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Gazebo with a fountain in the gardens of Bahia Palace (Bahia means brilliant), Marakesh, Morocco. It is a complex of ornately decorated reception rooms, apartments and gardens that was built by a grand vizier at the end of the century. Take some time

Casablanca encaustic tiles. Colourful pattern tiles inspired by Morocco.

Casablanca helps to bring an exotic flair to your home. Using these colourful tiles means your home can still reflect those magnificent sun-soaked interiors of foreign climes, all year round. 25 tiles per square metre. Sold in boxes of Encaustic.

Marrakech, Morocco courtyard would be so beautiful if the walls were clad in this tile around pool

Marrakech, Morocco The salmon wall color is a good choice with the tile. For this color I'm now using Farrow & Ball 'Fowler Pink' for the interior of cabinets.

Marruecos arte fotografía azulejo azul fotografía por Likasvision

Quality image that will bring some style and color to your space limited edition Moroccan turquoise tile original

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Riad Madani, Marrakech, Morocco - love the terra cotta wall color with the teal floor and vibrant green plants

The beautiful Zellige of Morroco (meaning "tile" in Arabic) made their appearance around the 10th century. Probably inspired by the Roman and Byzantine mozaics.

patterns - the Moroccan walls are distinguished for being colorful and full of beautiful patterns. The beautiful Zellige of Morroco (meaning "tile" in Arabic) made their appearance around the century. Probably inspired by the Roman and Byzantine mozaics.

Moroccan tiling and outdoor seating area.

Morocco colour palette - duck egg blue and burnt orange with hints of chalky jade and salmon. Moroccan tiling is simply beautiful.

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