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Living Colour

Feature 11290006 | © living4media / Great Stock! | 7 images

Bright walls are the perfect background for ethno furnishings

The brighter the better could be the motto of this photo series. It combines royal blue, coral and lemon yellow with exotic furniture made of rattan and floral patterned cushions.

Details
Feature No.: 11290006
Number of images: 7
Text: Text written upon request (300-700 words, English)
Photographer: © living4media / Great Stock!
Topic: Gardens
Rights: Worldwide first rights available upon request, except in ZA
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All images in this feature (7)

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Keywords

Accessory Artisan Blue Bonsai Container courtyard Cushion Decorated Decorating Decoration ethnic art Feature Food Food and Drink Fountain Garden Garden City Home Metal No one Nobody Pillow Plant Planter Silver Style Tribal print

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