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Nicholson Builders
4 Reviews
Kitchen/Living Room
The shelving is from the Container Store. Thank you NB! Hopefully it won't be asked again. I did look for answer to my question, but couldn't find it. I'd like to know the approximate
It is all from the Container Store, the Elfa Series
Shelving is from The Container Store.
That is an elfa system from The Container Store. The "rack" is a ventilated shelf divider that pops onto the ventilated shelves. The wire shelves have birch wood trim on the front edges. All of this is available at The Container Store where the in-store designers will do the space
The storage systems were from the container store and the wooden strips on the front end of the shelves were custom made to add additional security for the shelving and increase the overall
“pantry” — kkodali
Ezra Lee Design+Build
12 Reviews
Vialetto Lot 1
Love the terrariums - could hang in stair well?
Hanging terrariums
“Cedar on ceiling” — jonnypolite
Portal Design Inc
1 Review
Phinney Ridge Seattle
White walls, dark floors, wood tones, hanging terrariums
hanging terrarium
“Open shelves for towels” — authorjane
Dining Room
console, succulent terrarium
“Print” — dfrost01
8 Reviews
Organic Modern
Chairs, table, terrarium, lamp
“Windows, white and wood.” — smosman44
Highgate House
4 Reviews
Woolloowin Residence
“Shutters to screen off Kim and Anton” — Kristy Ball Architect
abodwell interior design- Brittney Fischbeck
5 Reviews
992 Oceanfront, Laguna Beach, CA
one large terrarium
“Weiß und beige Kombination zu dunklem Boden” — christina3786
Banyon Tree Design Studio
8 Reviews
Edmonds Residence
and run irrigation up through the holes. The containers are filled with soil--a good organic potting soil specially formulated for edibles.
Te name of these container are stock tank. I spent about 1h30 to find
Excellent containers for raised veg. Beds
Cool containers for a patio garden
They are water troughs, we did choose to put holes in the bottom for drainage and run irrigation up through the holes. The containers are filled with soil--a good organic potting
whatever space you have to grow something. Don't have a huge yard? Not a problem. Get creative with container planting, a vertical garden or even a pot of herbs on your windowsill.
Project: Container gardenDifficulty: EasyEstimated time: An afternoonWant an edible garden in raised beds but don't have
“Garden box idea” — kharms13
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