This beautiful master bathroom is outfitted with custom cabinetry and mother-of-pearl tile from Marrakech, Morocco. Green glass vessel sinks add the perfect finishing touch to the beach-inspired space.
The lanterns are from Morocco, too, and so help the master bedroom look as authentic as possible. By staggering them like this, designer Lindsey Runyon draws even more attention to the hand-stenciled ceiling.
As seen on Genevieve's Renovation on HGTV. designer Genevieve Gorder created a tranquil master bedroom retreat. An ornate hand-carved wood bed from India and antique wood doors from Morocco add character to this light, airy space.
The art of Morocco accents this gold and silver bathroom mirror made of reworked metal and which presents artwork within its interior. The faint outline of palm trees that appear on royal blue walls is a dramatic touch.
Custom-designed, Pennville cabinets, combined with playful, Moroccan mosaic tile and exaggerated brackets and screens make this kitchen both modern and traditional.
The mosaic tile was found on a trip to Morocco and imported back home.
Many of the elements seen throughout the home were imported directly from Morocco. Here, stunning blue-and-white tiles create an elegant backsplash in this bathroom, combining well with the lacy sconces and delicately arched window.
Jade green walls create an luxurious backdrop to this eclectic living room. Part of a stunning mansion in Marrakech, Morocco, the living room boasts Moroccan style, tons of natural light and beautiful architectural details, like arched doorways and windows.
Gallery walls are always an eye-catching design feature, but this one takes it a step further, adding a dash of history to its colorful display. Le Petit Journal was a Parisian daily newspaper published during the French occupation of Morocco. Each of the beautifully hand-drawn cover illustrations is a work of art in its own right. Taken together, they present not only a colorful wall feature, but a snapshot of the history that shaped Morocco.
The interior of the home proves to be just as interesting as the exterior, with large archways and light fixtures that feel like they're right out of Morocco. Colorful tile lines the stairs and draws the eye to the second level.