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Personal Garden Coach
1 Review
Monochromatic gardens
Ideabooks1,622
Questions0
in Lotusland. Two giant ice-blue succulents mark the entrance into this garden whose color theme is enhanced by blue grasses and a striking blue container. Design credit; http://www.lotusland.org/ Photo credit; Personal Garden Coach
in Lotusland. Two giant ice-blue succulents mark the entrance into this garden whose color theme is enhanced by blue grasses and a striking blue container. Design credit; http://www.lotusland.org/ Photo credit; Personal Garden Coach
these bold succulents. Hummocks of blue fescue grasses (Festuca glauca) resemble a herd of spiky blue hedgehogs in this fantastical display. Using containers, fabrics and decorative accents to reinforce the color scheme adds interest. Here the pathway is even edged with large chunks of translucent blue
“moodily bluish” — k_botic
Kettelkamp & Kettelkamp
Kettelkamp & Kettelkamp Landscape Architecture
Ideabooks490
Questions1
container plants
Dahlias in container
these container plantings are gorgeous
container garden
“Chairs” — jessicauriarte
Dreamy Whites
Dreamy Whites
Ideabooks875
Questions1
chair with basket, flowers, and little containers with stenciled numbers
Large metal basket with containers with numbers. Want one
These little numbered containers could be used in so many different ways throughout a home! They could hold jewelry and other small items or kitchen supplies like coffee. They can be stacked or grouped or laid out in numerical order. You certainly couldn't ignore them if you saw them in someone's home
“Aged vintage look, soft whites, flowers” — Teresa Dore
Slightly Quirky Ltd
11 Reviews
Eclectic North London home
Ideabooks8,415
Questions10
his bathroom combines wood and stone tile by creating a square to contain the splash zone. The wood color matches the exterior of the tub making it feel visually connected.
tub shape; wood floor & tub exterior match & visually connect. Stone (or a tile) floor under tub can contain splashes.
This bathroom combines wood and stone tile by creating a square to contain the splash zone. The wood color matches the exterior of the tub making it feel visually connected.
This bathroom combines wood and stone tile by creating a square to contain the splash zone. The wood color matches the exterior of the tub making it feel visually connected.
“Pebble tiles” — lemonsqueezie
S Connors
Kids Art Studio
Ideabooks86,251
Questions19
play areas and desks are a primary spot for wasting supplies. Try organizing crafts, writing utensils, and small school supplies in easy to find containers. The easier it is to put things back, the less likely the kids will lose them. That saves money and needless new supplies.
It doesn't have to be fancy. A good craft room just has to be organized and offer a little surface space. A painted pegboard and some containers are a good start. See how to set up a workshop
“Craft area with organizational wall” — shainah
Anna Looper
Cottage Gardens
Ideabooks303
Questions0
container plant
container garden
“Container” — lynndibari
Anna Looper
Cottage Gardens
Ideabooks422
Questions0
Plants and flowers in containers on porch
containers and beds...container plant
“Backyard” — lasbrisas2
Eclectic Kitchen
Ideabooks3,060
Questions3
Lots of colorful containers, corner by Laundry door
Shelving n glass containers
“Beautiful blue tile!” — iloveaparade
Indoor Air Quality and Mold in New Jersey
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Accessorizing console table and side tables
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