128 planting container Kitchen Design Photos

Jeanne Finnerty Interior Design
1 Review
Classic City Kitchen
Ideabooks46,544
Questions46
What type of tree or plant is on your countertop?
I would recommend Elfa storage at The Container Store.
My client is a wonderful gardener and this is her beautiful plant. I know she shops at Haskell's in New Bedford, MA. I don't know what species it is.
“Kitchen” — ebabas
Kristen Rivoli Interior Design
The Kitchen
Ideabooks7,483
Questions7
it looks very similar to the container store elf a storage system carts. It can be built to your liking by selecting different colors and parts. ... You might also was to check out the
Accessorize your kitchen cart. Open shelving that houses purely functional items can benefit from good-looking containers. Try open bins for napkins and small tools, and a wide basket for sheet pans and cutting boards.
Accessorise an open shelf Open shelving that houses purely functional items can benefit from good-looking containers. Try open bins for napkins and small tools, and a wide basket for pans and cutting boards.
“cupboards” — marjpd
JLF & Associates, Inc.
Valley Run
Ideabooks28,638
Questions22
like the skylight in the kitchen and the plants maybe not so many though
freaking awesome room and beautiful plants
This is more like it!!! So many windows... like your kitchen is in a greenhouse! Love this... would maybe have fewer plants, however.
plants, cows, tables ???
“natural light” — kazukosaunders
Ogawa Fisher Architects
5 Reviews
View of Kitchen from Dining Room
Ideabooks7,327
Questions12
What is the plant in the left corner of the dining room, please?
I think it is an Aloe plant?
I love that plant as well! Very unique. Does anyone know what it is?
“limited backsplash” — phathousecat
Fradkin Fine Construction, Inc.
5 Reviews
Classic Mount Baker Tudor
Ideabooks1,133
Questions4
it’s expensive. Pros: Can be stamped and shaped easily to fit difficult forms and accept intricate detailing Cons: Prone to denting; some pewter contains lead; rather expensive Cost: $400 per square foot Good for you if: You want a metal countertop with lots of detail
zinc, it’s expensive.Pros: Can be stamped and shaped easily to fit difficult forms and accept intricate detailingCons: Prone to denting; some pewter contains lead; rather expensiveCost: $400 per square footGood for you if: You want a metal countertop with lots of detail
“Island countertop and wood” — abauter
tumbleweed and dandelion.com
5 Reviews
Vintage-Inspired Inglewood Cottage
Ideabooks33,762
Questions25
Where were the red top and white containers purchased?
Where do I get those containers & the cherrie sign? Love them!
“shelving” — Crystal Maral
Justrich Design
Kitchen Remodel
Ideabooks3,216
Questions2
The plants in white pot from ikea
Kardemumma Plant Pot
“green door” — lizfleischmann
Kerr Construction
6 Reviews
Contemporary Home North Vancouver
Ideabooks2,394
Questions6
Industrial Tables Tables and carts, originally used in manufacturing or other plants, are another interesting option for a repurposed island. Paint the metal base your favorite color.
Industrial Tables Tables and carts, originally used in manufacturing or other plants, are another interesting option for a repurposed island. The bright orange of this curvy base provides a fun spot of color.
“Awesome island” — dbarsoum
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