6,281 edible paint Rustic Home Design Photos

ModernBackyard
4 Reviews
Eagle Nest
Ideabooks16,165
Questions3
The plants are edible herbs, mostly evergreen in this Pacific NW garden, including trailing Rosemary, thyme, and sage. You can also see a white flowering lavendar and an orange flowering perennial (not edible) in this image...sorry I do not have an ID for the orange flower, but anything with similar
edible looks nice different idea if don't want bed.
have seen here so far are part of the framework that holds the garden together. The same concept can apply to planters and containers. This mixture of edible herb plants, especially with the differing variegated foliage, feels cohesive — it might have been confused if brightly colored or patterned containers
have seen here so far are part of the framework that holds the garden together. The same concept can apply to planters and containers. This mixture of edible herb plants, especially with the differing variegated foliage, feels cohesive — it might have been confused if brightly colored or patterned containers
“For the front of the house” — lbelgrove
Robin Amorello, CKD CAPS - Atmoscaper Design
18 Reviews
Shed Garden
Ideabooks7,165
Questions4
i just saw these parts on ebay. theyre made by the Amish. non painted in all sizes. like $40 for box and $4.99 for bracket. you should put them together, paint them and sell on ebay!
love trellises. would probably grow beans or something edible.
trim paint and color of shed.
Paint structures to add colourPainting is one of the easiest and most cost effective ways to personalise a space inside or out. In this very cute cook’s garden the chartreuse
“everything” — Loraine Eubanks
Luci.D Interiors
1 Review
Harriet Goodall
Ideabooks3,497
Questions2
Plant just what you need, and group edibles with similar watering needs together. This applies especially if you want only a few plants, not an entire market garden. Create a separate herb garden
Plant just what you need, and group edibles with similar watering needs together. This applies especially if you want only a few plants, not an entire market garden. Create a separate herb garden
“Garden cover” — dragonflygardening
Leslie Saul & Associates
10 Reviews
Boston Condo
Ideabooks2,424
Questions2
What are your tips for picking the right neutral paint color?
May I ask what color paint you used on these bricks and the brand name? Thank you.
If you put a picture light on your painting, they will stand our more
Love painted brick wall for hallway
Painted brick wall, back of kitchen
Painted Brick in the kitchen perhaps?
painted brick, color of brick, light wood floor
Select the appropriate tools. Brick is heavily textured, so you'll need painting supplies that can handle its pits and crevices. Choose rollers with a long nap and press hard as you roll to push paint into tiny holes, or use a sprayer for the most even results. You'll probably want a brush to take care
STEP 3: Select the appropriate tools Brick is heavily textured, so you’ll need painting supplies that can handle its pits and crevices. Choose rollers with a long nap and press hard as you roll to push the paint into tiny holes, or use a sprayer for the most even results. You’ll probably want a
“whitewashed brick hallway” — megfraumano
Justine Hand
Harbor Cottage, Maine
Ideabooks21,192
Questions9
believe they are 8 inch boards, correct? How are they installed to get that clean consistent look? When I see painted butt jointed boards they look sloppy. There is space between some and paint between some. I would love to know how you did it. Thanks.
many of the houses I design and our trim guys often uses quarters wedged between the boards as they install. It's just the right size gap to keep the paint clean and the gap size completely consistent.
I am almost positive this is just painted wood (1 x 8 or 1 x 10). This is a farm house look (if not original, with the plank walls and ceilings. We constructed a mud room similar to this
Black bench top with low black splash back and painted lining boards
“I like this for the simplicity” — jbstewart1
Landsystems & Associates
Saldo Varian Ranch
Ideabooks494
Questions0
Edible Gardens
edible garden
“barrels” — jainaeviston
Banyon Tree Design Studio
8 Reviews
Banyon Tree Design Portfolio
Ideabooks13,121
Questions7
Could you please tell me the blue paint color and what brand? Thanks.
Hi tallywog21, this was a custom design and built shed in Seattle. the interiors were not finished to a high degree while some of the exterior painting was completed by the owner. I think each situation depending on design fees, installation costs, possible permit costs, local labor costs and any diy
Hi, sorry I wish I could help! The shed was painted by the owner, and I am not sure the color specs.
Here, raised beds flank the patio entrance to this garden shed. Fill the beds with your chosen vegetables and flowers and consider growing a vining edible, such as cherry tomatoes or grapes, over the arbor. Your family will be eating fresh food from the backyard all summer long.
“Love this garden shed!” — electropopbaby
Archiverde Landscape Architecture
23 Reviews
Crestwood
Ideabooks3,479
Questions5
Yes, the raised planting beds are made from Stock tanks of different diameters. They have been painted for two reasons: 1) to reduce glare for adjacent transportation and 2) reduce reflective heat for the plants.
imaginable and is glad to share them with friends and neighbors," Bibb says. Adirondack stick style inspired the eastern red cedar fence around the edible garden. The vegetable beds are round galvanized steel horse troughs with the bottoms cut out to allow for good water and oxygen exchange between the
“gate” — cwelles
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