Moroccan Tiles for Your Kitchen


Moroccan interiors are trending in ways that extend beyond the simple pouffe. Case in point- modern kitchen tiles. In taking a modern approach to what traditionally considered as offbeat and exotic, Moroccan kitchen tiles have revolutionized the look and feel of many homes, including their kitchens. They are trendy yet able to carry on over time and instantly transform a regular room into a glamorous retreat. For bright spaces, they add extra dimension while for minimal interiors they add a welcome pop of colour. The more popular Moroccan colour palette predominately displays blues and greys; however, warmer tones of like beige and leather brown also have a good rap. Here's the lowdown on why this variation of modern kitchen tiles has become a talk of the town, and what you might not like about it. Let's discuss the pros first:

#1: Versatile Statement

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Picture: Shelterness Moroccan tiles can light up your kitchen Moroccan tiles are a statement in and of themselves. The colours  and pattern used in these modern kitchen tiles are put together enough to look classic yet delicate enough not to overwhelm. They come in a variety of patterns and  can either be used to break up a monotonous backsplash or create a stand-out mosaic.

#2: Classic Look

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Picture: Tiles work great in Moroccan patterns Trends come and go, but classic last forever. Despite riding the trending waves once in a while, Moroccan kitchen tiles are in fact a classic one. The patterns aren't over the top and each tile is unique thanks to difference in motifs. They combine just as well with other timeless materials like wood and natural stone- this means reduced renovation costs and no worrying about bang on-trend.

#3: Requires extra care

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Picture: pinterest Day-to-day care will ensure a clean look As Moroccan tiles are easy to wipe down, they require extra maintenance to ensure longevity. The surface of these tiles isn't covered by a glaze, which means stains are more likely to seep in and never go. Routine sealing and extra day-to-day care are necessary; this might seem like too much of a hassle for hustlers looking for easy-care options. Moroccan tiles add drama to any space, instantly exuding striking visual appeal. While it is on the more expensive side, a touch or two of this Moroccan-inspired trend won't ever go awry! Article source: Livspace

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