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My Houzz: New York Farmhouse With a Western Feel
I like the scale and pots and pans hanging from the ceiling and the chairs at the island
Arlene wasn't shy in using vertical space in the kitchen to display her collection of baskets, pots and pans, and decorative plates. The antique scale is one of her favorite collected pieces. In the future, Arlene wants to remodel the kitchen by painting the cabinets a mossy green color and adding granite
Renovation: Senoia Farmhouse
I need these potted flowers
Colorful plants (potted)
Flower pots on steps
Landscaping, pots...pots on decking...Pots. Gorgeous
For the laundry: potting shed kinda feel with tile counter
Pots for herbs on kitchen counter
Potting room. Take advantage of the plumbing lines in place and install a second sink for watering plants, washing empty containers and rinsing garden tools.
1. Laundry room plus potting shed and flower arranging room. A utility sink in the laundry
wash off muddy hands and even shoes before they enter the rest of the house. A counter means you have room to clip, pot, transplant, arrange and even overwinter in here. It's a potting shed–meets–florist shop. It's every cut-flower gardener's and dinner party host's dream. Also, note all of the space
Rebekah Zaveloff | KitchenLab
farmhouse kitchen, stone floors, freestanding island, beadboard ceiling, school house lights, pot rack, mini brick subway tile, marble countertops
Apron front sink & pots hanging above the range.
What do we think of pot rack around hood? Cool cabinets
cess wooden spoons and knives – this kitchen has it sorted. My favourite feature in this kitchen, though, are the pot hooks installed above the stove. Wrestling for the frying pan or pot I need is one of the aspects of cooking I like the least, so hanging them in an otherwise dead space in the place
It looks great behind the pots and pans in this country-style cottage in Michigan.
Every eclectic kitchen needs space for hanging pots and pans, along with some metal storage baskets tucked here and there.
Living Gardens Landscape Design
Living Gardens Landscape Design
pink flowers are they in pots?
pink and green in the flower bed potted plant at corner- put the pot on a concrete square
small pots with evergreens by front door
Simplicity with integration of stone and crushed stone path, edging and pots, vines and few plants with just a dab of color.
Half barrel flower pots
Front entrance with pot plants
Little potted shrubs by door
Potted plants...Potted Shrubs...potted plants
Mike Smith / Artistic Kitchens
Ultimate Farmhouse Kitchen
is that pot holder made of copper pipes?
The pot rack! Brilliant!! I assume that was just custom with copper piping?
Pot rack and placement of fridg and ovens and micro
yay to the hang a rack for pots and pans! a rack over the island I like lots
Pots/pans storage and kitchen utensil storage.
Ceiling, lighting, cabinets, sink, wood counters, pots and utensils storage
Demetriades + Walker
A large pot by Connecticut artist, Paul Chaleff creates serene drama in a sun-lit entry space...
I have a particular love for large pots such as this one by Connecticut artist, Paul Chaleff...found in this
I have a particular love for large pots such as this one by Connecticut artist, Paul Chaleff...
Like the large pot in entry way
The entryway is light filled and minimalist. A Paul Chaleff pot, about 4½ feet tall, is the focal point as you enter the house. Chaleff is a local artist; the owners of the house wanted to maintain a modern minimalism inside while staying true to local culture. Country-grade cherry lines the floors,
Going Home To Roost
and use the cuttings to propagate the plant within the same pot or in a separate one. Propagation: Take 4-inch stem-tip cuttings, preferably in the spring or summer, and insert them into a moist potting medium. Press them into the potting mix until the leaves are almost covered. Keep the medium lightly
flower pot shelf in front of window
strands and use the cuttings to propagate the plant within the same pot or in a separate one. Propagation: Take 4-inch stem-tip cuttings, preferably in the spring or summer, and insert them into a moist potting medium. Press them into the potting mix until the leaves are almost covered. Keep the medium lightly