Designer Angela Bonfante tells us how to incorporate Moroccan tiles into the home without going overboard.

Designer Angela Bonfante tells us how to incorporate Moroccan tiles into the home without going overboard.

In the last year, Moroccan tile has been popping up in homes around Central Ohio. But while it's currently on trend, the look lends a space a classic vibe. "It has sort of an Old World feel to it," says Angela Bonfante of Angela Bonfante Kitchen Designs. "It looks like something you would find in an old Tuscan farmhouse." We asked Bonfante how to incorporate the boldly patterned tile into home design without going overboard. In the last year, Moroccan tile has been popping up in homes around Central Ohio. But while it's currently on trend, the look lends a space a classic vibe. "It has sort of an Old World feel to it," says Angela Bonfante of . "It looks like something you would find in an old Tuscan farmhouse." We asked Bonfante how to incorporate the boldly patterned tile into home design without going overboard.

Add a splash of color. Don't want to fully commit to the trend? Bonfante recommends using Moroccan tiles as accents alongside solid-color tiles.

Go all out. Bonfante's designed a few kitchens using all Moroccan tiles on the backsplash. "Find one that you really, really love, that you could look at over and over again," she suggests.

Mix it up. Moroccan tile is a popular choice for sunroom floors, and Bonfante says the best way to do it is by mixing patterns. "There needs to be a common thread, whether that's a commonality in pattern or in color," she says.