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Zen Design Project
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Zen Inspired Contemporary Living Room
Zen Design Project
“area rug, painting” — komille
MAD - Modern Affordable Design Solutions Ltd
Zen Design Project
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Zen Inspired Contemporary Living Room
Zen Design Project
“Accents” — maureenwitte
MAD - Modern Affordable Design Solutions Ltd
Zen Design Project
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Zen Inspired Contemporary Living Room
Zen Design Project
“Table , accents” — maureenwitte
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Zen Design Project
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Zen Inspired Contemporary Living Room
Zen Design Project
“Style of chairs” — maureenwitte
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Zen Inspired Contemporary Living Room
Zen Design Project
“round table” — nickiep
Emotive Reclaim
Coffee Tables and bookshelves
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zen inspired living room
living room inspiration
“Cvn” — kzkonstantina
RugKnots
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Vogue
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almost resembles a maze. Light beiges complement this rug's bright green backdrop for a cheerful, casual vibe. This rug brings playful personality to any room, and would be great for a bedroom, sunroom, or entryway. Item Number: VO-8-13-2001 Collection: Vogue Size: 5.33x7.5 Material: Wool Knots: 5/5 Color:
Color or rug. Pop of color in neutral room
“Wall hangings” — Srishti Singh
Modern Landscape
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What kind of gravel would be good for a zen garden like this? I love this ok.
For the real source of minimalism, we should look to the Zen gardens of Japan. The perfectly placed rocks set
For the real source of minimalism, we should look to the Zen gardens of Japan. The perfectly placed rocks set in immaculate gravel, raked into swirling patterns, are pure minimalism.Japanese gardens were created in the pursuit of spirital balance, but in the West this has become a garden style.
smaller deadwood from trees and shrubs, since removal of live growth is more likely to stimulate new growth when the first colder weather arrives. Dead twigs and smaller wood pieces detract from a plant's form — and it's easy to tell those from the live wood right now. When you're finished, rake up excess
“rock garden” — erieka
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