13,162 aqua pot Contemporary Home Design Photos

Jody Brettkelly
Brettkelly Re-model (Our House)
Ideabooks115
Questions0
aqua pots
“Cool” — cmac104
MJ Lanphier
5 Reviews
Stanley Outdoor
Ideabooks5,931
Questions2
What are those big green flower/succulent looking things in the blue pot on the left???
Looked all over for that pot. Any clue where I can find it. The Large Teal One. Thanks!
did you happen to find out where the pot was from?
Blue pot with bright green foliage
pots for the corner with qumquatas
Citrus in grey pot, don't like color and pot is too small
Love the blue flower pot and succulent.
Big pots w/plants and even a tree in a pot. Also like the tall fence
non hardy plants in pots for colour?
Layout and more ideas for combination of potted plants
“Terraza lamparas” — cucuchuchu
Bliss Garden Design
7 Reviews
Pottery in the Garden
Ideabooks64
Questions0
use my cool aqua pot in the garden instead on a hard surface or near a door
Gorgeous pot
“succulents” — sensory
Lenkin Design Inc: Landscape and Garden Design
8 Reviews
Seaside Sanctuary
Ideabooks68
Questions0
Simple concrete slabs with succulents, aqua pots
“Blue green planter” — santarosagirl
Patty Kennedy Interiors, LLC
Seacoast rustic modern kitchen
Ideabooks12,543
Questions4
Hi, I would love to know where the pot racks are from, please. Thanks
tellme from where did u get tjose pot racks? pls...
My renovated kitchen will have pans on the perpendicular wall of my cooking run. Kind of like this picture. But I will have an induction range and I use cast iron pots. I am afraid that the wall will
I store the pot lids in a rack in the bottom cabinet drawer.
Just ideas for pots to hang
The corner with pots and pans
Nesting, hanging storage for pots and pans
The way they hung the pots and pans
the pots hanging on the wall and the silver utensil caddy
storage for pots, interesting. too messy?
Pots and pans on curtain rods. nifty idea.
Pot and pans for the house
preference; some people like the look of hanging pots and pans, and others prefer a clean, uncluttered look. If you don't cook often, I'd recommend storing your pots and pans in a pantry or closed cabinet, so they don't collect grease and dust.
“Side hanging pans” — lucindancarl
Kathy Bloodworth Interior Design
3 Reviews
Kathy Bloodworth
Ideabooks1,833
Questions2
hanging pots in pan over sink in front of window
Place for pots & pans idea
Love the pots & pans valence
Pot Rack in front of window; colour scheme
hanging pots in front of window for condo
Pot rack over window
Hanging pots over the window
Window treatment/ pot rack
Pot rack over window
pot rack...pot rack holder...Pot rack above sink...Pots & pans...Pot holder...the pot rack
“Pot rack” — metatuem
Bliss Garden Design
7 Reviews
Pottery in the Garden
Ideabooks9,540
Questions5
Could you let me know what the plant is in the lefthand black pot plea
These pots were purchased from a wholesale pottery supplier in Seattle, AW Pottery, that only sells to the trade. Their pots are carried by several of the local nurseries.
Black pots - Asian simple texture , won't compete too much with fountain
Like the pots with flowers/plants in them. Don't particularly like these pots but like the idea.
Pots: can move around, and elevate plants
Path with pots is really nice
Even a few simple pots can provide
Pots add points of interest along a garden path
statement by adding just one grass or shrub to each pot.
6. To populate a garden pathA garden path lined with lovely plants, shrubs and trees is one thing, but pots like these add points of interest along the way. The more unusual or attention-getting your pots, the more effective they will be at leading
“Love the shale paths and lots of fall colour” — Miep Raedschelders
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
7 Reviews
City Townhouse
Ideabooks5,378
Questions2
purple fountain grass in a pot arrangement
Like this idea for terrace - small mulit plant pots
A great perspective of how colorful potted planting can be without the color of flowers.
expressed in thoughtful, well-arranged container gardens like those shown here.Movement, spontaneity and a great sense of color overflow from these pots and make this a rather alluring place to be.
“Hebe veriegata plant” — Serena Hartwell
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