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Tile Designer's '50s House is As Wildly Fun as You'd Expect

Nearly a decade ago, then L.A.-based couple Caitlin and Samuel Dowe-Sandes moved to Marrakech, Morocco for a one-year retreat, only to find themselves quickly molding a colorful new life kickstarting a tile company, Popham Design. As spotlighted in a new feature on Elle Decor, the pair's renovated 1950s house in the heart of the city puts their growing expertise in designing patterned cement tiles on full display. The 2,000-square-foot space with soaring ceilings and bright walls features bold and vivid tiles throughout, including a demi-hexigon tile (in four different blues and oyster gray) that acts as a connecting thread for the first floor.

· A 1950s Home in Morocco Mixes Pattern to Perfection [Elle Decor via Automatism]
· Tour a French Wallpaper Designer's Splendid Paris Loft [Curbed]