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Allenaim Photography
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Pool Farm
Pool Farm
Future Green Studio
Inspiration for a modern patio remodel in New York
 Landscape
Landscape
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2013 ALE: The Potager Garden at Stonebridge Mansion
2013 ALE: The Potager Garden at Stonebridge Mansion
Pennsylvania Landscape & Nursery Association
W.D. Wells & Associates, Inc. https://www.facebook.com/wdwells.inc Project Entry: The Potager Garden at Stonebridge Mansion 2013 PLNA Awards for Landscape Excellence Winner Category: Theme Garden Award Level: Bronze Project Description: The Potager Garden at Stonebridge Mansion was completed as part ofthe Oxford Arts Alliance 2011Decorator's Showcase. The Garden is a fun and productive garden featuring culinary & medicinal herbs, vegetables, and sustainable gardening concepts. Many sustainable practices can be seen throughout the project such as a compost bin, a rain water harvesting system, and use of many native herbs and vegetables. A Potager is a French term for an ornamental vegetable garden or kitchen garden. We made sure to keep that in mind as we designed the space. By using a number of herbs that have both culinary and medicinal use we are trying to encourage the public to find more sustainable, home grown options for their own food and medicine. The project also features a vertical herbal wall which is a new idea taking shape in the industry. The wall allows you to provide herbs and vegetables with an optimum growing environment while saving an exorbitant amount of space. It gives people with limited space or poor growing conditions, such as people who live in cities an opportunity to grow their own herbs and vegetables. In addition to the herb wall, vegetables such as lettuce, spinach,beans,tomatoes, and many more can be seen throughout the garden. The garden is located adjacent to the kitchen of the residence to further enhance the garden to table idea. We hope that after seeing this fun themed garden people can both enjoy the space,but also try to apply many of the practices we show to their own landscape. We encouraged visitors to stroll through,or sit awhile in our garden, and learn about rain water harvesting, food crops,vertical gardening,and more! Plant List: Botanical Name (Common Name) 16 - Buxus microphylla 'Franklin's Gem' (Franklin's Gem Boxwood) 1 - Nandina domestica (Heavenly Bamboo) 3 - Dicentra eximia (Bleeding Heart) 5 - Hellebourous orienta/is (Lenten Rose) 8 - Vaccinium corymbost"1J (Highbush B;ueberry) 4 - Hellianthus anuus (Sunflower) 15 - Calendula officina/is (Marigold) 30 - Assorted Vegetables 30 - Assorted Herbs Photo Credit: W.D. Wells & Associates, Inc.
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Bluffview
Smith & Ragsdale Interior Design
While this new home had an architecturally striking exterior, the home’s interior fell short in terms of true functionality and overall style. The most critical element in this renovation was the kitchen and dining area, which needed careful attention to bring it to the level that suited the home and the homeowners. As a graduate of Culinary Institute of America, our client wanted a kitchen that “feels like a restaurant, with the warmth of a home kitchen,” where guests can gather over great food, great wine, and truly feel comfortable in the open concept home. Although it follows a typical chef’s galley layout, the unique design solutions and unusual materials set it apart from the typical kitchen design. Polished countertops, laminated and stainless cabinets fronts, and professional appliances are complemented by the introduction of wood, glass, and blackened metal – materials introduced in the overall design of the house. Unique features include a wall clad in walnut for dangling heavy pots and utensils; a floating, sculptural walnut countertop piece housing an herb garden; an open pantry that serves as a coffee bar and wine station; and a hanging chalkboard that hides a water heater closet and features different coffee offerings available to guests. The dining area addition, enclosed by windows, continues to vivify the organic elements and brings in ample natural light, enhancing the darker finishes and creating additional warmth. Photos by Ira Montgomery
York Show House 2011
York Show House 2011
Charles C Hugo Landscape Design
Living wall panels . . Photo Rob Karosis
This is an example of a contemporary landscaping in Portland Maine.
Beach Contemporary
Beach Contemporary
Living Gardens Landscape Design
Succulent wall
Photo of a small contemporary backyard landscaping in Orange County.
Seattle, WA: Brandon and Rebecca
Seattle, WA: Brandon and Rebecca
Sarah Greenman
Sarah Greenman © 2012 Houzz BTC: My favorite thing about our neighborhood is that it's close to the action of the city, without being right in the middle of it. Our street is actually pretty quiet, but you can see the bustle just two blocks away. We can stroll outside without much noise or distraction, but we can find a busy city playground quickly as well.
Raised path with steel edge
Raised path with steel edge
JHLA | Jennifer Horn Landscape Architecture
Located in a great wooded neighborhood filled with modern homes, this property was a prime candidate for a face lift. With architects at Cole Prevost, the cantilevered architecture was revealed after years of being hidden. Espaliered witch hazel on welded wire mesh creates a dynamic view across from the kitchen. Viroc herb planters line a breezeway with pavers set in gravel. Two specimen trees lit from below punctuate the end of the garden space.
Pool Farm
Pool Farm
Future Green Studio
Patio - modern patio idea in New York
Outdoor Renovation
Outdoor Renovation
Cozy Little House
Inspiration for an eclectic patio remodel in Other
Reversing the Flow
Reversing the Flow
Chicago Specialty Gardens, Inc.
1st place overall winner - Rooftop Garden - Chicago's 2006 "Garden in a City" professional landscape awards
Patio kitchen - mid-sized contemporary patio kitchen idea in Chicago with decking and no cover
Succulent Planter Wall
Succulent Planter Wall
Zack Benson Photography
Homemade succulent cinder block planter wall makes for a great weekend project.
Design ideas for a contemporary landscaping in San Diego.
Paver path with espalier frame and viroc planters
Paver path with espalier frame and viroc planters
JHLA | Jennifer Horn Landscape Architecture
Espaliered witch hazel on welded wire mesh creates a dynamic view across from the kitchen. Viroc herb planters line a breezeway with pavers set in gravel. Two serviceberry trees lit from below punctuate the end of the garden space.
Farmscape Raised Beds
Farmscape Raised Beds
Farmscape
Design ideas for a contemporary full sun landscaping in Los Angeles with decking.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room: Robert Schwartz and Karen Williams for St Charles
Kitchen/Breakfast Room: Robert Schwartz and Karen Williams for St Charles
Rikki Snyder
Kitchen/Breakfast Room: Robert Schwartz and Karen Williams for St Charles Photo by: Rikki Snyder © 2012 Houzz
Trendy kitchen photo in New York
sfgirlbybay
sfgirlbybay
SFGIRLBYBAY
Eclectic home design photo in San Francisco
Browse 145 Herb Planters on Houzz

Whether you want inspiration for planning herb planters or are building designer herb planters from scratch, Houzz has 145 pictures from the best designers, decorators, and architects in the country, including Living Gardens Landscape Design and Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery. Look through herb planters pictures in different colors and styles and when you find some herb planters that inspires you, save it to an Ideabook or contact the Pro who made them happen to see what kind of design ideas they have for your home. Explore the beautiful herb planters photo gallery and find out exactly why Houzz is the best experience for home renovation and design.