Moroccan design combines French and Spanish styles because its birthplace, Morocco, was formerly split among these two nations. Naturally, the designs of these two nations have had a significant influence on Moroccan tiles, and this influence is still apparent. The designs are rather delicate, flowery, intricate, and striking, making them distinctive.
Do you wish to bring a bit of Morocco into your house then? Here are some ideas for using these tiles in your house:
Moroccan tiles can be used to make accent walls.
These tiles provide you the option to keep it simple and subtle rather than go wild! To maximize the impression, you may always install Moroccan wall tiles on one or two walls. You can choose from Tilesbay Tiles' collection of contemporary Moroccan tiles, which are offered in a wide range of designs—from elegant to extravagant—colors, and price points. You may create a wall concept with these alternatives that attract people's attention. (More info on Accent tiles can be found.)
Backsplashes in kitchens
The majority of homeowners choose simple, straightforward designs for their kitchen backsplashes. They want them to be orderly, spotless, and routinely maintained. While it is entirely appropriate, choosing Moroccan tiles that are incredibly rich in pattern and detail might change the story. The fact that these tiles are glossy is another positive feature. This enables the reflection of natural light to improve the appearance of the entire area. Therefore, your quest can end here if you're looking for a lively atmosphere in your kitchen area.
Floor tiles for bathrooms
While aesthetics are always important, bathroom flooring demands more. The brand-new Germ-Free tiles with Forever Technology are available in a variety of Moroccan patterns and are ideal for use in bathrooms as well as homes since they instantly kill 99.9% of bacteria upon contact.
As a result, in addition to the possibility of dangerous bacteria growing, there is also a worry of slipping. These Moroccan tiles meet the requirements for bathroom floor tiles that must be sturdy to withstand heavy foot activity, exposure to water, and stains.
On kitchen and bathroom flooring, these Moroccan tiles look fantastic since they draw attention to these typically underappreciated spaces. And while Moroccan tiles can be successfully used on walls by designing tasteful wall concepts or accent walls, you can also push the tiles for use on floors.
The look of the kitchen flooring is rustic
Although functionality is the main focus in kitchens, why not have fun with it? You can always store the generic patterns that frequently end up on the floor if you so choose. The most common misconception is that durable tiles don't look all that well.
The Moroccan tile collection thoroughly disproves that idea by demonstrating that sturdy, long-lasting tiles are also possible! The GFT BDF Moroccan Art Multi FT from the Forever Tiles Autumn 2.0 collection is a great place to start because it perfectly fits the description. You get a whole package for your flooring choice thanks to the tile's matte appearance and antibacterial properties.
Greek ambiance combined with Moroccan tiles
Moroccan tiles can help you recreate the atmosphere of Greece inside your home, as seen in the image above. Although the cultures of these two places are very different, the blue in this particular Moroccan tile (you can see it here) evokes the spirit of Greece. An understated Greek atmosphere is added with the use of Moroccan Art Blue tile from the Timeless collection and white walls.
In conclusion, Moroccan tiles can be used to elevate the surroundings when they are combined with other tiles. They have both glossy and matte finishes, so you can choose whether you want more shine or subtlety. Moroccan tiles should therefore be your first choice the next time you redecorate!