A concrete floor merges with seating inside and outside this rusted steel and glass extension to a Victorian-style house in west London

A concrete floor merges with seating inside and outside this rusted steel and glass extension to a Victorian-style house in west London

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Crackled Mercury Bowl Pendant Light Thanks to the mercury and crackled glass bonding together, you're left with a magnificent look of diamonds in your ceiling whether it's lit or not. The glass sparkles so spectacular and gives off a pricey look without breaking the bank. Comes with 7' clear cord and chrome hardware. Single 60 watt (candle base socket). Glass measures approximately 9.5"H x 9.5"W.

Crackled Mercury Bowl Pendant Light Thanks to the mercury and crackled glass bonding together, you're left with a magnificent look of diamonds in your ceiling whether it's lit or not. The glass sparkles so spectacular and gives off a pricey look without breaking the bank. Comes with 7' clear cord and chrome hardware. Single 60 watt (candle base socket). Glass measures approximately 9.5"H x 9.5"W.

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Mothers Breaking the Glass Ceiling | Motherhood | Women |

Mothers Breaking the Glass Ceiling | Motherhood | Women |

What an extremely tall plain stone fireplace looks like. Not a fan. Needs something like a mantle, art, lighting, to break it up

What an extremely tall plain stone fireplace looks like. Not a fan. Needs something like a mantle, art, lighting, to break it up

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Advocacy for basic women’s rights remains an urgent issue for feminism in 2015. While we fight to break the glass ceiling and step away from the desi bahu image, issues like a woman’s right to walk on the road after 8 PM and her right to refrain from marital sex are ones that are yet to see the light of the day. iDiva's celebrity guest editor for Women's Month, Kalki Koechlin thinks feminism in India needs a facelift pronto. Here are her expectations.

Advocacy for basic women’s rights remains an urgent issue for feminism in 2015. While we fight to break the glass ceiling and step away from the desi bahu image, issues like a woman’s right to walk on the road after 8 PM and her right to refrain from marital sex are ones that are yet to see the light of the day. iDiva's celebrity guest editor for Women's Month, Kalki Koechlin thinks feminism in India needs a facelift pronto. Here are her expectations.

Breaking the #GlassCeiling in the #liquor #business, meet Lisa Srao. #entrepreneurship #WomenInBusiness #WomenAtWork #leadership #Success #Story #Feminism #Feminist #alcohol #industry #India

Breaking the #GlassCeiling in the #liquor #business, meet Lisa Srao. #entrepreneurship #WomenInBusiness #WomenAtWork #leadership #Success #Story #Feminism #Feminist #alcohol #industry #India

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