30,104 Pots Home Design Photos

tuthill architecture
13 Reviews
Loved the palm trees in the pots. Suitable
Again pots on either side of door and a circle!!! No fountain though!!!!
Potted plants either side and exterior lights
The plants in the pots at the entrance...Plant pots...The pots
“HOME ENTRANCE IDEA” — roncwatson
Loudon County's Premier Frame Maker
The P. H. Miller Studio was founded in 1983. The studio specializes in making hand carved and water gilded frames and home accessories in traditional and modern styles.
Jeffrey Erb Landscape Design
6 Reviews
Tribeca Pool Garden
Hedges in pots...patio pot bush screening...Pots de...the pots...Potted plants
“Plantas balcón” — mariaradiomitre
The Architecture Studio,inc
2 Reviews
Studio City Terrace
potting shed with clear corrugated plastic
Farther up the hill is a potting shed built of 4-by-4 and 4-by-6 redwood posts, 2-by-6 redwood roof joists and 2-by-2 Douglas fir slats. Clear corrugated
Potting shed...potting shed!
“Good idea for a greenhouse” — designersaur
AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
6 Reviews
AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
the "professional market". Do you know how else we might be able to order pots from them?
They have a great selection and a wide variety of colors for their glazed pots. See page 7 of their 2012 on-line catalog Hope this helps. Drew Sivgals
I have a large urn pot like this that I would love to make into a fountain, is that something Chris can do?
some pot of piece of sculpture
“Water feature with large pot” — lburnzee
Steve Masley Consulting and Design
5 Reviews
your edibles. Masley prefers globular or cylindrical pots to the traditional tapered pot. The tapered pot exposes a greater percentage of its soil to direct
your edibles. Masley prefers globular or cylindrical pots to the traditional tapered pot. The tapered pot exposes a greater percentage of its soil to direct
western-facing spots, which receive ample sunlight, benefit from lighter-colored pots (which reflect sunlight), while northern- and eastern-facing spaces need
also help warm up the soil in those cooler and darker areas. Terra-cotta pots are always good, too. For those who may need to move their planters a lot
“Would love to do a small planter with just a variety of fresh herbs. Perhaps on the patio.” — gmevansdow
Bluestem Construction
pots and pans hanging in a cabinet
skillet hanger like this if the pot wall to the pantry doesn't work.
pot storage...awesome pots and pans storage...Pot rack...Pot holder drawer...hanging pots...Pots and pans...pots and pans hang...hang pot drawer
“Pan store” — lakehouselot27
Tamar Schechner/Nest Pretty Things Inc
New sofa
Add soil to the bottom of the pot, then place three or four bulbs in a 7-inch pot, or plant one bulb in a 4-inch pot. The bulb tops should show above
flowers, fill as many pots as you have room to store during cold treatment, then bring a few pots indoors at weekly intervals.Place the pots in a 60-degree spot
Don't overfill the pot. Fill it only to within ½ inch of the top so the plants can be easily watered.After planting, water the pots thoroughly and place
week or two until yellow sprouts at the top of the bulb turn green.Move the pots to a brighter, slightly warmer spot, like a windowsill, but avoid direct
“Family room idea” — creativebutpoor
Great User Kitchens
Hanging pots and pans, removing upper cabinets
like the idea of hanging the pots from the bottom of a shelf instead of a pot rack
the hanging space for pots pans saucepans and shelf above
Hanging pot above recipe book shelf...Pot and pan hooks are wonderful...pots and pans hanging over cookbooks...shelving integrating hooks for pots, re
“Hanging pots-Le creucet rack underneath” — virginiaelt
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