10,627 african mansion Home Design Photos

Lightlink Lighting
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Craftsman Renovation
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A small, cozy dining room with various West African sculpture, framed Kuba cloth, Indonesian Teak table, bookcase and credenza and custom Zen/Industrial lighting by Lightlink above the table. Linen drapes and chairs by West Elm. Natural sisal carpet. Wall color is a dark cocoa eggshell. Photo : Dan
“wall color/ceiling” — southfield544
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offered in a variety of 9 wood species to compliment any interior including: primed white, pine, oak, knotty pine, fir, maple, knotty alder, cherry and African mahogany. Optional 8-foot tall doors are available in primed white and pine species only.
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Garden design in Greece on the island of Paros
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ornamental garlic white african lillies ornamental grasses
African lily
“Agapanthus” — Flores Landscaping
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WHAT architecture - Beirutful House
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Ethnic african boubou wax print curtains sourced across town in Dalston and free standing stocking lamp by Cai light.
Solana Flooring
African Sapele Flooring
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African Sapele Flooring
African Sapele Prefinished Hardwood Floo
Solana Flooring
African Sapele Flooring
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African Sapele Flooring
African Sapele Prefinished Hardwood Floo
Solana Flooring
African Sapele Flooring
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African Sapele Flooring
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CYAN Horticulture
5 Reviews
Cussonia paniculata, WA
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(Cussonia paniculata), nothing detracts from the gardener's intention: plant collector's whimsy. This amusing-looking cabbage tree is a choice South African native usually restricted to under-glass botanical collections. Wheeled inside for the winter, it has happily adapted to the Washington state climate
(Cussonia paniculata), nothing detracts from the gardener's intention: plant collector's whimsy. This amusing-looking cabbage tree is a choice South African native usually restricted to under-glass botanical collections. Wheeled inside for the winter, it has happily adapted to the Washington state climate
“CYAN HorticultureSave to IdeabookEmail Photo In this simplest combination of a Ghostbuster-green cha” — Cherry Ong
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