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container plants
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plant and flower picture
Plant next to sideboard
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vertical shifting shoji screen and traditional table
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A design with multiple personalities, Zen and religions
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Vertical lines
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Universal Hardwood could be right. I was just the photographer. It is in an old Steam Plant but I do think the flooring is relatively new.
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The plant in the middle of the table
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help keep our air clean. If you're squeezed for space, consider vertical gardening. Trellises can help foliage grow into fantastic formations, and some modern metal trellises look great even when they're not covered in plants.
help keep our air clean. If you're squeezed for space, consider vertical gardening. Trellises can help foliage grow into fantastic formations, and some modern metal trellises look great even when they're not covered in plants.
potted plants. If a full landscape isn't right for your outdoor space, keep your plant life manageable by adding potted plants to your rooftop, terrace or balcony. If every home in Hong Kong played their part and placed one plant outside or in a window, there would be 7.8 million additional plants to help
“Hong kong” — tanialves77
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Balcony plant
chair + plants
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