2,416 herb living wall Farmhouse Home Design Photos

Amy A. Alper
7 Reviews
Amy A. Alper, Architect
back where they have herbs drying
I love the paneled walls and ceiling
Metal shelving is optimal if counters are not deep. Wall treatment with vertical
Slate floors, farmers sink, panel walls, modern, white cabinets
Using stainless steel shelving the owners already had helped keep costs down. A new beadboard ceiling blends well with the original tongue and groove walls. Dishwasher (integrated into cabinetry): Miele
“kitchen faucet” — Kerwin & Associates
Amy A. Alper
7 Reviews
Amy A. Alper, Architect
what is the size of this kitchen wall to wall?
I too am thinking of using a Domsjo sink from Ikea - I thought they had to go right back to the wall, but it looks like you were able to put the backsplash in behind it? Did you install the countertop and backsplash first, then slide the sink in?
The sink is back to the wall! The counter crew cut the edges of the backsplash to fit around the sink and black caulk with black honed granite really does the trick.
5" fixtures on the site you used for the central lighting, but maybe recessed are necessary - three 4" fixtures on each side, 3' feet out from the wall and centered front to back. There are only two of us, so we really don't need a large fridge and maybe we could gain counter space with a smaller one
“red chairs” — My Blissful Space
Doug Towle
The William Farley House
Neat kitchen and the way they dry the herbs
The kitchen has hand-troweled plaster walls treated with a smoked finish to make them look aged. Towle admired the cabinet color in Architectural Digest and replicated it here, applying a wash and a striated finish.Towle picks herbs and hangs them from the ceiling to dry; when the room heats up, a wonderful
“kitchen” — Susanne Lamb
Gardening with Confidence®
1 Review
Herb House Garden
Would be interesting to line the house wall with wood instead of stucco.
by sea wall ... lavender & sea shell mulch what about old weathered barn siding (old pallets?) faux planter box faces?
Plant annual herbs such as basil after the season's final frost. Biannuals such as parsley and perennial herbs such as rosemary, chives, thyme and mint can all be planted now.
Southeast. "Plant annual herbs such as basil after the season's final frost," says North Carolina garden writer Helen Yoest
Yoest. "Biannuals such as parsley and perennial herbs such as rosemary, chives, thyme and mint can all be planted now."Get her Southeast April checklist | See more regional gardening guides
“lavender” — kimmybee123
1 Review
Southern Living Idea House
Can you tell me the paint color used on walls and trim? Very pretty.
Wall Paint Color Sherwin Williams 7696 Toasted Pine Nut Trim, Ceiling and Hood Paint Color Roycroft Vellum 2833 by Sherwin Williams
like the indoor potted herbs and the pocket door
The herbs on on the counter...use that idea to stage
like the industrial pipe holding pendant lights and sconces on wall. and of course, the horse head!
“Teal chair” — nikki13772
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Farmhouse Reinterpreted
love the blue gray wall color. What is the name of it?
This is Herb Bouquet #460 from Benjamin Moore.
Colour of walls for hall, doors & floor
The well-worn wood floors here connect to the walls with very simple flat-stock baseboard trim. In fact, the whole home style here reflects a transitional mentality by surrounding the traditional four-panel doors with flat stock trim that dies smoothly into the baseboard — with no traditional plinth-block
“Paint color” — Heidi Miller
River Valley Landscapes & Pools
5 Reviews
Farmhouse Transformed
enlarging and updating the home for modern living. The landscape designers continued this idea by creating a space that is a modern day interpretation of an 1840s era farm rather then a strict recreation. The resulting design combines elements of farm living from that time, as well as acknowledging the
the property’s history as a horse farm, with staples of 21st century landscapes such as space for outdoor living, lighting, and newer plant varieties. Guests approach from the main driveway which winds through the property and ends at the main barn. There is secondary gated driveway just
right leads to a flagstone with cobblestone border patio space. Since the home has no designated backyard like most modern suburban homes the outdoor living space had to be placed in what would traditionally be thought of as the front of the house. The patio is separated from the entrance walk by the yew
“daržas” — elmaaa
Tess Fine
Shy Rabbit Farm
Love the colors. Great idea for drying herbs.
reminds me of places where I used to live
pegs on wall to hold misc.
Like long hooks against wall
wood and wall hooks...Hanging herbs...white walls...Wall Color
“cupboard” — sujjjith
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