167 live plant Farmhouse Entry Design Photos

Historical Concepts
5 Reviews
Renovation: Senoia Farmhouse
Laurey W. Glenn (courtesy Southern Living)
different plants in one pot? Which plants we can use?
I can see there is fern, hydrangea, potato vine. Can anyone identify the very fine leafed fourth plant? It's best seen in
These really are lovely plantings and in shade to boot. I have never seen a fern used this way. Beautiful. Flowers and plants are the BEST decoration
This was a Southern Living idea House, so you should be able to find information on their resource guide. You can download it here: ...
sherwin-williams.com For the full resource guide for the 2012 Southern Living Idea House, which lists all products, fabrics, paint colors, etc.: ...
Match transom to new living room windows
know what the fourth plant is?
“love the flower boxes & plants” — kimpolglase
LaurieAnna's Vintage Home
Farmhouse Back Porch and Garden
love these hanging plants for front porch
Hanging basket. Plant can picked in the park!
watering can and plant stand on front porch
Outdoor plants...hang planted herbs in buckets...narrow with plants and bench...bench, plants, etc....Plants on bench
“Entry” — christy8275
Tim Cuppett Architects
13 Reviews
Modern Farm House
Sorry, I don't know the plants. Landscape designer was David Wilson of David Wilson Garden Design, in
I like the the big Vase by the Front-Door with a Garden planted in it !!!!
What are the plants in the container?...Plants in Pot...like the plant...Shape, plant mix
“Planter” — carolanndeboer
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Donald Lococo Architects
21 Reviews
American Farmhouse
it up with a coffered ceiling and replace the antique wooden work bench/planting table with a solid slate top counter with base cabinets.
up your space with plantsNot only do houseplants look lush, they can also help to improve air quality in the home. Some house plants absorb toxins, including
Des plantes en pot ont été disposées dans le couloir qui mène à l’arrière de la maison
Lococo. “Don’t hesitate to fill the space with elements like mulch, peat and plants, which can be nicely balanced with picture frames, drapery and even books
“floor” — Amy Hill
TruexCullins Architecture + Interior Design
5 Reviews
Designer Cottage
Indoor plants. Rosemary topiaries are widely available now from nurseries, garden centers
rustic in your style. You love crisp country whites and visions of pastoral living, but cowboy hats aren't for you. Try inserting beadboard, garden touches
colors and plants...pot filler for plants?...The indoor plants look great
“Hutch” — kathyroyak
Nick Noyes Architecture
4 Reviews
Healdsburg Residence
Open-slat patio awning, clean lines, dog-run style. Needs more green and plants
trellis breezeway with metal supports, gravel with select plantings
controls sun steaming into the living room in the summer
the trellis,” says Andrew. “But Nick convinced me, and I’m so glad. The living room would be too hot to use in the summer.”
the trellis,” says Andrew. “But Nick convinced me, and I’m so glad. The living room would be too hot to use in the summer.”
“This is simple, clean lines, but s little to minimal for what I want” — sopko2028
Adrienne DeRosa
3 Reviews
Gary + Gayle: Cincinnati, Ohio
climates unless brought inside a greenhouse, shed, garage or house When to plant: Spring and early summer
Water the plant regularly until it's established, then just enough to keep it from drying
get easier care than this.)Pinch or snip back the tips to shape. If the plant becomes too rangy, then shear back the sides and tops. Just don’t take too
“shakes are not flush or go beyond window trim.” — lushgardens
Mary Prince Photography
11 Reviews
North Framingham, MA
miller plant...Colorful and light Plants
“stone walkway” — Jeannie Bryan
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