Moroccan Tile

I love looking at tile. When we were in the process of deciding what tiles we would use in this new home, I really wanted to incorporate some moroccan tile in one of the baths. I was leaning towards the master. I thought the design would be a punch of visual interest in my all white home. But my mind kept going to resale, and would a potential buyer get it. Probably not. Where we live is very conservative in interior style, almost historical, which I do not fit into that mold at all. So I went with a lot of quartzite and all marble. Can’t go wrong with that.

But these tiles were on my initial list. The first three looks were top contenders for the master bath. I just love the patterns and visual interest it creates. I even found all the suppliers. There were subtle differences in the ones that I found from these, but they were very close.

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 Do you have moroccan tile in your home?

Birch

I have been looking into getting some birch logs for the upstairs fireplace. I think since it is painted black inside, the white logs will really pop. The fireplace is workable, but I hate to use it. I want the one on the lower level to be the one we use regularly instead. I hopped on pinterest to find some inspiration.

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I love this design for the holidays. I am actually doing something similar for our fireplace to break up the massive marble. This is so simple and quiet.

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Bohemian Family Room

Bohemian Family Room

Heal s solid brass lamp
$375 – heals.co.uk

Bedeck stones throw
$140 – houseoffraser.co.uk

Floral decor
demco.com

Williams Sonoma wall art
williams-sonoma.com

Restoration hardware furniture
restorationhardware.com

Manhattan furniture
abchome.com

Accent table
lovesac.com