A traffic-stopping work of tile art

About 13 years have passed since Aziz and Louise Farnam set that first periwinkle tile at their Santa Monica bungalow, and now the entire house on California Avenue at 26th Street is a shimmering montage that beckons the curious.
Michael Robinson Chavez / Los Angeles Times
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