23.8.07

Moroccan Bathroom Inspiration

Maryam and her Husband in Marrakesh have recently purchased an olive orchard and are in the process of building a guest house on it named Peacock Pavilions. This project is a labour of love and is not without it's trials and tribulations for them. But nothing that is of value is free from this fault. There are to be 12 bathroom in all. No small feat. So if I can be of any help Maryam here is a little inspiration for those bathrooms of yours.
Simple, white, fresh House Beautiful Polished Nickel Bathtub Urban Archaeology
Let's not forget about the toilet. Funny how these are conveniently never shown in photographs. This is by far the best designed toilet on the market. Phillip Starck 2 one piece toilet Elle Decor
Luscaux Tile design Michael Smith Kohler Star and Cross Floor Tile Lascaux Lascaux John Stefanidis I love this bathroom. Crisp white shutters - bright painted walls. Kelly Wearstler Urban Archaeology Antonia Hutt House Beautiful Lots of white towels, a beautiful mirror and soft pastel painted walls photo from flickr top photo Tim Clarke

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26 comments:

  1. Gorgeous bathrooms. I particularly like the one with the pastel pink walls and odnate mirror.

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  2. Hi Barbara
    thanks for your comment

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  3. Oh Patricia,these are so beautiful. I adore the John Stefanidis one, as well as the Kelly Wearstler and the one with the venetian mirror. I adore Venetian mirrors and just found out where to buy them here from the Italian cultural attache. Yay!

    Thank you so much for taking so much time. These are gorgeous.

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  4. Wow, great post, wonderful bathrooms.

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  5. They are all so pretty, how does one choose? I really like the Kelly Wearstler, so bold and beautiful, in an understated kind of way.

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  6. I am in love with that bathtub from Urban Archaeology. Great photos.

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  7. Patricia - that star and cross tile is perfection. And the Wearstler bathroom? That was just what I was thinking of when I wrote the Potter post!

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  8. i'm getting ready to tackle the pink-tiled bathrrom makeover at my new place so this is a wonderfully inspiring post to read. thanks so much patricia!

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  9. maryam is sure getting her share of inspirational images and ideas ;)
    i love that first image, the shower heads are my idea of the perfection~

    Jenn~

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  10. The blue tiles are gorgeous!

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  11. ok, I have that Michael Smith bathroom clipping. I want that bathroom. I love all the victorian washstands. Pottery Barn just came out with one that's cheap and good looking for the money. These bathrooms are all so beautiful!!!

    Joni

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  12. Hello Patricia, Love the sink by Kohler and love your site. I am adding you to my favourite blog links. I also got homesick looking at your work in Vancouver and photos of Gambier...

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  13. I like the design of the double shower but I would select a pattern ceramic instead of the plain white. Perfect for romantic getaway. The Kohler sink is also beautiful.

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  14. I just love all your inspiration shots Patricia! I realized you and I both have a thing for that lovely pink bathroom, cause I picked that too for Maryam :) But I am also loving the blue bathroom with that mirror too!

    ~Kate

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  15. Wow! I am so glad I found you! These are absolutely beautiful! Very inspirational. Now I see one of my blogging friends has already discovered you (Windlost), so I know I will enjoy visiting often. You have a wealth of ideas, thank you so much for sharing!


    Melissa

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  16. Joni Fine25/8/08

    All the bathrooms you have shown in your blog are just beautiful. I love all of them the ornate mirrors especially. I put you under my favorites. I am in the design business and I love looking at all the beautiful things you put together. Great Job!

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  17. Thank-you all for your comments

    Hi Joni Fine
    Thanks for dropping by and adding me to your favourite. I am flattered.

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  18. Hi Patricia, how sweet of you to help Maryam out by being so inspirational. It gives us all these wonderful pictures and ideas. I believe bathrooms are where we want to have privacy and harmony when waking up...thanks Ingela

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  19. I love the Kelly Wearstler, the Kohler Moroccan tile sink and that beautiful Philippe Starck toilet!! I haven't been to Morocco, but I'm obsessed with Moroccan style / design. I might make my little daughter's room into a Moroccan-themed area for her...

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  20. Anonymous24/12/08

    wow Patricia, These tiles are so gorgeous. I love the white and blue tiles they look so amazing. By the way, if you a reliable source for some authentic Moroccan tiles, check out this website: http://www.sainttropezboutique.us/products/tiles/moroccan-tiles.aspx

    They are located in San francisco, CA and they have huge selection of Moroccan tiles and Moorish lighting fixtures.

    Cheers,

    Sandra,

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  21. your stie is breath taking and the colours are so beautiful

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  22. Anonymous2/1/10

    patricia, gorgeous bathrooms. i especially love the kohler sink. do you happen to have a style number?

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  23. Gotta love that 2-headed shower in the bathroom! :)
    -Jack @ Toto Toilets

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  24. beautiful designs I like the double shower & Blue tiles.

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  25. I think those bathrooms are perfect. I can sleep on that clean white floor. I'm all for all white!

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  26. The white subway tile bath with the glass partitions is lovely. I enjoy the clean look of frameless glass in the bath such as is seen in this frameless glass shower gallery.

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