6 georgian peat bucket Home Design Photos

Rossington Architecture
12 Reviews
Cove Road Residence
and yet retain sufficient moisture for growth. An example of a suitable planting medium is a sterilized mixture containing equal parts of loamy soil, peat and sand. Fertilizer should not be added to the mixture.
scrub and rinse them thoroughly. Make sure that the holes in the bottom of new plastic pots are open. If you use clay pots, soak them overnight in a bucket of water so they will not draw moisture from the planting medium.The planting medium anchors the bulbs and retains moisture. It must be well draining
“Basement divider wall” — debseidel
Joie Wilson
Naples Florida
Georgian sideboard
Bucket chair/sofa for living
“whiteness of everything plus darker balcony furniture” — mgardill
Olga Adler
14 Reviews
Global Chic
Both the stools and rice bucket are vintage. Look for similar items at a local antique store or one that carries Asian goods.
This is a pretty common Federal/Georgian style mantel. Several companies make them (besides having one custom-made) here in the USA. Here are a couple of examples: ... ... ... ... Plus
“fireplace, mirrors above” — alexail
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Buckets of Burlap
Garden Themed Dining
Use peat pots in place of chandelier candle stick covers.
peat pots...Buckets of
“estanteria” — cristinachulia
completely, submerge the pot in a bucket of water; keep it submerged until air bubbles stop rising to the surface. This will thoroughly moisten the soil and help keep the plant from going into a dormant stage.Soil: Use rich, loose, organic compost; half potting mix and half peat moss. Avoid potting mix containing
“picture, fern in cloche” — joepyeweed
Sol Haus Design
Vina's Tiny House
The toilet is a simple composting toilet - there is no blackwater. It consists of a bucket and biodegradable bag, to be used with peat moss and sawdust. When the toilet is not in use, it is disguised as a plywood bench, very useful during a shower. Photo: Rachel Wolfe
“Toilet” — slugbug922
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