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Daisy Marie
Layered lighting is such an overlooked element in design..
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We love lamps in the evenings, almost never have the main lights on. Just bought a lovely latte work wood one which makes beautiful patterns on the wall.
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I'd love a pendant light, but our ceilings are low and my husband is 6'5"

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