Lighting

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I am so excited to give this DIY project a try for the summer.  Lifehacker has put together a great how to for creating beautiful...

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Predicted by many as another big design trend for 2010 is what I am calling "weathered and treasured". Benjamin Moore defined this trend: "Treasured" is...

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I am getting to the daily garden,  that is up next as well as the final round up of 2010 trend week...but I saw these...

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Though I generally don't do theme's, this is appealing to me. The repeated use of spheres in the lights and in the pool decor is...

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I have start with apologies, I have meant to write so much more often than I have been able to, since being here in So...

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Image by Sparkes These pretty lights were part of an art exhibition in London on Southbank.  They inspire me to think about cleaning out used...

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These garden lights are a interesting ideas for the garden.  I can easily imagine a use for the bamboo screen lights.  The Bee on the...

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It is a huge trend in gardening. For generations, plants were placed in soil on the ground or in a pot. Period. But now, gardening...

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I had a client a couple of years ago who had the perfect spot for the Havana Outdoor Pendant Lamp by Foscarini. I was never...

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I would say that this is a typical, under loved entry way, but the makeover that this homeowner gave to the front of his home...

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Is it me or does this lamp bring out some sort of carnal desires....like a need to go howl in the dark under the light...

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Spanning the globe....I feel like the Len Berman of gardens today....  This morning, we visited with Neville and Sharon in South Africa, now with Ian...

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Neville Trickett and his wife Sharon are people, who upon discovering, I became instantly fascinated with.  I read about them at one of my favorite...

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The refrain, 'Make do with what you have',  is, in lean times is a reality forced upon many.  I am inspired by design that takes...

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Though internationally famous for making the best sundials around, David Harper has lead an inspiring life. His previous careers included being an apprentice thatcher, potter,...

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It's summer holiday season and everyone is heading to the shore.  Long walks and beach combing often turn up treasured souvenirs of a great vacation...

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Night blooming flowers of a whole different sort! Isn't it amazing what you can create in a night time garden? Found at Houzz and designed...

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All the splendor of a fantastic light show - responsibly solar powered.  Designed by O*GE Architects and Interactive Gallery the  Night Garden installation was part...

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I love this pair of shots of the same garden by day and by night. It is so hard to find a night garden shot...

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Suzman Cole has one of the most beautiful and varied design portfolios I have seen in a while. Perusing their website, it is difficult to...

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Another find for you here on Friday.   I have been considering planting  willow whips to grow into a tunnel for my little people to play...

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