24 kitchen herb garden Kitchen Design Photos

Traditional styling small city apartment
Shelve itStorage is at a premium in a small galley kitchen, but that does not mean that hanging cabinets on every square inch of wall is a good idea. Wall units can encroach on a space and make it feel smaller. Instead, try open shelves, as here, and take them right up to the ceiling. Picking attractive
“the decorative brackets for the shelves” — betseyochs
Valerie Wilcox: Photographer
Covet Garden Home
Clean small kitchen with high shelf
kitchen colors...Covet Garden Home...Covet Garden
“kitchen colors” — erickamiller
Tim Wickens Architect
Harbord Village House 02
garden room
garden view
“maybe no slider but flat window an door” — sood19107
mjfstudio photographic bureau
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When New York meets London
covent garden
“Dark wood table on light wood floor. Does it work?” — Dean Kelshall
Mercury Mosaics and Tile
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Blue Haven Kitchen
Tile in a light yet colorful tile adds great dimension to your kitchen. That's exactly what these homeowners did. The beautiful, quiet blue color plays perfectly off of the white tile and dark countertops, making for an overall great kitchen. 2"x4" Subway Tile - 1064 Baby Blue
I like the mixture of closed and open space for storage...herbs and spices need to be in a cabinet (light just destroys em so quickly) but I like having some of my main cooking tools out and easily accesible
wood-stained island in kitchen w/ white cabs & subway tiles
“The spice racks next to the stove are a neat idea” — aviolette721
Anna Friden Design
West Hollywood Studio
temp kitchen
Shelves and herbs...Our kitchen
“Our kitchen” — karigould
ENRG Architects
Kitchen viewed from garden
The GARDEN and the kitchen looking out onto it
kitchen viewed from garden
Kitchen viewed from garden
modern farmhouse kitchen
kitchen opens to garden
family kitchen
“Bank am Wall Terrasse” — panjo3008
ad bc architecture
47th street
The kitchen remodel and addition is designed to connect the back yard with the interior of the house and bring modern design to a century old bungalow. A leaky mud room was demolished and a breakfast area was built to let light in and open the kitchen to the garden. Inside, a double sided fireplace warms
warms the dining room on one side and kitchen on the other. A bar height peninsula is located by the glass doors, for guests to enjoy the garden while being entertained. Warm light comes in through large doors and windows and washes over modern finishes. The cabinets are birch plywood, the counters are
ipe slat siding and screen doors, continue the horizontal lines of the existing house. A new ipe deck and stairs provide a place to sit within the garden.
“" Outside, ipe slat siding and screen doors, continue the horizontal lines of the existing house. A” — lorichter
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