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Old 11-19-2016, 02:44 PM
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These are east facing windows. I've got a little USB fan (bottom shelf middle) that pushes air all the way up to the top window, its very mild but you can feel the air moving all the way up top. Going to put an extra long shower curtain above the bay window and hang some tolumnias or something else that will look good hanging. Maybe one of those mottled leaf Australian phalaenopsis? Or one of those yellow dancing lady oncidiums? Really new to orchids, any comments appreciated
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Yes, it looks great! If you hang a lot of stuff, be sure to put in a sturdy curtain rod anchored to wall studs. Are you planning on hanging plants from the mesh of your curtain? That's how I read your comment. It would need to be very sturdy to hold the plants.
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No not from the curtains I have. I bought a long tension rod meant to divide rooms using heavy curtains. The spring is really strong and should hold 4 plants easily. I think...
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Love that bay window there.
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Love that bay window there.
Thanks! The tension rod is going there, hopefully can fit 4 chids there
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Ooooh! Lots of space
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It looks very nice, elegant even, as is. Congrats.
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