Today we thought it would be fun to show off the versatility of one of our personal favorite tile lines–Moroccan Cross Tile. Some of you may already be familiar with our Moroccan Cross Tile from a previous blog post, our newly advertised Moroccan Tile Line or just from seeing our Facebook posts about it. But whether you already know and love the tile or you have absolutely no clue what we are talking about, we are going to introduce you to some amazing tile applications of this unique shape. Moroccan inspired design and moroccan inspired tile has recently become one of the top design trends in both residential and commercial applications. It’s not hard to understand why, because pretty much everything Moroccan is wonderful. The clothes, the architecture, the country…it all has an ethereal beauty that seems like it has come from an entirely different dimension. To a degree it has because the same designs and colors that were popular in Moroccan culture thousands of years have held on to present day and this is what we are seeing popping up in modern day design. So, now to show off our interpretation of some of our Moroccan inspired colors and designs in our Moroccan Cross Tile. We’ve done many Bubble River projects (check out this one, oh and this one!), but never a Moroccan Cross River one. Though we have done Moroccan Punch Outs on Subway and Field Tile like below… We call the concept board below Purple Rain, named after a hometown hero. Never fear! We don’t have to do bold colors all the time. Check out this Moroccan inspired board that features rustic looking Amber field tiles with a more subdued Moroccan Cross trim. Speaking of trim, here’s another trim option featured in one of our most popular house blends, Lily Pad Blend. Recognize this bathroom? It was in an episode of Bath Crashers, which you can check out for the TV listings here! This bathroom features some hot Moroccan Cross Tile trim in action which the fish tank and amazing ceiling go perfectly with. Last but not least, we can’t leave out this gorgeous bar at Rosa Mexicano in San Francisco, CA. So, now you’ve seen some examples of how versatile this tile line can be. If you are doing a kitchen, bathroom or any other project, don’t let this tile slip through the cracks in your mind. Consider using it and bring some Morocco to you!
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