Moroccan Tiles: Newest Collection Showcased at Star of Morocco

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Straight from Morocco, Star of Morocco announces the arrival of its new shipment of Moroccan tiles that are from the latest collection produced in Morocco. Star of Morocco selected the most authentic Moorish and Moroccan designs currently coming out of Morocco to give the public an opportunity to incorporate these century-old designs into their home décor or design project at an affordable price.

Straight from Morocco, Star of Morocco announces the arrival of its new shipment of Moroccan tiles that are from the latest collection produced in Morocco. Star of Morocco selected the most authentic Moorish and Moroccan designs currently coming out of Morocco to give the public an opportunity to incorporate these century-old designs into their home decor or design project at an affordable price. Moroccan tiles are not readily available in retail stores in the United States; therefore, Star of Morocco offers this collection of Moroccan tiles to help aid the home-decorator, homebuilder or interior designer complete the Moroccan theme that is a current trend in home decor and interior design.

Star of Morocco offers a collection of tiles unmatched by the competition, allowing shoppers to select from floor tiles, wall, kitchen and bathroom tiles that can be shipped anywhere within the 50 states. Bringing Moroccan tiles directly to the United States and offering them online allows people to shop from the comfort of their home and eliminates the immediate need to travel in order to bring another culture into their home or design plan. It is also convenient for those who have traveled to Morocco and now want to have a part of that culture with them here in the United States.

Moroccan design and decor surfaced a few short years ago on several home-decorating shows. It created a wave of interest for many interior designers and decorators, as well as the average person who just wanted to add some life and excitement into their home. Moroccan tiles are an integral part of Moroccan society and history and offer designers and home decorators an opportunity to incorporate traditional Moroccan design into any space. The geometrical patterns of each Moroccan tile date back centuries and reflect the history of the rich and vibrant Moroccan culture. Each Moroccan tile motif is significant and symbolic be it geometrical or floral, which are the prominent design elements that dominate Moroccan furniture and décor design.

Star of Morocco's recent collection of Moroccan tiles offers a variety of colors, designs and usages to accommodate a wide range of design plans at an affordable cost. The authentic and traditional designs of this recent collection give people the opportunity to incorporate the history of Morocco into their own space, be it traditional or modern. Moroccan tiles have the flexibility to work with many design styles. This recent shipment of Moroccan tiles brings Star of Morocco to the forefront of keeping up with the evolving popularity and increased demand of Moroccan design in the United States.

About Star of Morocco
Star of Morocco was founded in 2006 and imports directly from artisans in Morocco who hand-craft each item from scratch. They travel to Morocco multiple times a year and select authentic handmade pieces of the best quality from various local cities and towns. Star of Morocco's online store offers an extraordinary inventory of artisan items: Moroccan tiles, Moroccan lanterns and lamps,Berber and Moroccan rugs, henna tables and lamps, as well as hand-painted and hand-carved Moroccan mirrors, tables, and Moroccan armoires. Star of Morocco accepts custom orders and can make any piece to any specification. They also accommodate large quantities for all types of projects. Customers can appreciate the charm of this collection of Moroccan furniture and decor at our online store.

For more information regarding the company, Web site or specific products, contact the owner, Adeal Benhayoun, at 512-300-4368 or at info @ starofmorocco.com.

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