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Moroccan tiles & tile borders are a popular option for your home decor, giving your property a unique and stylish ornamentation suited for an individual home design, Moroccan design concepts and can easily be combined with conventional interior design creating a fusion home design.
The beautiful Moroccan wall and floor tiles, bring the distinct culture from Morocco, which is bringing the Moroccan decorating effect around the world. The distinctive character, of the traditional Moroccan patterns and warm colours transform every room, The Moorish tiles are particularly suitable for an individual shapes of the wet areas and the implementation of exclusive interior design ideas.
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Designs born in Morocco, often uses the technique of glazed earthenware. This is an authentic handmade decor for bathrooms giving you a look that is out of the ordinary.
Zellige strictly speaking is a kind of mosaic that can cover large walls or floors. Still to this day, it's created using the highest craftsmanship both in the manufacture of tiles in the implementation.
Small tiles 10 cm x 10 cm are covered with enamel and are cut manually with specific tools, such as the heavy hammer named Menqach. But before we get there, the maalem of Zellige (or zelligiste) must create these small parts. This is made from clay. Mineral dyes are then added depending on your desired result. The tiles are all from the same square. They are then cut.
Who has not ever noticed the fine murals in the Moroccan houses? These are made from these small squares. In Morocco, zellig shows of the design walls, pavements, portals.
The technique has been refined over the centuries. A maalem of Zellige can not be improvised. It must follow a lengthy training. Drawing zellij Fez is essentially geometric. Artisans create real puzzle with these parts. Sorted by colours and shapes, the shapes are nested into each other and sealed together by adding cement.
The result is a pattern where the colours are developed into your designs. The Islamic art is the grounds and you can easily find home designs already seen in mosques renowned for there beauty and different colors.BR>
Zellige: from Morocco to your bathroom
Zellige is used to decorate a bathroom in a traditional way continuing the ancient tradition.
Without vacuum, or overlapping, geometric shapes flooding the walls from floor to ceiling. It is also possible to focus on small area to highlight a specific place in the bathroom.
Rich colours or deep black and white compositions, the choices of colours and designs is vast creating vibrant and long lasting designs.
- why limit it to the bathroom? - An exotic touch can bring beauty around your home