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Le Mosaiste
4 Reviews
El Dorado Project
Kitchen Remodel in Cabo San Lucas Kitchen 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
The cabinets and wallpaper!! Very Moroccan
spanish, moroccan style
Iberica Moroccan Mosaic Tile
Moroccan tile...Moroccan Kitchen
“nail work on cabinet doors” — Jody Carnes
Troedsson Design and Planning
1 Review
La Quinta, California
Gorgeous! I love the Moroccan influence. Room dimensions, please?
moroccan pendant light
moroccan island for kitchen
Santa Fe, Moroccan...moroccan kitchen
“combination of wood colors” — jlwarren1
D for Design
7 Reviews
Jasmine 2 Kitchen
tiles, lights just a moroccan feel
Moroccan tile shape with dark grout
decorative shelf brackets
Moroccan tile...Moroccan kitchen
“counter stools - we don't like barstools - more like a chair would be nice” — theresads1960
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House + House Architects
28 Reviews
Casa Lluvia Blanca
reflecting soft colors onto curving walls. A long, narrow stairway wrapped with windows and skylights is a serene connection to the second 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
cool bold use of tile, moroccan flair again
“Backsplash” — dinabturner
GDC Construction
1 Review
I would love to locate the backspash tile (moroccan lantern) please!!
Moroccan tile and cabinets
Countertop/cabinet top decorations
“Backsplash” — carolmelendi
Intimate Living Interiors
Rancho Santa Fe, California
This is a fun kitchen, it is obviously a little Moroccan, mixed with rustic and modern. I like the dog bowl built ins. The Moroccan tiles probably wouldn't do well for resale purposes, but I like the playfulness and brightness it brings to
only on the surface but throughout the 3-4mm thickness of the tile. While encaustic tiles are suitable for floors or walls, they can also be used as decorative splashbacks with the addition of a penetrating sealer.WHY IT WORKS: Encaustic tiles are extremely durable, making them a favourite option in a busy
“pendant lighting” — cpapasian13
Carved Custom Cabinets
Santa Fe Spanish Colonial Revival
Decorative end on island towards outside
Very moroccan
“island design” — cfoster1106
Custom kitchens
Decorative Tile -- where can i find them?
moroccan tile backsplash
“the blues and tiles” — jwyche
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