Geometric Moroccan tiles are strong in both color and pattern. These cover the majority of the walls in this striking Moroccan tile bath I found in a Tangier hotel. The sleek under mounted soaking tub has a serene marble deck that helps to neutralize the space, which is busy due to the intense tile pattern. Solid black liner tiles act as a frame for the pattern around the top and is repeated as edging around the tub. The tub-shower combo has an exposed shower set with handheld and a rainfall-style showerhead. Exposed shower sets — the pipes are exposed, not inside the wall — are being seen more often since they have a decorative value in addition to their function.
A classic pedestal sink with high arc faucet has a matching shelf over it. For better or worse, a round mirror with a transparent frame almost disappears against the tile. Square shape is a standard for Moroccan tile but the repetition of the pattern adds illusionistic curves.
Another exposed shower set is used in the Chocolate Bath, and more beautiful all-over pattern tiles in Pattern on the Backsplash.
(Source: Hotel Nord-Pinus Tangier)
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