2,606 moroccan inspired room Kitchen Design Photos

Troedsson Design and Planning
1 Review
La Quinta, California
Ideabooks1,781
Questions10
love the Moroccan influence. Room dimensions, please?
morroccan inspired pendant lights, accented island color, beams in ceiling
moroccan island for kitchen
Like. Moroccan feel.
The Moroccan light pendants
moroccan pendant light
Santa Fe, Moroccan...whole room...moroccan kitchen
“wall with no glass front...but I think I like the glass front” — Holly Sides
House + House Architects
28 Reviews
Casa Lluvia Blanca
Ideabooks3,986
Questions8
floor ''Moroccan' inspired suite with domed fireplace and hand-sculpted tub, and "French Country" inspired suite with a sunny balcony and oval shower. A curving bridge flies through the high living room with sparkling glass railings and overlooks onto sensuously shaped built in sofas. At the third floor
orite room in the house. Food prep burns calories, and eating at home is considered more waistline-whittling than dining out. If your kitchen has the space, create a breakfast nook for the day’s most important, metabolism-boosting meal.
“island” — Brandi Rodriguez
Great Spaces!
4 Reviews
The Heglar's Kitchen
Ideabooks167K
Questions310
whole room: kitchen and dining table
Hello, What would be the sized of the whole room: kitchen and dining room? I read that the kitchen would be around 15x16feet, but that would not include the table that we see in the first plan, in the left corner of the photo, right?- so what is the overal
with no room for an island. The cooktop is currently located where your double ovens are. Would love to move to cooktop wall. Need to know minimum space to pull this look off. Thank you!
hearth room? Or a more simple dark fan?
One of the many custom Moroccan lantern models we offer.
Hi again! Yes...keep it the same! Hearth/Keeping rooms are a wonderful features in a home... Bring color into the space with your accessories and art. Good Luck to you dmaddry! Jo
“Cabinet hardware” — thucdo
Erica Islas / EMI Interior Design, Inc.
7 Reviews
1920s Kitchen Remodel
Ideabooks7,291
Questions11
"Moroccan" style floor tiles for the kitchen. Bold
entire room, making it feel more intimate and giving her the freedom to use down lights for ambience. "With old homes, electrical is always a challenge because you're dealing with having to upgrade wiring and adding in more circuit breakers, which costs money and ends up eating into budgets," she says
Spanish-inspired tiles lines each wall.See more of this kitchen
“I don't know why i like this, but i do. Shamefully, I do. It must be the colors” — Kara Lin
Le Mosaiste
4 Reviews
El Dorado Project
Ideabooks557
Questions1
backsplash: Moroccan mosaic tiles by Le Mosaiste Product used: 2-3 Iberica mosaic in custom colors: grey white/cobalt blue/light cobalt blue Photography by Terri Thibodeaux at Ladco Resort Design Group
ORNATE BUT IN ONE PLACE IN THE ROOM IT WOULD BE GREAT
spanish, moroccan style
Iberica Moroccan Mosaic Tile
Moroccan Kitchen...Very Moroccan
“cabinetry” — mmichellek
Laura U, Inc.
9 Reviews
Southampton Moroccan
Ideabooks2,246
Questions7
dining room. Extend the opening like at Derek's house, put wider granite or quartz plate and chairs.
with it's moroccan feel to it. Love the tile, stools, backsplash. Especially the work table in the middle with all the woodworking.
family room and the living room was the first design move. "We used a graceful curve to create a bit of separation at the ceiling," Umansky says. Tiles: Walker-Zanger; bar stools: Abacus, Noir Furniture
“backsplash” — wicketblue
House + House Architects
28 Reviews
Casa Lluvia Blanca
Ideabooks1,940
Questions2
floor ''Moroccan' inspired suite with domed fireplace and hand-sculpted tub, and "French Country" inspired suite with a sunny balcony and oval shower. A curving bridge flies through the high living room with sparkling glass railings and overlooks onto sensuously shaped built in sofas. At the third floor
“Kitchen” — katty85
Arciform
8 Reviews
Maria & Jim's Adventurous Victorian
Ideabooks1,649
Questions3
homework inspiration. Photos by Photo Art Portraits
beautiful? The Moroccan glaze is even lovelier in person, and given the uneven surface of the tile, reflects light beautifully. This is Idris tile from Ann Sacks: http://www.annsacks.com/onlinecatalog/program.jsp?cat=268004&coll=268704&prg=3161604
a kids room/study space.
family room window in CO?
tie the room together.
great room
“The map as a blind.” — fletcher57
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