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Sarah Davison Interior Design
Sydney Harbour Penthouse
Ideabooks155
Questions1
where I can find the pot that is inside standing on floor and what type of plant it is. thanks!
potted plant...big plant...Plant pot
“Grey tiles and different ceiling heights” — maryanndun
Award Winning Northern Virginia Custom Cabinetry
Custom cabinetry, built-ins, home entertainment centers, custom closets, wine rooms/storage, home offices, libraries, and bars.
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Heydt Designs
5 Reviews
Mill Valley Classic Cottage
Ideabooks9,008
Questions9
the vase cherry blossom? If not - can you share the type of stick/dried plant? Thanks!
window at landing, simple table and plant
I like the plant on the table...Plant size...Plant, bureau
“window” — egalt
Beach Style Hall
Ideabooks1,989
Questions4
Look at the plants....good ideas for cravings on the pole!
Picture of the sea and plants...Glass plants...Light and plants
“Light” — oughmatt
Tucker & Marks
1 Review
Enchanted Oaks
Ideabooks2,526
Questions4
chest mirror plant...mirror with plant arrangement...Pot for plant
“Orchid” — Joanna Bridges
Phillip W Smith General Contractor, Inc.
2 Reviews
Hallway
Ideabooks7,458
Questions7
Plant and vase...lights. plants
“Floor living room” — lorisasbon
Guided Home Design
20 Reviews
Chic Luxury
Ideabooks2,445
Questions4
Plants that look alive & well, even though they could be permanent botanicals.
colours plants...Pot plants in enterance
“Wood” — scottforse
Rafe Churchill: Traditional Houses
8 Reviews
Historic Renovation
Ideabooks372
Questions0
Cluster potted plants and blooming bulbs on a table.
potted plants and blooming bulbs on a table. Grouping potted plants doesn’t just look charming, it is beneficial to the plants, too. Keeping plants in close
helping the plants stay healthier and go a bit longer between watering.
Antique table for plants in kitchen and LR
CHARMING: cluster potted plants and blooming bulbs on a table; keeping plants in close proximity boosts humidity, helping plants stay healthier and go longer
potted plants and blooming bulbs on a table. Grouping potted plants doesn’t just look charming, it is beneficial to the plants, too. Keeping plants in close
close proximity to one another boosts humidity, helping the plants stay healthier and go a bit longer between watering.
“beautiful bulbs!” — jmcleanmarsh
Holly Marder
My Houzz: Eclectic Amsterdam Apartment
Ideabooks236
Questions1
What plant is on this picture? Very pretty!
Plants and natural fibers and light
Love the effect of the plant
“Looks like heywood furn” — yvon308
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