Tile by Style: Passport to a Moroccan Bathroom
Maybe it’s the allure of its sun-kissed cities, its winding streets, bustling bazaars, or lush riads, but something about Morocco encapsulates the romance of glittering desert grandeur. Beloved for its eclectic heritage and striking artistry, Morocco’s richly saturated color palette and intricate designs are beautifully replicated in bathrooms.
Vibrant and welcoming, Moroccan design style can transform your bathroom into your own personal oasis. Read on for our best design ideas to bring Moroccan flair to your bathroom with tile.
Add Intricate Detail with Handpainted Tile
One way to add Moroccan flavor to your bathroom is with Handpainted Tile. Inspired by the intricate geometric mosaics Morocco is known for, our Handpainted Tile showcases timeless motifs like medallions and stars in beautiful colorways–and adds a major design impact when applied to a bathroom backsplash or shower.
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A combination of solid turquoise tile and coordinating Handpainted Tile elevate this space to the dreamiest levels of Moroccan bathroom design.
Intricate Handpainted Tile makes this shower one-of-a-kind and filled with distinctive Moroccan-inspired detail.
This pool house bathroom feels worlds away thanks to a customized Handpainted Tile in a lush blue and white color blend.
Handpainted Tile makes a lasting impression across the floor and up the wall of the shower in this guest bathroom.
Step up the vividly-colored handpainted tile to the bath of your dream in this spa-like setting, surrounded by walls of Ogee Drop Tile.
Replicate Morocco’s rich textile tradition with a tile floor. You can create a striking focal point that anchors your Moroccan-style bathroom with an intricate Handpainted Tile design (plus, it’s water-resistant!).
On a budget? Make an impact by choosing your favorite design and incorporating it into a smaller area of the bathroom. A decorative accent of Handpainted Tile has a major impact in this sunny shower.
The green in this handpainted backsplash coordinates perfectly with the greenery visible out of the large window for a lush, riad-reminiscent look.
Handpainted tile on the floor lends Moroccan vibes to this bathroom, especially combined with the arched shower niche. Speaking of…
Moroccan style is full of rounded, fluid lines, which are particularly evident in arched doorways and horseshoe arches. Incorporating arches into your bathroom design is a sure way to bring graceful Moroccan-themed flair to your space.
Three built-in arched shower niches combined with the bold color, floor-to-ceiling tile, and gold accents make this one unforgettable bathroom oasis.
Looking for something a bit more neutral? This shower still has plenty of character thanks to two blended tile colors, while an adorably arched niche provides the prettiest perch for your shower needs.
One glorious arch filled with Star and Cross Tile frames a soaking tub for a look that’s pure Moroccan majesty.
This bathroom showcases a softer and more muted–but no less beautiful–option for a bathtub arch.
Black and white gets a Moroccan twist in Bobby Berk’s bathroom thanks to an arched window and mirror.
This turquoise spa-like shower benefits from a built-in arched niche inlaid with handpainted tile.
The arched shower doorway in this bright and sunny bathroom creates one memorable moment.
Play with Specialty Shapes
Echoing the curved and often elaborate motifs in Moroccan architecture, tile patterns like Ogee and interlocking Star and Cross add eye-catching dimension to bathroom floors and backsplashes.
This fully-tiled bathroom is clad with Moroccan-inspired Star and Cross Tile for a look that will brighten your day, every day.
Submerged in a sea of bright blue scalloped tile, this showstopping powder room offers Moroccan vibes with a splash of glam.
Stunning and soothing, this zen bathroom uses lush plants, earth tones, and a floor of ivory Ogee Tile to achieve the Moroccan bath of your dreams.
This contemporary bathroom gets a subtle Moroccan detail thanks to a floor of interlocking Star and Cross Tile in a matte neutral glaze.
Star and Cross Tile with an earthy-hued glaze evokes Morocco’s rolling sand dunes, especially when paired with a framed textured fabric on the wall.
You’ll often find checkered tile patterns in Moroccan interior designs where colors and patterns combine to create an exquisite design. We love the light-and-dark-blue checkered color scheme in this shower made with Star and Cross Tile, complete with a floor of hexagon mosaic tile.
Taking cues from Moroccan designs, this bathroom’s Ogee Drop backsplash pairs perfectly with the arched vanity mirror.
The earthy motif of the Hexite Tile lends old-world character to this Moroccan-inspired bathroom.
Adding a splash of timeless global appeal to this bathroom backsplash, the curvaceous Ogee pattern pays homage to Moroccan tiles with its quatrefoil silhouette.
Terracotta-colored Star and Cross Tile across the floor of this bathroom pairs with sandy wall tile for a desert-inspired palette.
An Ogee backsplash takes inspiration from Morocco’s coastal landscape with a tidal wave wall of color all the way through the shower.
Ready to turn your bathroom into a bohemian Moroccan-style oasis? Our design consultants can help bring your vision to life with our free design services. Reach out to be connected with your personal consultant today!