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Moroccan tile Daris
Moroccan tile Daris
Content 1 m²
€42.90 *
Moroccan tile Rahma
Moroccan tile Rahma
Content 1 m²
€36.99 * €45.90 *
Oriental tile Hashim
Oriental tile Hashim
Content 1 m²
€39.95 * €49.95 *
Moroccan Tiles Rahel Blue Patchwork
Moroccan Tiles Rahel Blue Patchwork
Content 1 m²
€39.90 *
Moroccan tile Tufan
Moroccan tile Tufan
Content 1 m²
€49.90 *
Mediterranean tile Chakib
Mediterranean tile Chakib
Content 1 m²
€49.90 *
Marokkanische Fliesen Meknes
Moroccan tiles Meknes
Content 1 m²
€59.90 *
Türkische Fliesen Aydan
Turkish tiles Aydan
Content 1 m²
€59.90 * €69.90 *
Moroccan tile patchwork
Moroccan tile patchwork
Content 1 m²
€59.90 *
Oriental tile Habib
Oriental tile Habib
Content 1 m²
€49.90 *
Marokkanische Fliesen Medi
Moroccan wall tiles Medina
Content 1 m²
€59.95 *
Patchwork Tiles Musichalls Multicolor
Patchwork Tiles Musichalls Multicolor
Content 1 m²
€49.90 *
Oriental tiles Belal
Oriental tiles Belal
Content 1 m²
€59.90 *
Oriental Floor Tile Dubai Beige
Oriental Floor Tile Dubai Beige
Content 1 m²
€29.90 *
Moroccan tiles Risha
Moroccan tiles Risha
Content 1 m²
€39.90 * €49.90 *
Uni Tile Almeda Grey
Uni Tile Almeda Grey
Content 1 m²
€59.90 *
Moroccan tile Flavie Noir
Moroccan tile Flavie Noir
Content 1 m²
€59.90 * €69.90 *
Oriental tiles Flavie Blanc
Oriental tiles Flavie Blanc
Content 1 m²
€59.90 * €69.90 *
Moroccan tile Muna
Moroccan tile Muna
Content 1 m²
€59.90 *
Moroccan tile Esila
Moroccan tile Esila
Content 1 m²
€59.90 * €69.90 *
Moroccan tiles in cement tile look Mayada
Moroccan tiles in cement tile look Mayada
Content 1 m²
€59.90 * €69.90 *
Moroccan tile Nergis
Moroccan tile Nergis
Content 1 m²
€59.90 * €69.90 *
Moroccan tile Cadis
Moroccan tile Cadis
Content 1 m²
€49.90 *
Oriental patchwork tiles Monastir
Oriental patchwork tiles Monastir
Content 1 m²
€69.90 *
Oriental Floor Tile Dubai Grey
Oriental Floor Tile Dubai Grey
Content 1 m²
€29.90 *
Moroccan tile Idris
Moroccan tile Idris
Content 1 m²
€69.90 *
Oriental tile Husna
Oriental tile Husna
Content 1 m²
€69.90 *
Moroccan tile Monir
Moroccan tile Monir
Content 1 m²
€69.90 *
Moroccan tile Carima
Moroccan tile Carima
Content 1 m²
€69.90 *
Moroccan tile Samra
Moroccan tile Samra
Content 1 m²
€59.90 *
Oriental tile Aliza
Oriental tile Aliza
Content 1 m²
€59.90 *
Moroccan tile Diala
Moroccan tile Diala
Content 1 m²
€49.90 * €69.90 *
Andalusian Tiles Makadi Edith
Andalusian Tiles Makadi Edith
Content 1 m²
€59.90 * €69.90 *
Moroccan Tiles Risha Patchwork
Moroccan Tiles Risha Patchwork
Content 1 m²
€49.90 *
Oriental tile Diglas
Oriental tile Diglas
Content 1 m²
€49.90 *
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Moroccan patchwork tiles Arabesque
Moroccan patchwork tiles Arabesque
Content 1 m²
€49.90 *
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Oriental floor tiles

With our oriental-Mediterranean floor tiles, two worlds meet: the lightness of Mediterranean life and the fascination of oriental culture. Especially in Morocco, they know how to unite these two worlds into a harmonious design. The result is floor tiles with elaborate ornaments in delicate, light, often cheerful colors.

As traditional as these patterns may be, they are currently popping up everywhere in modern architecture. Two trends can be seen in home design magazines: Cement-look floor tiles, which can be folded into impressive ornaments, and patchwork floor tiles, whose mix of patterns makes them real eye-catchers. Also popular are Casa-Moro floor tiles in stone look and in various geometric shapes.

Which material the ideal floor tile should be made of depends entirely on its destination: both porcelain stoneware and ceramic floor tiles are suitable for laying inside the house. So you can let your personal taste decide. A tile floor outdoors, on the other hand, is exposed to the elements and therefore has somewhat higher requirements. Porcelain stoneware floor tiles from Casa-Moro are frost resistant and therefore suitable for the terrace or an outdoor staircase,

When making your choice, also pay attention to the product details: the abrasion class of the American Porcelain and Enamel Institute PEI indicates the durability: class 3 is suitable for living areas, kitchens, bathrooms, hallways, corridors and balconies, class 4 for heavily trafficked areas with sturdy footwear and stairs, class 5 even for commercially used areas in hotels and catering establishments. In wet areas, slip resistance is also important: floor tiles with an R-value of 9 are recommended for bathrooms, while R10 is better for floor tiles laid outside. This is especially true for stairs and sloping areas. Although the slip resistance classes range up to R13, such extremely slip-resistant floor tiles are very difficult to clean.

 

 

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Oriental floor tiles

With our oriental-Mediterranean floor tiles, two worlds meet: the lightness of Mediterranean life and the fascination of oriental culture. Especially in Morocco, they know how to unite these two worlds into a harmonious design. The result is floor tiles with elaborate ornaments in delicate, light, often cheerful colors.

As traditional as these patterns may be, they are currently popping up everywhere in modern architecture. Two trends can be seen in home design magazines: Cement-look floor tiles, which can be folded into impressive ornaments, and patchwork floor tiles, whose mix of patterns makes them real eye-catchers. Also popular are Casa-Moro floor tiles in stone look and in various geometric shapes.

Which material the ideal floor tile should be made of depends entirely on its destination: both porcelain stoneware and ceramic floor tiles are suitable for laying inside the house. So you can let your personal taste decide. A tile floor outdoors, on the other hand, is exposed to the elements and therefore has somewhat higher requirements. Porcelain stoneware floor tiles from Casa-Moro are frost resistant and therefore suitable for the terrace or an outdoor staircase,

When making your choice, also pay attention to the product details: the abrasion class of the American Porcelain and Enamel Institute PEI indicates the durability: class 3 is suitable for living areas, kitchens, bathrooms, hallways, corridors and balconies, class 4 for heavily trafficked areas with sturdy footwear and stairs, class 5 even for commercially used areas in hotels and catering establishments. In wet areas, slip resistance is also important: floor tiles with an R-value of 9 are recommended for bathrooms, while R10 is better for floor tiles laid outside. This is especially true for stairs and sloping areas. Although the slip resistance classes range up to R13, such extremely slip-resistant floor tiles are very difficult to clean.