There is so much to love about Moroccan tiles. They typically feature bold and often colorful, arabesque designs and patterns that delight the eyes. We think they are a fantastic way to spice up any room in a house no matter your decorating style. So whether you are looking for a few free-spirited flooring ideas or some tips for creating an alluring kitchen backsplash, these Moroccan tile ideas will get you inspired.
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Anchor a Bathroom With Beautiful Floor Tile
Homepolish interior designer Stefani Stein took an outdated bathroom in a 1920s bungalow and brought it up to stylish speed. The monochromatic, Moroccan floor tile she installed took the newly renovated space to a new chic level. The brand spanking new floor features a dramatic dark pattern, which anchors the space by unifying all of the black accents from the crown molding to mirror frames.Continue to 2 of 12 below.
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Dress Up a Bathroom Vanity With Floor Tiles
Create the Mediterranean-inspired powder room of your dreams with black and white Moroccan floor tiles. Floor tiles on the counter and sink? It works better than you might think. This bathroom by W.B. Builders has eight-inch by eight-inch porcelain tiles above and below a small bathroom vanity. The finished result makes a big graphic statement. Because the tiles were originally made for high traffic floors, they can easily stand up to moisture.Continue to 4 of 12 below.
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Personalize Your Kitchen With Colorful Tile
When it comes to personalized living spaces, we love unexpected decor combinations like these rustic inspired beadboard cabinets paired with a vibrant Moroccan tile backsplash. There are many different ways you can blend color in a space to create a unified look. The design at Vidal Design Collaborative painted the trim around the doors and windows to match the backsplash.Continue to 5 of 12 below.
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Spice Up a Neutral-Toned Kitchen
Neutral-toned cooking spaces are arguably the best places to install dramatic floor tiles—case in point, the gorgeous flooring in this kitchen by Homepolish interior designer, Daniela Malca Benloulou.Continue to 6 of 12 below.
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Try a Custom Moroccan Tiled Floor
Interior designer Kevin Clark installed the custom Moroccan tile floor in this blue kitchen featured on Homepolish. The tiles perfectly match the cabinets. Brushed brass cabinet knobs and a butcher block countertop crafted from cherry wood break up the sea of blue.Continue to 8 of 12 below.
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Spice Up a Modern Kitchen With a Arabesque Tiles
We just mentioned that Moroccan tile is usually known for its colorful patterns. However, this cooking space by 3 Lights Design serves up something different. The kitchen backsplash is made up of white lantern-shaped arabesque tiles. For a splash of color, blue and white Moroccan tiles were installed over the oven. The beautiful tile work paired with the wood accents really warm up the modern kitchen cooking space.Continue to 9 of 12 below.
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Incorporate Blue and White Floor Tile in a Mint Kitchen
The original floor in the kitchen of this 1940s bungalow was dingy, old laminate, which made updating it an absolute must for the team at Black Lacquer Design. Pale, minty green cabinetry throw focus to the stylish Moroccan tiles, turning what's underfoot into an insanely chic focal point.Continue to 10 of 12 below.
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Take a White Bathroom to New Heights With a Colorful Floor
We get it—bathrooms covered with white subway tile have enduring style. But we genuinely believe there is a fantastic place for colorful Moroccan tiles in spaces like these: the floor. The example shown in this cottage inspired bathroom by Vidal Design Collective takes things up a stylish notch.Continue to 11 of 12 below.
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Outfit a Traditional Bathroom With an Arabesque Tiles
This spectacular, monochromatic primary bathroom by interior designer Aleksandra Miecznicka mixes traditional bathroom features including a claw foot tub with patterned floor tile inspired by classic arabesque design.
About This Term: Primary Bathroom
Many real estate associations, including the National Association of Home Builders, have classified the term "Master Bedroom" (or "Master Bathroom") as discriminatory. "Primary Bedroom" is the name now widely used among the real estate community and better reflects the purpose of the room.
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Makeover a Laundry Room With a Moroccan Tile Backsplash
The truth? The laundry room may be our favorite place for colorful tile. Even if you dread the chore of washing clothing, having a beautiful place to get the job done may make it more enticing. This lovely laundry room by Stefani Stein combines both Spanish and Moroccan tiles to create a gorgeous backsplash behind the folding station.