We all know that the bathroom is a room in our home dedicated for personal hygiene activities, generally containing a toilet, a sink and either a bathtub, a shower, or both. In some countries, the toilet is usually included in the bathroom, whereas other cultures consider this insanitary or impractical, and give that fixture a room of its own. The toilet may even be outside of the home in the case of pit latrines. It may also be a question of available space in the house whether the toilet is included in the bathroom or not.
A big part of the Moroccan style of a bathroom is to make a centerpiece of bold shapes and vibrant colors. Ornate style pendant lights are a great way to add drama and lavish a room. As a result, they look particularly gorgeous against bright colorful tiles and steel-grey washed walls. Sometimes, it’s all in the soft furnishings. Embroidered shower curtains, geometric patterned towels, bright colors (yellows, reds, blues, pinks, greens) and lots of plants. It’s a beautifully modern twist on the Moroccan look. For more of a subtle touch of Moroccan in your bathroom, keep everything clean and white with accents of colored tile and colorful soap dishes. It is a sophisticated look that lends itself to both summer and winter.
Below, you will see a lot of varieties of Moroccan-styled bathrooms. They differ in pattern and colors, yet somehow show similarity in style. These bathrooms are somehow similar, because they present pattern-full wall or floor, for instance, eye-catching color for walls, or mosaic design on either its wall or floor. They defy the rules of simplicity and they retain the colorful and extraordinary concept.