Moroccan tiles and the art of mosaic tile making date back many centuries in the old city of Fez in Morocco. Handmade, hand-glazed and hand cut Moroccan mosaic tiles are crafted using traditional and regional organic clays and glaze pigments.
Moroccan handmade tiles are rich in complex geometric patterns that reflect the beauty of the ancient art of geometry. Bottom line, Moroccan tiles are intricate, colorful, and flamboyant – my kinda thing!
Let’s take a look at these drop-dead gorgeous Moroccan tiles and see how they can be used throughout different interiors…
Before we get to the good stuff, I need to tell you about my trip to Morocco this year!
The BHE and I went with a group of friends, including my business partner at SmithHönig.
Here are some photos from our amazing trip…
Moroccan Tile Bathroom
Moroccan Tile Backsplash
Moroccan Tile Floor
Moroccan Tile Fireplace
Moroccan Tile Kitchen
Moroccan Tile Stairs
Moroccan Tile Outdoors
Moroccan Tile Entryway
Moroccan Tile Wall
I cannot wrap this post up without mentioning one of my favorite
SmithHönig textiles, Moroccan Knot. Where would you use this beauty in your home?
Will you be adding a touch of Moroccan tiles to your interior? If so, how?
I would love to hear your plans!
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