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Open Plan Living Room and Kitchen - Williamsburg Renovation
Love open shelving- wood and metal mix, lounger modern chair, red and green accents, modern art, plants, living kitchen spa e
Kitchen Island with Custom Wine Storage
Valerie McCaskill Dickman
Would look great with air plants too
Air plant chandelier
chadbourne + doss architects
hanging pots, air plants, knives
Buckingham Interiors + Design LLC
Gold Coast Condo
Air plants in kitchen, fruit bowl
Its introduction caused quite a stir among design aficionados. You can see why. Freezer on the left. Refrigerator on...
Dallas, TX: Lohse Family
keeping an eye on her busy three-year-old. "Asher thinks it is great fun to spin on the kitchen bar stools or drag one over to help me cook," she says.Air plants and mounted vases: West Elm; backsplash tile: Home Depot; pendant lights: Overstock.com
house plants...hanging plants
Linda Fritschy Interior Design
City Living Showhouse
Light requirement: This plant likes bright light, including direct sunlight. Water requirement: Give it a drink every two weeks in summer and once a month in winter. Tips: Keep it in a spot out of reach of drafts, open windows and air conditioning vents, as the cold air can cause leaf drop. String
a spot out of reach of drafts, open windows and air conditioning vents, as the cold air can cause leaf drop. String of Pearls is considered to be somewhat toxic, so keep it out of reach of children and pets.
The plant is "String of Pearls"
String of pearls plant for sunroom.
Keep in a spot out of reach of drafts, open windows and air-conditioning vents as the cold air can cause leaf drop. String of Pearls is considered to be somewhat toxic so keep out of reach of children and pets.
counter material extends to windowsill for plants
Counter tops, cabinets, space for plants behind sink windows and French doors.
maybe plants in front of desk??
Kitchen window with deep ledge for plants
1. Tend to green plants and fresh flowers. Living plants add fresh oxygen to the air and remove toxins, which is especially important for our homes in fall and winter, when we open our windows less often. But beyond plants' air-purifying effect, the act of tending to living plants or arranging cut flowers
Monitor indoor potted plants for signs of disease and pests. Whiteflies are easily taken care of with soapy water and traps, while others can be harder to get rid of. If a plant falls prey, quarantine it quickly so other plants don't become infested.