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Sam Ferris added this to Moroccan-Style Tiles: Pros & Cons22 October 2018

Con: They’re high-maintenanceConcrete is naturally porous, and the surface of encaustic tiles isn’t protected by a glaze. As a result, Moroccan-style tiles are susceptible to staining. You should treat them like natural stone, which means routine sealing (some manufacturers recommend a seal prior to installation), cleaning up spills immediately and avoiding prolonged exposure to moisture. If you’re set on this look but want less maintenance, shop around for porcelain and ceramic look-alikes. They don’t require sealing and generally hold up well to spills and water.Here’s an alphabetical guide to tile terms

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January Staging and Design added this to Moraga Powder Room5 May 2023

If your mirror is large enough, then the pendant could reflect in the upper part of the mirror.

January Staging and Design added this to Susie’s Bathroom23 April 2023

Spanish tiling and Spanish framed mirror

emily5482 added this to Italy apt21 March 2023

love tiles amd layout master bathroom nook?

Mimi Sitton added this to shaulasimpkins's ideas13 February 2023

The tile! The mirror is cool too!

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