293 flower and plant evegreen Kitchen Design Photos

Pickell Architecture
Classical Kitchen
Ideabooks5,073
Questions8
counter material extends to windowsill for plants
Counter tops, cabinets, space for plants behind sink windows and French doors.
Could I have an edge for plants?
have a ledge so I can have potted plants in the window
Def want pots and flowers by sink in pantry
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 is a wonderful
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.
“The door” — eciliaris
Going Home To Roost
Santa Ynez
Ideabooks2,429
Questions3
Delightful in every way. Like the plants high on the
I love the ledge for plants in the window.
flower pot shelf in front of window
Shelf with plants (herbs) as valance for kitchen window.
shelves above the window for plants
butcher block counter_drapey green plant_lots of bits of color
several years, though it may become straggly over time, so it's a good idea to continually trim longs 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
“shelf at top of window for plants” — didi6875
Doug Towle
The William Farley House
Ideabooks2,385
Questions4
Love this entire kitchen!! esp flowers hanging from rafter beams
I like the beams for hanging flowers
dried flowers .... love it
16. Flower powerThis kitchen would be stunning even without all those dried flowers, but hanging bunches from rustic, rough-hewn rafters is a daring move that sets this kitchen well apart from its
“bar” — 10baseballmom
Mark Newman Design
Kitchen Detail
Ideabooks2,217
Questions5
What type of those flowers are those
What kind of flowers are these?
It doesn't matter whether they are real or fake, I'm wondering the name of the flower please :)
Kitchen flowers and vase
Plants in the kitchen
vase and flowers...flower and vase
“Hydrangeas” — Amy Delaney
Linda Fritschy Interior Design
2 Reviews
City Living Showhouse
Ideabooks834
Questions3
Pearls plant a cool rest (55 to 60 degrees Fahrenheit; 13 to 16 degrees Celsius) and reduce watering in the winter, though don't allow the potting mix to dry out completely. With some luck these cool, dry conditions may promote blooming in spring with clusters of small, white trumpet-shaped flowers.
“bar cart” — gillisj1
KMH Interiors
2 Reviews
Atlanta Homes and Lifestyles Showhouse
Ideabooks2,790
Questions10
Table. flowers. Chandelier. it all just works.
Statement chandelier + flowering branches. A gorgeous statement-making chandelier, like the hot-pink one shown here, plus tall vases of flowering branches, creates a subtle separation between spaces — perfect for an open-plan home.
Statement chandelier + flowering branches. A gorgeous statement-making chandelier, like the hot-pink one shown here, plus tall vases of flowering branches, creates a subtle separation between spaces — perfect for an open-plan home.
“the light fixture except blue” — myattrn
Justrich Design
Kitchen Remodel
Ideabooks2,168
Questions3
plant outdoor. could this be used on an
Like he shelf plant outside the window
plants in white pots
love the potted plants
The window used for plants
Kardemumma Plant Pot
Succulent plants...Potted plants...Vet plante...plant pots
“Light” — yinniguo
NURIT GEFFEN-BATIM STUDIO
5 Reviews
a house in raanana
Ideabooks6,012
Questions10
Love the green plants in kitchen
kitchen window, space for spice plants
nook behind the sink, leaving plenty of rooms for herbs, sprouts and other plants.
3. Plant a windowsill herb garden. Regardless of your climate, you can grow herbs
a ceiling of glass isn’t feasible, a large greenhouse-style window is the next best thing. A setup like this is a great option if you want to grow plants that require an ample amount of sunlight or just want to feel closer to nature than a typical window would allow.
“Window” — jfennekohl
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