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I love the idea of bringing the outside in, when it comes to home decorating and architecture. This was really popular in the 70s with sunrooms, waterfalls, skylights and indoor gardens becoming popular. There are pitfalls to these ideas though, such as keeping the skylights clean, indoor gardens producing bugs and humidity and sunrooms being too hot. Here are some examples that look like they could work and were well executed.
Do you like the idea of bringing nature into the home, or do you want insides to be inside, and outside to stay outside?!
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