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DKOR Interiors Inc.- Interior Designers Miami, FL
A Modern Miami Home
indoor plant – or threeOne of the easiest ways to visually freshen up a bathroom is to add a plant. Plants that love warm, moist air will thrive in a light-filled bathroom. Try grouping several statement plants on a wall like in this bathroom with its staghorns, or cluster a trio of ZZ plants in on-trend
What is behind these plants that prevents moisture from damaging the walls? And are the lilies real?
I can't tell exactly what the plants are hanging in.
Plants and pockets listed in link
Floor, plants, atmosphere
like the living plant idea
Like the hanging plants.
BR plant wall...wall plants...Bathroom plants
Tyrrell and Laing International, Inc.
attic bathroom with pitched roof and raw brick
brick + white walls, slope of roof
Ceiling and roof lights
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Dayna Katlin Interiors
Hi. What's the name of the plant in the bowl ?
The plant in front bowl is not an orchid looks like chia
Domiteaux + Baggett Architects, PLLC
White Rock House
What should I plant with Shasta daisies?
i think this question came to wrong picture? we do not select plants, leave that to landscape architects.
Collector's Paradise | Estancia
s, this modernist home located in north Scottsdale’s Estancia is the quintessential gallery home for the spectacular collection within. The primary roof form, “the wing” as the owner enjoys referring to it, opens the home vertically to a view of adjacent Pinnacle peak and changes the aperture to horizontal
Buying a house that looks very square and boxxy, flat roof, 90 degree angles every where. 60's or 70's design. Wanna dress it up to flip it! Thinking Red Cedars and woven corners and hip trusses on current flat roof. Do you have any photos of this?