459 planting container Hall Design Photos

Cathy Schwabe Architecture
6 Reviews
House in Santa Lucia Preserve
horizontal beam element is a built up beam construction -- the upper section contains concealed wiring and a linear upwards acting strip light fixture. The wood
“Openness and lines” — Carey R
Award Winning Northern Virginia Custom Cabinetry
Custom cabinetry, built-ins, home entertainment centers, custom closets, wine rooms/storage, home offices, libraries, and bars.
Stuart Silk Architects | Limited PS
5 Reviews
Washington Park Hillside Residence
Idea of where to put books if I use storage containers
“Skylight” — kod design
1 Review
Jackson House
modern bypass doors. Our by-pass doors are made using Italian materials and contain our special track system which make them very unique. See them for yourself
“whiteboard wall” — ReMARKable Whiteboard Paint
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Loft Hallway looking toward Sub door & below to kitchen
See. You can buy a "sub door". Just finish it to look like a biologic containment door (high gloss plastic looking white enamel?)
“bookcase hallway leading to awesome door!” — sandels
Rikki Snyder
6 Reviews
My Houzz: Laurie Rabe
home or apartment was constructed before 1978, there is a possibility it contains lead — and the older your home is, the more likely it is there is some
“spindles?” — losvegas
JKRC- Jason Klinge Residential Contracting
Dune Road, Quogue
Idea for a container home
“Curtain wall glass” — emanan121
Platinum Series by Mark Molthan
5 Reviews
25,000 SF of Luxury
The shelves of this Dallas home, by Mark Molthan for Platinum Series, contain several animal specimens, but the eye is drawn to the rafters by the golden
“Spiders” — jrichardson57
christopher jeffrey architects pllc
Bank Barn Renovation
foreground to the house. The existing two story wood frame space, that once contained bails of hay, is enclosed to become the new entry, gallery and dining room
“It makes me want to dream” — Bartell Keithley
self-watering, low-maintenance, plant containers and systems
Would like to know about containers/pots that only require infrequent watering, i.e. once a week to once a month. Would like to use these to grow indoor...
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