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Morrocan bathroom

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Morrocan bathroom. Get inspired and try out new things.

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Wände und Boden sind zentrale Elemente bei jeder Raumgestaltung. Aus diesem Grund hinterlassen diese immer den ersten Eindruck. Und wie wir alle wissen, ist

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With greater access to global designs, patterns and materials, it’s hardly surprising that Arabian interiors have started to form a greater influence on bathroom design. With the bathroom increasingly transitioning from a purely functional space, to one in which we like to spend time, the idea of one’s own personal “hammam” suddenly becomes very appealing indeed. #bathroomideas #bathroominspiration

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Invite the spice of Moroccan life into your bathrooms, kitchens and living areas this season, with our selection of Mediterranean Moroccan Tiles. A mix of decorative patterns, geometric designs, and efflorescent motifs, they are perfect for bringing a wall or floor space to life. Design and Colours Customizable!

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Looking to update your kitchen, bathroom, vanity, shower or flooring but can’t afford to have a contractor or a hired professional come and renovate your home? Do you want a stunning look that is not only cheap and easy but also your own? No matter what your home improvement project is, whether it is big […]

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This is post number one of a three part series on Moroccan style interiors. If you like this beautiful style,then you must become acquainted with the man that first brought the look into the spotlight.Born in Tennessee, educated at the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris, and briefly a resident of Rome, the high priest of Moroccan interiors, Bill Willis found a foothold in North Africa in the mid-1960s and never left.—Willis's wedding present to friend Paul Getty Jr and his new bride Talitha was a…

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