In making the move to their third house in Marrakech, the founders of the tile firm Popham Design find even more opportunity to indulge their passions for pattern and playful color.
In the living room of Caitlin and Samuel Dowe-Sandes's home in Marrakech, the floor is lined with handmade cement tiles by their firm, Popham Design. The Art Deco armchairs were found at a Paris auction, the 1970s chair is by Ingmar Relling, and the ceiling fixture is by Constance Guisset; the cocktail table's top was originally a ceiling panel in a 1970s department store, the photograph is by Khalil Nemmaoui, and the walls are painted in a custom robin's-egg blue.
The 1950s house is constructed of local stone quarried from nearby Mont Gueliz.
The antique French desk in the entry was purchased at a Paris auction, and the floor and staircase are lined with tiles by Popham Design.
Samuel designed the kitchen's pendant lights, the countertops are Moroc can marble, and the vintage sign came from a Marrakech souk; the sink is by Ikea, and the floor and wall tiles are by Popham Design.
A vintage Danish pendant light hangs above a dining table by Habitat, the 1950s chairs are by Ico Parisi, the painting is by Robert Schmid, and a wall is sheathed in Popham Design's Scarab tiles.
Samuel designed the table and swing in the garden, and the vintage chairs are by Harry Bertoia.
The walls and floor of a bathroom are lined in Popham Design's Hex Long Shadow, the shower enclosure is custom made, and the brass fixtures were purchased from a souk.
In the study, the 1960s armchair and ottoman are Danish, the 1920s light fixture on the wall came from a Marrakech flea market, and the vintage side table was found at a Paris flea market; the Saarinen table and custom-painted Tolix chairs are vintage.
Georgina's room features a vintage chair by Eero Aarnio, a pendant light by Claire Norcross, and a feather headdress from Cameroon; the floor tiles are Popham Design's Hex Knot.
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