Tour a Moroccan Home Filled with Pattern and Color

Tour a Moroccan Home Filled with Pattern and Color

98cac5b8824ffa9dfec076061c9bc13f5981f2d1?auto=compress&w=240&h=240&fit=crop
Nancy Mitchell
Sep 8, 2015
(Image credit: Elle Decor)

Caitlin and Samuel Dow-Sandes, the couple behind Moroccan tile purveyor Popham Design, also happen to have excellent taste in interiors. This isn't the first time we've featured a home of theirs: their previous house in Morocco appeared on the site about a year ago. In their new Marrakech home they've executed, on an even grander scale, the kind of colorful modern eclecticism we've come to know them for.

Their living room, pictured above, is painted in a beautiful robin's-egg blue that reads almost a bit otherworldly. In another space a blue this deep might be overwhelming, but here it works perfectly, playing off the artwork and the hexagonal tile floor. A light fixture by Constance Guisset tops everything off.

(Image credit: Elle Decor)

The bold color continues outside, where a couple of bright red chairs top a colorful rug by the pool.

(Image credit: Elle Decor)

This kids' room is the perfect balance of high design and playful exuberance. 60s mod design meets Moroccan textiles meets geometric tile on a colorful backdrop — with a little bit of IKEA for good measure.

Like what you see? Take the full tour at Elle Decor.

Created with Sketch.