Long a source of inspiration to artists and designers, Morocco and its traditional patterns appear broadly across so many of our material categories. The region’s iconic tiles — glazed ceramic square tiles in vibrant colors or with traditional patterning — are especially well-represented. Classic patterns that feature complex lattices and shapes — such as ogee drops, lozenges and Persian stars — appear on tiles, embossed leathers, textiles and wallcoverings. The classic Moroccan rug, a staple of iconic midcentury design, is represented by textiles that feature the iconic diamond grid and a shaggy pile carpet. The influence of Morocco on design history and contemporary aesthetics is so well-established that these recognizable motifs will effortlessly blend into a variety of styles, while still giving a nod to old-world romance.