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Best of 2014: Our Favorite Posts of The Year

by Maxwell Tielman

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2014 was a big year for us here at Design*Sponge. We unveiled our snazzy new site design, sealed the deal on a new book, welcomed a bunch of rad new team members, Grace bought a house upstate, and we turned ten years old! (That’s right — if we were a human, we would be entering fifth grade now. Oh, how time flies!) Between all of that craziness, we ran some of our all-time favorite home tours, got to know some totally cool new designers, and made, like, a billion recipes and DIY projects. What can we say — we like to party hard. In short, it’s been a pretty fabulous year and we couldn’t think of anywhere we’d have rather spent it than with you, dear reader. So let’s go into 2015 on a high note, by taking a stroll through some of the team’s favorite posts of 2014! What are your favorites?

See you in the New Year! xoxo — The Design*Sponge Team

HOME TOURS

DIY

BEFORE & AFTER

FOOD/DRINK

BIZ LADIES

DAY IN THE LIFE/WE WANT YOUR JOB

AFTER THE JUMP

TRAVEL

ESSAYS

 

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