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The baby boy’s room also has a nature theme, with tree decals on the wall and a butterfly kite hovering near the
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The theme is great because the colors aren't too overwhelming for a toddler
nursery is babyproofed, so there are no real trees in this nest. But a pair of tree decals repeats the apartment's outdoorsy theme.
The nursery is baby-proofed, so there are no real trees in this nest. But a pair of tree murals repeats the home’s outdoorsy theme.
“декор” — Alyona Demushkina
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Summit Leaugue Homes For The Holidays, Saratoga, CA
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creating an African-themed holiday tree. The open grasslands known as “savanna” and the indigenous cultures of Africa served as inspiration for this stylized tree. Soft yellow lights give the tree a warm glow reminiscent of the golden grasses of—and the sun over—these vast plains.On the tree you see traditional
over four thousand years ago. A carved wooden figure of Akuaba from Ghana tops the tree. This style of Akuaba originates from the Ashanti people and is used as both a fertility symbol and general good luck. The tree skirt is genuine hand-woven and hand-dyed mud cloth, or "bogolanfini," from Mali. The
wooden African animals mingle together as they do on the veldt. Colorfully beaded leather amulets adorned with cowrie shells from West Africa pepper the tree; cowrie shells are used for divination by the Yoruban people of West Africa and have also been used as currency for centuries. Blown glass balls in
“cowrie shell ideals” — adiahheru
Fiorito Interior Design
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Summit League Homes For The Holidays, Saratoga, CA
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creating an African-themed holiday tree. The open grasslands known as “savanna” and the indigenous cultures of Africa served as inspiration for this stylized tree. Soft yellow lights give the tree a warm glow reminiscent of the golden grasses of—and the sun over—these vast plains.On the tree you see traditional
over four thousand years ago. A carved wooden figure of Akuaba from Ghana tops the tree. This style of Akuaba originates from the Ashanti people and is used as both a fertility symbol and general good luck. The tree skirt is genuine hand-woven and hand-dyed mud cloth, or "bogolanfini," from Mali. The
wooden African animals mingle together as they do on the veldt. Colorfully beaded leather amulets adorned with cowrie shells from West Africa pepper the tree; cowrie shells are used for divination by the Yoruban people of West Africa and have also been used as currency for centuries. Blown glass balls in
“Africa” — wildcatfever
Fiorito Interior Design
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Summit League Homes For The Holidays, Saratoga, CA
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creating an African-themed holiday tree. The open grasslands known as “savanna” and the indigenous cultures of Africa served as inspiration for this stylized tree. Soft yellow lights give the tree a warm glow reminiscent of the golden grasses of—and the sun over—these vast plains.On the tree you see traditional
over four thousand years ago. A carved wooden figure of Akuaba from Ghana tops the tree. This style of Akuaba originates from the Ashanti people and is used as both a fertility symbol and general good luck. The tree skirt is genuine hand-woven and hand-dyed mud cloth, or "bogolanfini," from Mali. The
wooden African animals mingle together as they do on the veldt. Colorfully beaded leather amulets adorned with cowrie shells from West Africa pepper the tree; cowrie shells are used for divination by the Yoruban people of West Africa and have also been used as currency for centuries. Blown glass balls in
“Soul” — patriciamaia
Fiorito Interior Design
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Summit League Homes For The Holidays, Saratoga, CA
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creating an African-themed holiday tree. The open grasslands known as “savanna” and the indigenous cultures of Africa served as inspiration for this stylized tree. Soft yellow lights give the tree a warm glow reminiscent of the golden grasses of—and the sun over—these vast plains.On the tree you see traditional
over four thousand years ago. A carved wooden figure of Akuaba from Ghana tops the tree. This style of Akuaba originates from the Ashanti people and is used as both a fertility symbol and general good luck. The tree skirt is genuine hand-woven and hand-dyed mud cloth, or "bogolanfini," from Mali. The
wooden African animals mingle together as they do on the veldt. Colorfully beaded leather amulets adorned with cowrie shells from West Africa pepper the tree; cowrie shells are used for divination by the Yoruban people of West Africa and have also been used as currency for centuries. Blown glass balls in
“I like the gift wrap” — hhallbey
Fiorito Interior Design
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Summit League Homes For The Holidays, Saratoga, CA
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creating an African-themed holiday tree. The open grasslands known as “savanna” and the indigenous cultures of Africa served as inspiration for this stylized tree. Soft yellow lights give the tree a warm glow reminiscent of the golden grasses of—and the sun over—these vast plains.On the tree you see traditional
over four thousand years ago. A carved wooden figure of Akuaba from Ghana tops the tree. This style of Akuaba originates from the Ashanti people and is used as both a fertility symbol and general good luck. The tree skirt is genuine hand-woven and hand-dyed mud cloth, or "bogolanfini," from Mali. The
wooden African animals mingle together as they do on the veldt. Colorfully beaded leather amulets adorned with cowrie shells from West Africa pepper the tree; cowrie shells are used for divination by the Yoruban people of West Africa and have also been used as currency for centuries. Blown glass balls in
“Africa” — wildcatfever
Fiorito Interior Design
3 Reviews
Summit League Homes For The Holidays, Saratoga, CA
Ideabooks25
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creating an African-themed holiday tree. The open grasslands known as “savanna” and the indigenous cultures of Africa served as inspiration for this stylized tree. Soft yellow lights give the tree a warm glow reminiscent of the golden grasses of—and the sun over—these vast plains.On the tree you see traditional
over four thousand years ago. A carved wooden figure of Akuaba from Ghana tops the tree. This style of Akuaba originates from the Ashanti people and is used as both a fertility symbol and general good luck. The tree skirt is genuine hand-woven and hand-dyed mud cloth, or "bogolanfini," from Mali. The
wooden African animals mingle together as they do on the veldt. Colorfully beaded leather amulets adorned with cowrie shells from West Africa pepper the tree; cowrie shells are used for divination by the Yoruban people of West Africa and have also been used as currency for centuries. Blown glass balls in
Fiorito Interior Design
3 Reviews
Summit League Homes For The Holidays, Saratoga, CA
Ideabooks46
Questions0
creating an African-themed holiday tree. The open grasslands known as “savanna” and the indigenous cultures of Africa served as inspiration for this stylized tree. Soft yellow lights give the tree a warm glow reminiscent of the golden grasses of—and the sun over—these vast plains.On the tree you see traditional
over four thousand years ago. A carved wooden figure of Akuaba from Ghana tops the tree. This style of Akuaba originates from the Ashanti people and is used as both a fertility symbol and general good luck. The tree skirt is genuine hand-woven and hand-dyed mud cloth, or "bogolanfini," from Mali. The
wooden African animals mingle together as they do on the veldt. Colorfully beaded leather amulets adorned with cowrie shells from West Africa pepper the tree; cowrie shells are used for divination by the Yoruban people of West Africa and have also been used as currency for centuries. Blown glass balls in
“Jiihninj” — andreamorales21
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