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Hot on Pinterest: Wallpaper, Carved Stone, and Carrot Salad

Lonny's Top Pins of the Week
What do carved stone, carrots, and Farrow & Ball wallpaper all have in common?  As far as I can tell, absolutely nothing! Except that you and many more Lonny readers are going crazy for them on Pinterest this week.

A sink made of concrete in the home of artist Pepa Poch
Pepa Poch's artisanal kitchen sink, engineered of carved stone and outfitted with brass hardware, is an easy appliance to envy. What's not easy? Finding (or creating) one just like it! This unique type of architecture carries through the entire house, so if you love this look, be sure to take the full tour.

Kanik Table by Trunk | Lonny.com
Once you're done drooling over Poch's Mediterranean cottage, recreate the earthy style in your own home with a beautiful accent table from Trunk.  The Kanik fulfills two of my own constant furniture desires: mixed materials AND storage!

Diana Yen's Carrot Salad | Lonny.com
Over 300 of you have repinned Diana Yen's shaved carrot salad, and we want to hear how it turned out! Make this refreshing summer dish—dressed with mint, honey, cilantro, and feta—while this warm weather lasts.

Aranami wallpaper by Farrow & Ball | Lonny.com
Farrow & Ball's newest wallpaper has won many homeowners' hearts since we revealed the full collection in our September issue. The Aranami print, especially striking in the faded navy colorway, depicts crashing waves inspired by the iconic wood-block seascapes of Edo-period artist Katsushika Hokusai. Follow our Wall Treatments board for more surface treatment ideas!
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