Bathroom Design with Moroccan Tiles by Design Vidal

Moroccan tiles are historic tiles dated many centuries ago from the famous Al Hambra palaces and Granada in Spain to the luxurious homes in Fez Morocco. Moroccan tiles are rich of complex geometric patterns that reflect the beauty of the ancient art of geometry.

Moroccan tiles market, through the years, has been rising due to its benefits and advantages over carpeting. Our handmade tiles are available in traditional designs and colors.

These beautiful work are created by Design Vidal. 2658 Griffith Park Blvd., Suite 830, Los Angeles, CA 90039 – www.designvidal.com Photos: Courtesy of Design Vidal.

Moroccan Tiles in the photos are provided by Badia Design Inc. Contact us for price and availability. Please visit us online at: www.badiadesign.com

The Design Team: Karen and Guy Vidal, the creative forces behind the Design Vidal Interior Design team, have provided interior and exterior design services to over 100 residences in the Los Angeles area. Karen Vidal’s passion for restoring and remodeling homes with historic and classic architecture has enabled her to become the “designer of choice“ in Silver Lake, Los Feliz and surrounding areas. Design Vidal transformations have also taken place in Santa Monica, Venice, Glendale, Monrovia, Pasadena, Hancock Park and Bel Air.

Praised by their peers for their ability to work in virtually any style of home, the Design Vidal Team can add their design expertise to your home regardless of its architectural style. Known in historic neighborhoods as the “Design Green Team”, Karen and Guy Vidal take pride in restoring and recycling many formerly classified “tear-down homes”.

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