3 how to grow vegetables from seed Dining Design Photos

Patterson Custom Homes
16 Reviews
Custom Residence
Ideabooks7,604
Questions15
I am looking for original artwork for my kitchen and I love the idea of using vegetables on a chalkboard like background
Chairs are from RJ Imports in San Juan Capistrano. Look them up on Facebook.
Leo likes this kitchen and dining space...It is growing on me.
Like how the doors open. Interesting change in flooring. Like how the cabinets open on both sides of island.
this is how the kitchen and the dining area will laze on. i want the bar stools at the
Eat in bar. Don't like how the dining area doesn't look like a dining area. It could just as easily be
"Eat" artwork! Where are they from?...Where are the chairs from? Love them!
“My pick for look of space thus far” — cbf5301
Traditional Dining Room
Ideabooks1,804
Questions0
Some vegetables and herbs are surprisingly easy to grow in small and weird containers. Any type of leafy green
Great idea!!! Grow what you use and it decorates and cleans the air!
Living in Australia5 Inspiring Homes from the Chilly North
Some vegetables and herbs are surprisingly easy to grow in small and weird containers. Any
senses are important in creating a happy home. We often focus on how our homes look, but how they smell, feel and sound is just as important. DIY is one way
Any type of leafy green, such as loose-leaf lettuces, basil and others will grow well in small pockets of soil.Some herbs grown in desert climates can be
containers too. These herbs, along with the tough-as-nails succulent family, grow with very little water, so be sure you have ample drainage. Drill a hole
“White and taupe as neutral - with 'pops' of colour - this green foliage works particularly well” — Flannel Flower
Margot Hartford Photography
10 Reviews
Woodside residence
Ideabooks1,048
Questions3
Please tell me where the lamp is from. Thank you.
The piece, titled “Grow,” is by San Francisco artist Leo Bersamina. Here is a link to his website: ...
Canasta con esponja vegetal y cuadro de madera
the many beach houses she has lived in over the years. The piece, titled “Grow,” is by San Francisco artist Leo Bersamina.
the many beach houses she has lived in over the years. The piece, titled “Grow,” is by San Francisco artist Leo Bersamina.
“Wall art” — 2stagers
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