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Bright Green
Kitchen Herbs
Ideabooks28,955
Questions9
can i make this planter at home because i have lots of wooden planks
cilantro, etc., but I'd be afraid that the soil would crumble? Anyone at home have any good success? Thanks.
They sell this at home depot and it comes in a variety of finishes.
Plus, check out how gorgeous you can make an herb garden look in the kitchen. This vertical garden by Bright Green is a living work of art.I realize keeping
Plus, check out how gorgeous you can make a herb garden look in the kitchen. This vertical garden is a living work of art.I realise keeping things alive
stove is the low-maintenance version of this suggestion.Check out these handy tips for storing your herbs and spices
hanging indoor herb garden on wall
“Cool look at that small shelf” — johnmilina
Portico Design Group
2 Reviews
Roxton
Ideabooks170K
Questions24
photo credit: Kristen McGaughey, custom herb garden from Studio N2
Love the wall garden! How do the plants get sufficient sun?
Do you happen to have a source for the herb garden prop?
Are there directions somewhere on how to create the wall herb garden?
think the wall display is artificial but that real garden can be purchased.
with garlic, hot sauce and dish soap. You can get all this at any local garden center or hydroponic store.
This is a custom design for a developer "mosaic homes" unable to provide this information.
3. Clever ideas in the home always hook readers. This mason jar herb garden caused quite a stir. Although it’s just a prop used
I love the herb garden.....very unique....Beautiful herb garden for the #kitchen
“Herbs” — acourtenay1
Danny Broe Architect
3 Reviews
Victorian Workers Cottage Addition
Ideabooks2,463
Questions3
TELL USHave you created a home that appeals to all of your senses? Share your tips and high-resolution photos in the comments section
TELL USHow have you utilised sustainable living ideas in your home? Share your tricks and tips with fellow Houzzers in the comments section.MOREEco-Enhancing
for bringing energy and light into a room. This is an instant pick-me-up!TIP: Yellow’s perfect colour mates are white, greys, purples, and other citrus
“Kitchen in beige with blue” — Victoria Lutskova
Inspired Interiors
23 Reviews
Modern English Countryside
Ideabooks14,643
Questions17
transitional tip: natural flow w/repeating colors and materials
Use of bench seating and chairs overlooking the garden through big windows!
Love the dining room seating. Perfect for my home!
Transitional tip: Make sure your space has a natural flow by repeating colors and materials from one room to another. Use wall paint in the same tone and
about the transition between shaped legs intersecting with square panels. Tip: In order to fit that drawer in, the top flat section of the leg is extended
“solid” — gsabin2
Case Design/Remodeling San Jose
11 Reviews
Case Design and Remodeling of San Jose
Ideabooks360
Questions3
considerations on how a garden window compliments/detracts from the look of the exterior of the home. I would hesitate using a garden window on a front elevation
elevation of a home, unless there are architectural elements that would make it appropriate. On the other hand, garden windows can make an interior space
(with proper clearances), than a garden window in this application may be a great benefit.
Are you still doing garden windows? I head they were passe
garden window level with kitchen counter
Vase plant in window sill garden wii Dow white blue
“Countertop” — Peggy Rosa
Justine Hand
Harbor Cottage, Maine
Ideabooks22,293
Questions10
although nowadays the look is as much decorative as it is utilitarian. Hot tip: Open shelves are not for the chronically disorganized, so you'll have to
upper cabinetry that are standard now. What they had instead was shelving, home to stacks of plates and bowls, canisters of dry goods and baskets of edibles
although nowadays the look is as much decorative as it is utilitarian. Hot tip: Open shelves are not for the chronically disorganized, so you'll have to
Decorate With WhiteAdding Touches of Vintage Flair20 Ways to Get the Cottage Garden Look
upper cabinetry that are standard now. What they had instead was shelving, home to stacks of plates and bowls, canisters of dry goods and baskets of edibles
“Black & White” — Project Manager
Ryland Peters & Small | CICO Books
Flea Market Chic
Ideabooks30,520
Questions9
can maintain. How that looks in your home may differ from how it looks in mine. It comes down to creating the home you long for. Life, like art, is all
with different heights, you can trim the legs of one until they're even. Tip: Keep an eye out for pieces that can be broken up and remade to customize
plants. Make a weekly habit of picking up a bouquet or going out to the garden to cut flowers. Keep costs down by dividing a single market bouquet into
arrangement plus a number of smaller ones in bud vases. A windowsill herb garden is a lovely thing to tend, but you can also keep freshly cut herbs on the
you go all out on a bold and big bouquet or pluck a few stems from your garden, flowers are the perfect finishing touch to any baby shower. You don’t need
“Table” — bayemiller
Mindful Designs, Inc.
1 Review
Energy Efficiency Model Home
Ideabooks2,070
Questions4
Try angles. The custom green cement island in this contemporary home has a unique shape that catches the eye while maintaining a slim footprint
The custom green cement island in this contemporary home has a unique shape that catches the eye while maintaining a slim footprint
An angled shape. The custom green cement island in this contemporary home has a unique shape that catches the eye while maintaining a slim footprint
appeal, too.STYLE TIP: Not quite ready to commit to making a pastel hue a permanent fixture in your kitchen or another area in your home? Rather than choosing
a standout too.Tip: Not quite ready to commit to using a pastel hue on a permanent fixture in your kitchen or another area in your home? Rather than choosing
“Armoire jusqu'au plafond, 2 gros cabinet en ver en haut du frigo, robinet” — Francis Cote
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