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Borghese Luce Arte
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Kitchen peninsula London
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Be boldThe beauty of cluster lighting is that you can have as many bulbs as you like. This gorgeous cluster of chromed glass orbs is softly
a row of pendants or buying a cluster-style design to create a richer light and more flexibility.See more dazzling cluster lightsHow have you illuminated
of this room is. The simple globe lights, grouped to create a fabulous cluster, highlight an impeccably tailored island unit, the sharp lines emphasised
enhance the glamorous bar vibe and encourage friends to linger.See more cluster lights
“Lighting” — Liza Amor
Corydalis lutea (syn. Pseudofumaria lutea)
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dry shade and dense shade. This underused perennial produces fragrant clusters of soft yellow flowers on clumps of fernlike green leaves from late April
dry shade and dense shade. This underused perennial produces fragrant clusters of soft yellow flowers on clumps of fernlike green leaves from late April
“Yellow Corydalis (Corydalis lutea) An incredible workhorse, carefree corydalis performs in even the” — jtsedona
June Scott Design
7 Reviews
South Pasadena Eclectic
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clustered field sedge. instead of lawn, california native
Carex praegracilis or clustered field sedge, feels very beachy and is very tolerant
clustered field sedge (Carex praegracilis). Tolerant of almost any condition
Southern California front yard that gets some shade and is filled with clustered field sedge (Carex praegracilis). Tolerant of almost any condition, it
“native meadow” — Chapman Landscaping
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De Meza + Architecture
6 Reviews
Jackson Penthouse / Roof Deck, San Francisco
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Love the lighting cluster where can I find these fixtures?
Lighting cluster...Light cluster!!!!...pendant cluster...Cluster lighting...light cluster
“table” — beccyjanis
Fullmer's Landscaping, Inc
cottage Garden
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False Dragonhead (Physostegia virginiana) Snapdragon-like spikes of clustered white, pink or magenta flowers distinguish this native plant, which derives
Plant, False Dragonhead(Physostegia virginiana)Snapdragon-like spikes of clustered white, pink or magenta flowers distinguish this native plant, which derives
“tiles” — lexminnie
Rikki Snyder
6 Reviews
My Houzz: Iris Dankner
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1. Cluster of vases. Find three to five vases of varied heights that go together —
or all glass). Styling tip: Place the tallest vase in the center and cluster the others around it, working from tallest to smallest; fill the vases with
Cluster of vases (3-5 of varied heights that go together) are a great way to arrange
1. Cluster of vases. Find three to five vases of varied heights that go together — they don’t need to be identical, but they often work best when they
blue or all glass). Styling tip: Place the tallest vase in the center and cluster the others around it, working from tallest to smallest; fill the vases with
Center table decor. Cluster of vases.
“Black front door” — hutchputnam
Landscape
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this deciduous shrub the perfect addition to break up expanses of green. Clusters of white flowers in springtime are a bonus, and at just 2 feet tall and
this deciduous shrub the perfect addition to break up expanses of green. Clusters of white flowers in springtime are a bonus, and at just 2 feet tall and
“Deutzia gracis creme fraiche” — Roslyn Lockhart
Enroot Landscape Planning and Design
3 Reviews
Ceres
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be nearby. My colleagues eventually stopped laughing and pointed out a cluster of these magnificent trees at the far end of the parking lot. Not surprisingly
be nearby. My colleagues eventually stopped laughing and pointed out a cluster of these magnificent trees at the far end of the parking lot. Not surprisingly
“An outdoor reading nook” — Erin
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