On a recent trip to Marrakech in Morocco I fell absolutely in love with the colors, patterns, designs, the souk, the people … I could go on and on.  But as much as adored the beautiful sights, one of my favorite directions to look throughout the trip was down.  It seemed that every floor, table or walkway had it’s own stunning and unique design and whether it was colorful or demure, I pretty much loved each one. Check out some of my personal photos from my trip for some Moroccan design inspiration.

 

VIEWS FROM ABOVE: MOROCCO

Love this pattern table set against the terracotta tiled floors at the Kasbah Tamadot

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Gorgeous tiling seen inside the Souk in Marrakech

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All neutral tones and patterns…beautiful (Phillip Lim dress & J.Crew sandals)

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We both loved these tiles at La Marmounia

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Bold and bright checkerboard floors in the gardens at Jardin Majorelle

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A classic (and probably still my favorite)…. monochrome chevron tiling

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More terracotta and shades of emerald green.  Morocco is know for their buildings all being made from terracotta.  (J.Crew sandals)

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Pattern play with a pop of colbalt blue at the beautiful Amanjena Hotel

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Beautiful colored hues mixed with a pop of orange

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Bliss and beautiful shades of green

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All images via Flat 15’s Samsung 4S 

 

 

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