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Decorating with nature - or in this case the produce aisle. A lovely (and inexpensive) arrangement of lime on an Abigail Adams table in the White House's green room, Christmas 2005.
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S - you inspired me! I just created a new dining room table centerpiece - a chunky square glass bowl filled with bright orange clementines. Its such a cheery bright spot in the dreary winter. thanks for the idea!
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