Imagine you’ve biked across the countryside of Morocco. You’ve meandered through the souks and are taking refuge in a courtyard surrounded by thick medieval terra cotta walls and archways that peek into Moorish courtyard gardens filled with succulents and fragrant plantings of jasmine, salvia and tangerines. It’s wild, protected and private. You don’t need to plan much to pull off this simple, relaxed vibe. It all starts with inspiration from the historic Sherwin-Williams building, circa 1929, in downtown Springfield.