Houzz is the new way to design your home.
14 planting herb gardens Modern Hall Design Photos
oak planter box for plant @ front entrance?
Biophilic design--Use plants to boost a space. Plants affect how a space smells
Use plants to boost a space. Plants affect how a space smells and even its
Use plants to boost a space. Plants affect how a space smells and even its humidity level. Adding
do a wonderful job of cleaning the air. Bamboo, philodendron and rubber plants are all great choices.
Build an interesting architectural element that will showcase your plants while concealing the pots and soil. These palm fronds channel an escapist
6. Less stress, more successStudies have shown that having plants in your home, or even in your workplace, have a positive effect on the occupants
What's the height of the plant box?
Karin Payson architecture + design
Central Coast House and Library
Hallway with plant row to glass
Indoor Planting bed...indoor garden...Garden room...inside garden...indoor plants...indoor plants
Terry and Terry Architecture
spaces. Curved, fixed glazing and overhang. Decking. Semi-courtyard. Views. Garden.
the plants area...Indoor outdoor garden
Award Winning Northern Virginia Custom Cabinetry
Custom cabinetry, built-ins, home entertainment centers, custom closets, wine rooms/storage, home offices, libraries, and bars.
NIMMO American Studio For Progressive Architecture
create space to garden wall for front entrance
Terrasse et pourtour avec plante?...bamboo plant
Thom Filicia Inc.
Like the console & garden stool
Glass shelf and flowers/plants
David Coleman / Architecture
The Rochester- hallway
the name of the plant (or grass) that are growing in the containers?
I googleimaged this pic... shows it sells for about twenty bucks for 9" "plant"
(even up to 4" of standing water) in full sun to part shade. Very tolerant plant which is why it does so well in containers.
These tall, slender plants are a modern way to add a little greenery to an interior.
Style Secret: Indoor PlantsIndoor plants provide more than just
Plants soften architectural elements. Natural materials provide textures that are difficult to recreate. Sometimes there is no substitute for the real
real thing. Here a structured planting of reeds plays an important role in softening the stone wall and wood columns. This concept might be used around large
What kind of plants are these? Thanks...where did you purchase the plants?...the wall & the box plants
Laara Copley-Smith Garden & Landscape Design
Clean & Modern
Contemporary garden...garden design...garden design surrey...garden designer london...garden designer...basement garden...modern garden...Nice pot plants