189,036 gardening with pots Home Design Photos

John K. Anderson Design
9 Reviews
Napa Wine Country
Ideabooks13,979
Questions17
The pot rack + lighting is fantastic.
Who manufacturers that great island light/ pot rack? Thanks!
Please very interested in pot rack and lighting.
love the colour green/ and pans and pots
Lights and pot rods, but on a smaller scale? Overall style, love!
Love hood, pot rack, colors, no overhead cabinets
Footrests and hanging pot knight fixture.
pot and pan rack? maybe
Clay PotEveryday care: Most clay pots must be soaked in water for 15 to 30 minutes before each use. Always place your clay pot in a cold oven so the pot can come up to temperature gradually. Do not use your clay pot on the stovetop or under a broiler, and never put a hot pot on a cold surface — any sudden
break it. Clean it promptly, using a paste of baking soda; rinse with warm water. Soap is not recommended for unglazed clay pots, though you may be able to use a mild soap on clay pots that have been glazed; check with the manufacturer.Stain removal: Try leaving a paste of baking soda on the discolored area
“Lakehouse” — Rebecca Frey
Northern VA Landscape Architect & Designer
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Crisp Architects
43 Reviews
Crisp Architects
Ideabooks8,382
Questions9
Can you provide details and where to purchase the copper rack holding the pots above the range?
Where can I find that copper pot rack/hanger pictured over the range?
Rogar 30" Copper Wall Mounted Bar Pot Rack http://www.kitchensource.com/pot-racks/ro-1297.htm
LOVE the pot rack with copper pots at wall under venthood
7. Copper pots on display. Nothing looks quite so inviting in the kitchen as a row of gleaming copper pots hung over the stove. Although, to keep them shiny, you may want to hang yours over the kitchen island instead.8. Pitchers filled with flowers. Enamelware and creamy ironstone pitchers of all sorts
“Herringbone.” — msteschmacher
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Front Ridge Residence
Ideabooks8,667
Questions2
The Alliums are common chives, and we also used Sedum 'Autumn Joy', Iris 'Caesar's Brother', Alchemilla mollis, and Perovskia atriplicifolia. This garden is built on a very exposed hillside in Downeast Maine, and everything is very tough. Good luck!
and Perovskia atriplicifolia. This garden is built on a very exposed hillside in Downeast Maine, and everything is very tough. Good luck!
More meticulously planned perennial gardens and shrub borders were placed closer to the house. While the gardens are designed, the mix of textures, color and species gives them a soft, informal look. Cunningham has been gardening in Maine since he was nine years old, so choosing plants for this project
oranges, rust and cranberry red in the fall. "The garden still looks great when the first frost hits," he says.
“OH MY” — cprieve
Bloom Landscape Design and Fine Gardening Service
Vegetable Gardens
Ideabooks5,199
Questions3
Vegetable garden with a bluestone path
Landscape Design and Fine Gardening Service
Beautiful garden. Inviting entrance that creates an element of mystery.
tradition that has been practised by cottage and formal gardeners for centuries. Not only will they add colour and vitality to your cook’s garden but flowers also attract bees and other pollinators ensuring better cropping.Plants, such as borage, bee balm, calendula, catnip, geranium, lavender, marigolds
Tuck in secluded seatingWhatever you place at the bottom of the garden, people will always want to go there. Not only will it pique their curiosity, there’s something rather romantic about a secret rendezvous on a hidden bench…
nasturtium (pictured), rosemary, sage, viola and zinnia, act as companion plants, deterring pests or enticing beneficial insects to the vegetable garden. Many are multipurpose and are useful in cooking, herbal remedies or as garnishes.
“Too much work on plants but like the idea” — judyknoopbachman
jonathan craggs garden design
Asian inspired contemporary garden
Ideabooks1,507
Questions4
the way the layers ate built with the plants and pots
garden plantings and raised pots
Stones. Pathway. Garden
Asian inspired contemporary garden
jonathan craggs garden design
Steps and garden...big pots of colour...Color, and pots...Potted Japanese...container garden...level garden...Large Pots
“Grass between rocks” — jgividen2
Dave Adams Photography
4 Reviews
Garden House
Ideabooks11,110
Questions4
French inspired garden home by landscape architect David Gibson. Architectural & Interior Design Photography by http://www.daveadamsphotography.com
Great garden for back of marsh creek
Line the garden with box hedge
small garden well used
pots of short sunflowers
Small sunflower pot! So cute!
we both like garden houses
Garden idea...pea gravel and pot...Sunflowers in pot...Garden atmosphere...Sunflowers in pot!...Garden borders...Garden House...garden seating
“Bahçe” — udidemy
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Park Residence
Ideabooks781
Questions1
What company are these pots from. Texas resident.
like the pedestals with pots on top
Like these 2 large white planter pots.
Big white pots...Pots again...Round pots...Large pots...loose garden...Landscaping, pots...garden design...Like those pots...potted plants...Container Garden
“MT JT” — Jennifer Tansey
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Bonifield Residence
Ideabooks2,496
Questions4
containers can be a unique approach to raised beds. I like the idea of a vegetable and herb garden in an array of terracotta pots strewn across the deck or landscape. http://www.houzz.com/photos/15121/Blasen-Gardens-mediterranean-landscape-san-francisco For a more industrial look, consider aluminum, stainless
raised beds or container gardens in your landscape, there are a lot of fun options to go with. From this photo, you can see that you can easily go with wood — redwood, ipe, or other outdoor strength woods are great for the traditional raised bed look. Using terracotta pots or other styles of landscape
planters can almost double as seat walls or be incorporated into a hillside retaining wall. http://www.houzz.com/photos/33583/Stonecroft---A-modern-Garden-contemporary-landscape-other-metros http://www.houzz.com/photos/38663/Haynie-Residents-asian-landscape-san-luis-obispo
“Sand path” — rwintermute
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