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Tropical Recessed Lighting

Sleeping in a jungle can be dangerous, but painting a tangle of trees over a luxurious (and indoor) bed is much safer.

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The use of lighting from all directions accentuate the tropical feel of this outdoor space. Lights within the pool, landscape lighting illuminating the waterfall and foliage, and recessed lights set low in the cabana provides a serene view of the lagoon-like pool area.

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Bamboo thrives in the bathroom. Lucky bamboo needs very little light and should be placed in low, indirect light. It doesn’t even need any soil – simply pop the stalk into a container filled with pebbles and water. Change the water every two to four weeks. Be warned that this is a fast growing plant, but you can curtail its growth by providing a physical barrier (such as a recessed shelf) or by shaping it regularly.

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Expert Advice: 5 Things to Know about Recessed Lighting from Architect Oliver Freundlich

Expert Advice: 5 Things to Know about Recessed Lighting from Architect Oliver Freundlich: Remodelista

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Florida Condo Decorating Ideas | Contemporary Eclectic Modern Traditional Asian Mediterranean Tropical

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18 Tropical Bathroom Design Photos

18 Tropical Bathroom Design Photos While this is tropical it could be adapted to the ranch and is a spectacular bathroom. Looks like the pedastal basins an the bathtub are made of cement.

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