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Modern Takes on Moroccan Tile

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Modern Takes on Moroccan Tile

Meredith Swinehart June 14, 2012

We love traditional Moroccan tile—but we're also liking the new wave of modern Moroccan-inspired versions. Here's a roundup of favorites.

Above: The Hex Dot from Marrakech-based Popham Design is available in any combination of hand-mixed colors.

Above: Dandelion in milk/lavender from Swedish architects Claesson Koivisto Rune.

Above: Hook in coral/milk from Swedish designer Mats Theselius.

Above: Goose Eye pattern in tagine/milk from Mats Theselius.

Above: The Starburst pattern from Popham Design is available in any color combination.

Above: Dandelion in lawn/milk from Claesson Koivisto Rune.

Above: Anemone from Mosaic House.

Above: Primula from Mosaic House.

Above: Woody in milk/hazelnut from Mats Theselius.

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