and grilles in the family room, which also emphasize the Moroccan look. See the rest of this home
Southampton Moroccan
“round top on cabinet” — jdlang
Jason Snyder
Inspiring Urban Fairy Tale
Ideabooks1,187
Questions3
Moroccan tile. I don't think we should do the whole bathroom, but it's nice to see it against this rustic wood door.
moroccan floor tiles add all the character
The bathroom features imported Moroccan hand-printed
The bathroom features imported Moroccan hand-printed ceramic floor tiles by U.K. textile designer Dominic Crinson.
“Floor” — designdwellingschicago
Deborah French Designs
7 Reviews
New York City Loft
Ideabooks14,127
Questions9
Moroccan inspired. Rust and peacock blue with neutrals.
and plush upholstered pieces are staples of Moroccan interiors. Carved seat bases, chests, coffee tables and side tables often contrast with plush couches, poufs or floor cushions in a single room.Get this look: If you’re on a budget but still love that Moroccan flair, add a pounded metal tray to the top
inexpensive Moroccan poufs or floor cushions to a room. Carved elements can be added to existing pieces via affordable wooden appliques — although the more ornate, the better.
Mix up materialsTeam burnt oranges with antiqued metals and natural woven fabrics to achieve the classic Moroccan look. The
“Floor pillows” — belenagain
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