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The living room of Baum’s 1650-square-foot home features a poured-concrete floor as well as many vintage finds and artifacts from his travels. The sidechairs in the foreground are by Ib Kofod-Larsen and the leather chair is by Gilbert Rohde.

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Originally appeared in Developer Does Dallas
on August 4, 2009
The living room of Baum’s 1650-square-foot home features a poured-concrete floor as well as many vintage finds and artifacts from his travels. The sidechairs in the foreground are by Ib Kofod-Larsen and the leather chair is by Gilbert Rohde.
The living room of Baum’s 1650-square-foot home features a poured-concrete floor as well as many vintage finds and artifacts from his travels. The sidechairs in the foreground are by Ib Kofod-Larsen and the leather chair is by Gilbert Rohde.

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