107 vegetables gardening tips Kitchen Design Photos

Bright Green
Kitchen Herbs
Ideabooks28,179
Questions9
herb garden on brick wall in kitchen
which will help you cut down on less healthy choices like salt and butter. 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 things alive indoors can be a challenge for a lot of us. Growing herb
will help you cut down on less healthy choices like too much salt and butter. 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 indoors can be a challenge for a lot of us. Growing herb plants need fresh
Making little changes — whether you start using glass storage containers or growing your own vegetables — can often have more of an impact on the health of the planet and you than an earth-friendly kitchen remodel. Get the guide: Ecofriendly Kitchen:
“Planter box inside for herbs??” — Shaun Hunter
Tendances Concept
3 Reviews
The Cucina
Ideabooks3,474
Questions4
Vegetable wall boxes to grow fresh plants
local garden centre the best way to do this for your chosen seeds.
(pardon the pun) heat of the moment cooking for friends and family, you don’t have time to run outside in the dark and pluck leaves from your herb garden. This solves that issue. And if this was your kitchen, you’d have no excuses for not watering your favourite herbs, either. In this instance they’re
“Kitchen cabinets” — marcelyne07
Witt Construction
2 Reviews
2011 Showcase - Hillside Retreat
Ideabooks120K
Questions26
always a good idea to reuse as many plastic bags as possible beforehand. Tell us: What else do you have trouble getting rid of correctly? What are your tips for getting rid of junk and clutter around your house?More:Lose It: CDs, DVDs, Cassettes and VHS TapesHow to Get Rid of Old KeysHow to Get Rid of a
“storage” — Amanda Carrothers
valerie pasquiou interiors + design, inc
1 Review
VP Interiors 2010
Ideabooks20,529
Questions15
If you'd like to chop your vegetables directly on your counterop, use mineral oil, which is safe for food. Olive oil or corn oil on your countertop can become rancid.
of wood and the functionality of a commercial food prep area, then consider a large butcher block as a portion of your countertop. Tip: If you'd like to chop your vegetables directly on your counterop, use mineral oil, which is safe for food. Olive oil or corn oil on your countertop can become rancid.
block countertops, like this one in a contemporary loft kitchen, should be used for what they're intended: rolling pie dough, chopping and cutting vegetables and other ingredients, and other daily tasks."Kitchens need functioning work surfaces," she says. If you really want to keep your surface from getting
“handles” — 1diamondblue
Ryland Peters & Small | CICO Books
Flea Market Chic
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Questions9
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 one main 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
farmhouse kitchen without an expansive, welcoming table? These workhorses pull double duty as eating space and food-prep surface — roll out dough, chop vegetables or perch pies and cakes to cool on them.
example, if you're trying to put together a chest of drawers and a cupboard 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 your space without the cost. Tabletops can be torn off and used as work surfaces
“Mesa rústica” — gbenedictis
Vinci | Hamp Architects
Mid-North Residence
Ideabooks5,486
Questions5
device the courtyard can be when viewed from inside this home. In urban areas where typical views are to other structures, a courtyard can provide a vegetated counterpoint. I also like how the architect here has used a brick wall to capture and reflect sunlight back into the interior spaces.
a courtyard can provide a vegetated counterpoint. I also like how the architect here has used a brick wall to capture and reflect sunlight back into the interior spaces.
Beautiful bring the garden into the living space
device the courtyard can be when viewed from inside this home. In urban areas where typical views are to other structures, a courtyard can provide a vegetated counterpoint. I also like how the architect here has used a brick wall to capture and reflect sunlight back into the interior spaces.
“The art on the back wall displayed well” — mldesign0401
Rebekah Zaveloff | KitchenLab
6 Reviews
KitchenLab
Ideabooks77,151
Questions73
have multiple cooks, but I've never had one and my husband and I manage to share the one we have quite nicely. A little kissy-face while scrubbing vegetables!
a med gray grout. If you had white done, you may be able to save it by having the tile person add gray grout over the white grout. I was given this tip by someone at a tile store. Hope it helps!
a good example of a less modern approach to keeping your wall cabinets all on one wall. Mixing metal finishes on the hardware and lighting is a good tip to remember when trying to achieve a European eclectic look.
There is also a stool version, which adds its own element of industrial chic to a kitchen island. Tip: Counter stools that can be tucked under your kitchen island or breakfast bar save floor space and visual space. The lines are so clean on this island
“The contrast of dark and light!” — Deborah Hernandez
Pickell Architecture
Classical Kitchen
Ideabooks5,246
Questions8
base of a laundry chute and an old-fashioned ironing board cabinet. This space serves as a mudroom, "potting room" (a door leads to the yard & vegetable garden), craft area, ironing station and butler's pantry (depending on need and season).
I would love more pictures - we are opening up our kitchen to a covered breezeway area to make into a garden room. post more pics! thanks a ton!
base of a laundry chute and an old-fashioned ironing board cabinet. This space serves as a mudroom, "potting room" (a door leads to the yard & vegetable garden), craft area, ironing station and butler's pantry (depending on need and season).
“Window” — beeeva
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