Before & After: A Joshua Tree Midcentury Serves Up Moroccan Vibes

The couple behind Mini Inno turn a 1966 ranch home into a rejuvenating retreat.
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Fielding more than three million visitors a year, Joshua Tree National Park has become a hotbed for vacation homes. To catch the wave, Elaine and Stanley Yang, the husband-and-wife team behind real estate and development firm Mini Inno, went out in search of a home that could serve as a weekend retreat and Airbnb.

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