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Evelyn Benatar, New York Interior Design
18 Reviews
Kew Gardens
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Buddhism, orange (or more precisely the saffron used to dye their robes) symbolizes illumination and the highest state of perfection.
Buddhism, orange (or more precisely the saffron used to dye their robes) symbolizes illumination and the highest state of perfection. Orange certainly makes
Buddhism, orange (or more precisely the saffron used to dye their robes) symbolizes illumination and the highest state of perfection.Orange certainly makes
“couch walls” — woop
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Stone Arch
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stand within seven rings around the sun stone — 7 being a sacred number symbolizing mystery and knowledge.
statues and more all symbolize deeper meanings and tell stories. Whether you understand the numerology, philosophy or symbolism behind her designs, you
stand within seven rings around the sun stone — 7 being a sacred number symbolizing mystery and knowledge.
“Love the stones” — mulliann
POC+P architects
Casa Tasso Alterations + additions
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connection to Australia’s federation history. Before the 1900s there were often symbols of flora and fauna embedded in the timberwork as a celebration of the new
the late 19th and early 20th century, Federation style architecture was a symbol of Australia’s budding national identity. The country was federated in 1901
might find a true connection to Australia’s history. Architects embedded symbols of flora and fauna in the timber work, or sunrise motifs in the front gable
“Mine” — kcmck
John Whipple - By Any Design ltd.
46 Reviews
Blue & White - boys bathroom
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Style Secret: Utilize the Power of SymbolsMost medical symbols are direct, clear and understood around the world. For example, the red cross was developed
has the meaning of help and neutrality. The American Red Cross adopted the symbol as its own, and in the U.S. it conveys a message of assistance and safety
“Spy” — kjs3dthinking
Chris Snook
3 Reviews
Shed of the Year 2014
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The terracotta hands on the wall initially seem to suggest some sort of symbolic message, but, Joel says, ‘it’s nothing like that. They were here when I
The terra-cotta hands on the wall seem to suggest some sort of symbolic message, but, Bird says, “it’s nothing like that. They were here when I
The terracotta hands on the wall initially seem to suggest some sort of symbolic message, but, Bird says, “it’s nothing like that. They were here when I
“A closer look at those bags that he plants in. You could use feed sacks with about 12 inches remove” — geredtag
Kelly Hoppen London
1 Review
Notting Hill Townhouse
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Portraits of Marilyn Monroe and an African tribeswoman perch over the buffet, symbolically calling attention to two of Hoppen's muses: her native South Africa and
Portraits of Marilyn Monroe and an African tribeswoman perch over the buffet, symbolically calling attention to two of Hoppen’s muses: her native South Africa and
“Colours” — Mira Taylor
Antenora Architects
5 Reviews
Detail of ornamental stone work
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subtle symbols for all five of the family members hidden in the exterior stone work. The detail in this photo is of a abstracted ladybug, a symbol of the
subtle symbols for all five of the family members hidden in the exterior stone work. The detail in this photo is of a abstracted ladybug, a symbol of the
The idea of these hidden symbols for each family member is pretty neat.
“Ladybug” — Julie Job
Holly Marder
Houzz Tour: A light-filled South Holland eclectic coastal home
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topped with 3 bottles with or clay, matches (with red tips), and water.symbols of the natural elements of earth, fire water - dirt or rocks
earth fire and water - symbols of natural elements
brick is thousands of years old and is topped with bottles filled with symbols of the natural elements of earth, fire and water
brick is thousands of years old and is topped with bottles filled with symbols of the natural elements of earth, fire and water. The piece certainly makes
brick is thousands of years old and is covered with bottles filled with symbols of the natural elements of earth, fire and water. The piece certainly makes
“stuff in bottles..clever DIY” — Karen
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