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☯☮ॐ American Hippie Psychedelic Art ~ Make Love Not War - OBEY Shepard Fairey street artist . . revolution OBEY style, street graffiti, illustration and design posters.

Opposition to war was a big part of counterculture.This poster not only shows the anti-war sentiment of the decade, but also contains aspects of the hippie culture with the phrase "Make Love" and the peace symbol.

Looks like a fabulous place for Orchids!

I used to love sitting in the solarium playing cards. I think a sunroom/conservatory is a great place to relax. I think it would be awesome to have one that's so sunny I could grow plants there, like the greenhouse at the Chocolate Museum.

What a perfect place to sit all day and read or just dream.

Great window seat for reading! The built in book shelf is a plus too! ***need a window seat in the new place!

this skylight cover might be perfect for a café or restaurant building. This natural skylight cover bring the fresh color and air at the same time.

Funny pictures about Awesome indoor tree. Oh, and cool pics about Awesome indoor tree. Also, Awesome indoor tree.

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Consider entire wall of window in kitchen devoted to looking to outdoor vertical garden. Glass ceiling sounds hard to clean.

Attic Playrooms Ideas | attic hideaway | Adilyn's Playroom Ideas

Making an unfinished attic space feel livable

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Nature is Chaos & Order

A beautiful balcony garden. Lush green plants surrounding me while reading and drinking morning coffee sounds delightful! Tea on the wrap-around deck?

The Steampunk Home: Brooklyn Clock Loft

Love the Clock as a window! Brooklyn Clock Loft-The Clock on Old Fulton Street in Brooklyn Heights is a square foot loft located in an Italianate storage building built in 1892 on the site of the Brooklyn Eagle Newspaper once edited by Walt Whitman.

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