ISSUE 39  |  London Teatime

Tile & Countertops: Moroccan Glazed Tile Roundup

September 30, 2011 3:30 PM

BY Julie Carlson

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Moroccan glazed tiles, called zellige, create a glossy faceted effect in a room. The tiles feature regional glazes and are hand-cut for a distinctively imperfect surface—rustic meets glamour. For sources of Moroccan glazed tile, see Design Sleuth: Glazed Hand-Cut Moroccan Tiles.

Above: A kitchen with a sense of the exotic; via the Kitchen Designer.

Above: A kitchen in London by Stiff + Trevillion, featuring Emery et Cie tiles from Retrouvius.

A Moroccan-inspired bath; photo by Emma Lee.

Above: A bathroom in the Hotel Daniel in Paris.