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Smithcliffs Contemporary Staircase, Orange County

Inspiration for a contemporary staircase remodel in Orange County — Houzz

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Rafe Gibson wrote:
Concrete - What a great use of space and light; is the flooring polished concrete, and I'd so, what color dye or hardener was used? I love the natural color.
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Looks awesome! Thanks for the info!
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Where did you purchase the pony tail palms?

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creative jewish added this to Got Bright Light but Lack Spare Time? Try Ponytail Palm
The most serious threat to this plant is overwatering or flooding, which can cause root rot and bacterial or fungal diseases. Never allow water to sit in the bottom of the saucer or pot, and when in doubt, don't water. Dry and brown lower foliage, a shriveled stem and desiccated roots are usually signs of underwatering.
Jess McBride added this to Healthy Home: Courtyards Bring Light and Life Indoors
5. Maximizing skylights. A quartet of ponytail palms planted beneath skylights not only boost the home’s indoor air quality and infiltration of light into what would otherwise be a fairly dark hallway, but they also bring nature within physical reach. Although a scheme like this must be carefully planned to ensure adequate species selection, proper spacing of the plants and optimal angle of the sun, it can be a great way to take advantage of existing skylights or can serve as an alternative to a fully open atrium when such a design simply isn’t feasible.

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Zack added this to Stairs
Ponytail palms! And so stately...

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