Over the last six years, my husband and I have renovated every room in our house, except one: the upstairs bathroom. We’re finally going to remove the ugly brown tiles from the walls and shower, demo the scallop-shaped sink, and replace the scuffed mahogany vanity. I’ve been looking for an excuse to use Moroccan tile somewhere in my house, and we’re going to lay it down on the bathroom floor. Here is some inspiration:
I love this first bathroom (shown above) because of its bursts of tile on the floor and clean white subway tiles on the walls. It’s definitely my preferred look.
These colorful Moroccan tiles feel beachy, even though they’re meant to look like a global bazaar. I would do an extra bathroom with this tile, but this is our only bathroom, so I want something more neutral.
Can’t commit to the bold patterns of the Moroccan tile? Check out this quiet, lattice-style tile in the shower. It’s a way to add a splash of pattern without overdoing it.
If you have a half-wall separating the bath and the toilet, why not cover it in tile? Look at how nice this looks.
How neat is this: light gray Moroccan tile is sharpened only by the white furnishings around it. Love it.
The blue Moroccan tile in this bathroom resembles flower blooms, and while it’s blue and yellow-gold, which might have been too much, it’s not since nearly everything else is neutral.