115 plant shelf Sunroom Design Photos

Meriwether Inc
5 Reviews
Morningside bungalow
make it complete. The owner, an avid gardener wanted someplace to bring in plants during the winter months. This small addition accomplishes many things in
very similar to a room I'm currently designing for myself. The shelf is not something I have considered until now....
Thank your for the compliment. The shelf is expanded metal lath. A small steel angle was welded to this to give it
make this potting room as much like a porch as possible. The owner grows plants from seed so between the windows and the fan the breeze helps to grow strong
Planting room. I really like the idea of having an in-house room to store plant supplies
the windows! Very nice to pot plants!...Curious what is used for the shelf?
“Shelves” — vivigoss
Period Homes, Inc.
2009 Southern Accents Showhome
Can you please tell me the name of the big plants in front of photo ?
Curtains, plants, furniture and gorgeous white paneling in conservatory
Green Tropical plants perfectly balance the golds, greys, and creamy beiges in this room.
about to end. It’s time to bring those plants back inside. During the summer you might have found that your plants grew a lot, and errant branches are in
dirt that gathered during the summer. This covering can interfere with a plant’s ability to turn light into food. A gentle spray from the garden hose and
one with sentimental value, bring the plant inside for the winter. Before you bring it in, though, check the plant for pests. Even if you don't see any
plants make great look for porch...lots of plants and cozy, intimate
“Plants” — yukonbunun
Town and Country Conservatories
A conservatory for plants and people
The flowering plant looks like a Mandevilla vine. They are stunning and bloom like mad. ...
They look like Ficus trees. Indoor plants in most U.S.
i love stay in the greenhouse , relax and sit with flowers ad plants around , soft music make this perfect
indoor plant kitchen dining red flowers up high
transitional space between the indoors and outdoors begs for thriving potted plants as the connecting element.
A conservatory for plants and people
“Roof” — ayeshashahid
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VanBrouck & Associates, Inc.
2 Reviews
French Country Estate
Could you please tell me the name of the plant on the left side of the screen....tall, spiky, palm like.
What is the name of the large leaf plant in the center of the photo?
spiky plant....What's that plant?...of plants and space is multipurpose...Plants plants plants!...Big plants...Wow plants !...a plant sun room...the lushness of the plants...plants & windows...The plants...large...look for
“flowers red color” — stanid
B. Jane Gardens
4 Reviews
Rollingwood Estate
brick foundation makes a nice shelf space for plants and decorations, although I think less clutter would be nice.
Love love love the green framing with all the plants and the outdoor access too.
Plants & Varying plant height breaks up the wall of glass very appealing
What's the plant that's hanging down?...Love the wicker and the plants...We can do more hanging plants in the
“green house” — Jaque McMorrow
Karen Gallagher Interiors
1 Review
The "Atrium" at the Portland Symphony Showhouse, 2011
Blue color Plants in covered vase
Plants in bell jars
“Plants” — Ashley Stark
Dominick Tringali Architects
1 Review
Birmingham Showhome
I like the use of plants and the color of the sofa though
Height: This plant is slow growing but can reach up to 3 feet indoors. It grows much taller in its native habitat.Cautions: All parts of the plant are toxic
insignificant flowers may appear at the base of plants in summer; it rarely flowers indoors. The plant can be kept outdoors as long as the temperature
pots; they'll serve you for many years to come.How to Care for a Zee Zee PlantTemperature: The average room temperature should be 60 to 75 degrees Fahrenheit
Fahrenheit (16 to 24 degrees Celsius).Light: Bright to low light. Keep the plant out of direct sunlight, which can scorch the leaves.Water: Water thoroughly
“Plant room” — jacoblogos
Jonathan Miller Architects
2 Reviews
French Country
what a beautiful sunroom, love the plants
Just add water to the thriving plants in this sun-drenched room
Conservatory for plants, not extra room...I love green plants and different pots....Love all the plants...Plant shelves.
“Patio” — naomihorsford76
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