Archive for the 'Moroccan Tiles' Category

02
May
18

Moroccan Terracotta Tile

Moroccan Terracotta Tile
http://www.badiadesign.com

If you’re looking for unique and colorful tiles then you should take a look at our Moroccan Terracotta Tile from Badia Design Inc. There are many different applications; the floors in your kitchen, bathroom, patio, swimming pool area, wall, fountains and just about any place you can think of.

All of our Moroccan Terracotta Tiles are hand designed, hand painted and imported from Morocco to our 32,000 square foot warehouse located in North Hollywood, CA.

Please visit our website to get more information on our Moroccan Terracotta Tile.
http://www.badiadesign.com/moroccan-tiles.

We also have many other different types of Moroccan Tiles for you to view such as Moroccan cement tile, Moroccan mosaic tile, border tile, Zellige tile and more.

Our Contact Info:
Badia design Inc.
5420 Vineland Ave.
North Hollywood, CA 91601
Tel: 818-762-0130

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26
Apr
18

Hand Painted Spanish Tile

Hand Painted Spanish Tile
http://www.badiadesign.com

If you’re looking for unique and vibrant color tiles then you should take a look at our Hand Painted Spanish Tile from Badia Design Inc. They can be installed on floors in your kitchen, bathroom, patio, swimming pool area and just about any place in your home or office.

All of our Hand Painted Spanish Tile are hand designed, hand painted and imported from Morocco to our 32,000 square foot warehouse located in North Hollywood, CA.

For more information on our Hand Painted Spanish Tile please visit
http://www.badiadesign.com/moroccan-tiles.

We also have many other different types of tile for you to view such as Moroccan cement tile, Moroccan mosaic tile, border tile, Zellige tile and more.

Contact us for More Info:
Badia design Inc.
5420 Vineland Ave.
North Hollywood, CA 91601
Tel: 818-762-0130

23
Apr
18

Moroccan Encaustic Cement Tile

Moroccan Encaustic Cement Tile
http://www.badiadesign.com

If you’re looking for unique and vibrant color tiles then you should take a look at our Moroccan Encaustic Cement Tile  from Badia Design Inc. They can be installed on floors in your kitchen, bathroom, patio, swimming pool area and just about any place in your home or office.

All of our Moroccan Encaustic Cement Tiles are hand designed, hand painted and imported from Morocco to our 32,000 square foot warehouse located in North Hollywood, CA.

For more information on our Moroccan Encaustic Cement Tile, please visit
http://www.badiadesign.com/moroccan-tiles.
We also have many other different types of tile for you to view.

Contact us for More Info:
Badia design Inc.
5420 Vineland Ave.
North Hollywood, CA 91601
Tel: 818-762-0130

12
Mar
18

Moroccan Hexagon Shaped Tiles

Moroccan Hexagon Shaped Tiles

If you’re looking for unique and vibrant color tiles then you should take a look at the hexagon shaped tiles from Badia Design Inc. They can be laid out on the floor in your kitchen, bathroom, patio, swimming pool area and just about any place in your home or office.

All of our Moroccan Hexagon Tiles are hand designed, hand painted and imported from Morocco to our 32,000 square foot warehouse located in North Hollywood, CA.

Please visit http://www.badiadesign.com/moroccan-tiles to see a full list of our Moroccan Hexagon Shaped Tiles.

Contact us for More Info:
Badia design Inc.
5420 Vineland Ave.
North Hollywood, CA 91601
Tel: 818-762-0130

 

03
Jan
18

Moroccan Mosaic Hand Painted Tiles

Moroccan Mosaic Hand Painted Tiles

Badia Design Inc. has the largest supply of Moroccan Mosaic Tiles in Southern California. We have bejmat, hand painted, cement, fez, mosaic and ceramic tiles that have many different Moroccan Home Improvement applications.

Our tiles can be installed to many different places in your home or office such as the floors in your dining room, kitchen or bathroom, kitchen backsplash, bathroom shower, patio or swimming pool. They also come in many different sizes, shapes and hand painted colors.

All of our tiles are handmade and hand painted by our skilled artisans in Morocco then imported to our 32,000 square foot warehouse located in North Hollywood, CA.

Please visit http://www.badiadesign.com to see a full list of our Moroccan Mosaic Tiles.

 

Moroccan Backsplash Tile

12
Jul
17

Moroccan Tiled Floor and Water Fountain

Beautiful green Moroccan tiled floor and water fountain at a resort in Marrakesh, Morocco.

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15
Dec
16

Moroccan Zellige Tile

Moroccan Zellige Tile

The art of zellige flourished at the Hispano-Moresque period (Azulejo) of the Maghreb region. The art remained very limited in use until the Merinid dynasty who gave it more importance around the 14th century and introduced blue, green and yellow colors. Red was added in the 17th century. When referring to Moroccan Zellige Tile, the old enamels with the natural colors were used until the beginning of the 20th century and the colors had probably not evolved much since the period of Merinids. The cities of Fes and Meknes in Morocco remain the centers of this art.

Patrons of the art used Moroccan Zellige Tile historically to decorate their homes as a statement of luxury and the sophistication of the inhabitants. Zellige is typically a series of patterns utilizing colorful geometric patterns. This framework of expression arose from the need of Islamic artists to create spatial decorations that avoided depictions of living things, consistent with the teachings of Islamic law.

Moroccan Zellige Tile making is considered an art in itself. The art is transmitted from generation to generation by maâlems (master craftsmen). A long training starts at childhood to implant the required skills.

Assiduous attention to detail is needed when creating zellige. The small shaped (cut according to a precise radius gauge), painted and enamel covered pieces are then assembled in a geometrical structure as in a puzzle to form the completed mosaic. The process has not varied for a millennium, though conception and design has started using new technologies such as data processing.

Some people also spell it Moroccan Zellij Tile.

Source:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zellige