SaidaEclectic Kitchen, New York
This open concept space uses a neutral palette of grays and woods to tie the living, dining, and kitchen areas together, while bringing in pops of pink and mint green to add some 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.
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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. Sumptuous arabesque shapes, solids, fish scales and carved tiles also add to the mix. Whatever the shape, size or color, Moroccan tiles will add some spice to your space.See more on Moroccan tiles