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Design ideas for a contemporary courtyard garden in Melbourne with natural stone pavers. —  Houzz
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Deirdre Avenell added this to Picture Perfect: 60 Urban Courtyards From Around the Globe7 May 2018

5. Contemporary cool. Melbourne, Victoria

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Susan Redman added this to How Your Star Sign Influences Your Decorating Style8 August 2016

Scorpios are fascinated by lighting configurations and different lighting schemes. The key for a Scorpio is to use various types of lights in different areas. They are attracted to the interplay of shadows as this appeals to their love of mystery and secrecy. Scorpios are interested in depth in a literal and metaphorical sense, and the shadows of lights reflect this deep interest. If they are renovating a home, they will do well to engage a lighting designer to achieve this.

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Kate Macdessi added this to Designing With the Stars: Scorpio8 October 2015

LightingScorpios who are renovating a home will do well to engage a lighting designer. They are fascinated by lighting configurations and different lighting schemes. The key for a Scorpio is to use various types of lights in different areas. They are attracted to the interplay of shadows as this appeals to their love of mystery and secrecy. Scorpios are interested in depth in a literal and metaphorical sense and the shadows of lights reflect this deep interest.Clever lighting ideas

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Francesca Newby added this to 10 Outdoor Lighting Options and How to Make Them Work for You14 March 2015

1. Uplights for trees Accentuate trees and define the shape of your garden by placing uplights at the base of the trunk, or in adjacent garden furniture. WHEN TO USE: This look works in most gardens, and across most styles. A single, large spotlit tree in a dark sprawling garden will have great visual impact, while a spotlight row might be used to emphasise the ordered geometry of a modern courtyard.

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lyndonconsie added this to Outdoor ideas11 March 2020

The lights shining on wall look cool