Moroccan is colourful and full of pattern where as French style is simple and elegant. The combination of the two is magical!
This week’s showroom table is inspired by a section in this issue of Bathroom Yearbook, “French Style, Moroccan Flavour”. I used simple white and cream tiles complimented by the powerful Moroccan styled tiles to achieve this week’s look.
Get the magazine look! To achieve this look, I used our hexagon patterned tiles and paired it with a dark grey handmade tile for the flooring. For the walls I used a white gloss textured square tile.
If you love beige, this is the look for you! Using beige honed tiles for the floors and a textured beige tile for the walls, all to compliment these sparkled Moroccan styled mixed pattern square tiles. These can be used as a feature wall or splashback!
For this look I would definitely try to add a French styled freestanding bath or elegant cabinetry (as below). These are just the base of the structure, adding the accent pieces would really bring this look together. I would put the patterned tiles on the floor and the square white gloss tiles as the wall tiles.
Another hexagonal shaped tile with a Moroccan feel. I paired this floor tile with handmade white gloss subway tiles. Using handmade tiles really gives you the French AND Moroccan look.
If you’re going for a simple elegant look, this one is perfect for you. Using a marble or ceramic marble look tile for the floors and a white Moroccan patterned tile for a feature wall or continue on all walls.
The French and Moroccan style can be so easily achieved, keep it simple and add a pop of colourful pattern! Get this look at TILE junket and see our display this week!
By Tracy Caporusso[jetpack_subscription_form title=”Subscribed Yet? Do it! It makes finding tiles Easy!” subscribe_text=”Get blog updates in your inbox – unsubscribe when you no longer need them” subscribe_button=”Yes Send Me Updates!”]
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