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This tree is amazing. Apparently it is a fiddleleaf fig or ficus lyrata. The rug is fantastic, the wicker chair with the sheepskin rug is just brilliant too. (The Marion House Book - the cat and the fiddle)

<p>The Standard Copenhagen‘s redesign as a “new cultural and gastronomic landmark” is another example of Denmark’s mastery in modern architecture. Danish restauranteur Claus Meyer and jazz musician Niels Lan Dorky teamed with Danish-Italian design duo, GamFratesi in the structure’s development, which houses three top-level restaurants and a jazz club. The building’s interior reflects the classic, understated…</p>

The Standard Copenhagen by GamFratesi

<p>The Standard Copenhagen‘s redesign as a “new cultural and gastronomic landmark” is another example of Denmark’s mastery in modern architecture. Danish restauranteur Claus Meyer and jazz musician Niels Lan Dorky teamed with Danish-Italian design duo, GamFratesi in the structure’s development, which houses three top-level restaurants and a jazz club. The building’s interior reflects the classic, understated…</p>

The Scoop on Fiddle-leaf Figs from Martha Herself:  - easy to care for   - loves a bright, sunny location  - water thoroughly only when surface is dry to the touch, likes periods of drought  - groom by removing yellowed foliage  - mist occasionally  - every 2 years or so repot  to avoid becoming rootbound  - occasionally dust leaves with  a soft cloth

The Scoop on Fiddle-leaf Figs from Martha Herself: - easy to care for - loves a bright, sunny location - water thoroughly only when surface is dry to the touch, likes periods of drought - groom by removing yellowed foliage - mist occasionally - every 2 years or so repot to avoid becoming rootbound - occasionally dust leaves with a soft cloth

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