652 plant walls Farmhouse Dining Design Photos

the gudhouse company
3 Reviews
Linden Hills Farmhouse
What is the wall paint color? Thank you.
Thought about these pony walls between kitchen
Different wall color: kitchen, dinning, and living
not with a wall as the backing....Wall opening...Small green tree plants...Half wall surround...half wall...Panels on half wall...molding is to wall...half walls and height...half walls...Like the dividing wall....divider wall...wall dividers
“Divider” — p092520
Rikki Snyder
6 Reviews
Eclectic Farm House
orange wall with stylized peacocks and plants. very cool
One of Kristin's free-form murals adorns the dining room walls. Its chickens, birds, flowers, leaves, guinea hens and peacocks offer a tribute to the
LOVE the wall treatments...Fun wall treatment...on the walls!!...Love the wall...I love this wall...Patterned wall...Great Wall painting...Wall treatment....Wall colors...Wall paper...Orange wall picture...wall painting...Wall clock on wall mural...Painting on wall...Wall treatment
“Color” — lianne_bucci
Erskine Associates LLC
2 Reviews
Country Residence
beautiful room! Can you tell us the paint colors that were used for the walls and ceiling? Thank you! Love all the pictures from this residence!
Lots of plants...Plant in corner
“Chairs” — carlylevy
LDa Architecture & Interiors
9 Reviews
Split Oaks Farm Dinign Room
Where is the wall pieces and shelves above from?
A signature light fixture accented with warm woods, off-white walls and a blend of contemporary and traditional accessories suits any transitional
cabinet and fill with a collection of sculptural bowls. The light celery-green walls are a perfect backdrop to all these wood tones.
what is the paint co;or of these walls?...The series of green plants is nice
“Floating shelves” — jillibu
Sandvold Blanda Architecture + Interiors LLC
7 Reviews
Moorestown Residence
Facilitating a dormant period for woody species. Depending on the kinds of plants you'd like to overwinter, and the available space in your house, you may
Roses, hardy hibiscus, lavender, rosemary and shasta daisy are among those plants that can withstand, and even benefit from, a period of dormancy in the winter
sure that the temperature stays roughly between 20 and 40 degrees. Dormant plants do not need light or fertilizer.
“the stairs and railings” — Tiffany Fry Adams
TruexCullins Architecture + Interior Design
5 Reviews
Contemporary Vermont Farm House
Can anyone tell me what type of plant is displayed in the vase - love
Bells of Ireland. I want to know the material of the wall behind the woodstove.
to ceiling windows White walls Light wood floors
stair behind wall with fireplace and shelves
I like the bookcase and wood stove wall.
focal point of the living area by centering it, creating a dark, dramatic wall shield and flanking it with bookshelves.
“Stove recess” — mcgogh
MBG Interiors, LLC
7 Reviews
octagon. Behind the built in benches are built in shelf which I keep all my plants on. It's about 20" deep. When I built I didn't know what I wanted so I
booth table design shelves in wall with plants on them
wall frame...quote on wall...Plaque on the wall...Shelf in wall...Wall color
“Curtain” — carlylevy
rigby & mac
1 Review
Dining Room
mention Christmas?!)Be inspired to bring life into your home with indoor plantsTELL US…Do you have a favourite season? Share your thoughts in the Comments
as an alternative small-scale Christmas tree.TELL US…Do you have indoor plants? Share your thoughts and photos in the Comments below.
branches and twigs. Try gathering a cluster in a vase or hanging branches from walls or the ceiling. Come winter, they will be fit for twinkling lights and baubles
scheme can be dressed up or down, depending on the occasion, while the white walls are easily touched up if grubby fingermarks invade. The open fire and comfortable
“Dining chairs” — izaher
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