Since 2015 Maison Bahya has been expanding the design possibilities of cement tiles by offering custom creations and modern motifs. The company, founded by couple Audrey and Alexandre, designs all of its tiles in Paris and employs skilled artisans in their workshop in Tangier to bring each tile to life.
There are over 300 patterns to choose from amongst their collections including familiar classics from Morocco and Victorian styles as well as minimalist, modern designs and a select number of pieces from guest designers.
Amongst these guest-designed collections is Rails by Gwendoline Porte which echoes her similarly shaped furniture-sculpture range, a patchwork collection by Valérie Barkowski inspired by travel, and a number of designs in fabulous colourways by Céline Héno and Caroline Diaz from Mini Labo.
If clients do not find the tiles they are looking for amongst Maison Bahya’s extensive portfolio, they are invited to work with the company’s designers to create their very own bespoke products or recreations of beloved styles.
A new post by Hanna Simpson, Diary of a Tile Addict, November 2022.