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I am so thrilled to share with you the home tour of Carey and Erv Salvador, which ran this week on design*sponge . Carey is the shop owner of Pigeonhole Homestore , the most adorable store full of vintage furniture, lighting, treasures and new homewares. To no surprise, her home

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When we were hunting for a affordable flooring solutions for the Laboratory, we came across a wood floor we had never seen before in a store in Soho: it was made from tiles cut across the grain of hard wood beams: end cuts placed in a grid to make an unexpectedly beautiful pattern. The lighting in the store was so poor that our snapshots were too vague to publish. Recently, we came across some fine images of what we now know to be Log End or End Grain flooring, and info about how to do it…

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Oh my goodness! Welcome Design Sponge friends! I am totally flattered to have a tour of our home on my most favorite design blog ever. It’s honestly a dream come true. This tour pushed me out of my comfort zone – I 100% did not believe the house was ready for this sort of thing yet. But then I talked myself Guest Bedrooms, Old Houses, Design, Home Décor, Home, Guest Bedroom, Built Ins, House Tours, House

Oh my goodness! Welcome Design Sponge friends! I am totally flattered to have a tour of our home on my most favorite design blog ever. It’s honestly a dream come true. This tour pushed me out of my comfort zone – I 100% did not believe the house was ready for this sort of thing yet. But then I talked myself through some facts like that this house will never be completely perfect, that it’s going to evolve with time, and that I need to chill out. Check out our home tour on Design Sponge now!

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