RoxtonContemporary Kitchen, Vancouver

photo credit: Kristen McGaughey, custom herb garden from Studio N2

Example of a trendy kitchen design in Vancouver with flat-panel cabinets and white cabinets —  Houzz
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Sakeena Rashid wrote:Mar 16, 2013
  • J P
    Ana, thank you for the link to the tutorial! :)
  • ozziecookie
    If mason jars are not the main attraction to this spice rack, they sell small magnetized spice jars to hang on magnetic wall boards (i bought mine on Amazon) I hang mine on side of fridge without spices, but could be adapted to a wood board with metal squares or strips and then perhaps a few mason jars or just traditional sized spice jars with a little water to keep some sprigs of herbs at a time?
Becker Studios wrote:Jul 1, 2013
  • homelover22
    love the herb tray!!
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    Bonnie D Loubier's Landscape Design
    I like the herbs on the wall idea. But first you would need a light source like a grow light. Second you will have to fertilize the herbs
    I grow mine on a flat table with drainage trays underneath them. You could have a pot in another pot for drainage but you don't want to keep your herbs or any other indoor plants wet, grow them on the dry side. As far as the little white bugs I'm think you mean white flies? Wet soil would bring fungus gnats which yes will get you a swarm of little black flying insects. They lay their larva in the soil and keep the cycle going. To avoid this problem and the white fly problem. Use yellow sticky cards to get rid of this and a Safer Soap or make your own with garlic, hot sauce and dish soap. You can get all this at any local garden center or hydroponic store.
shima monavar wrote:May 4, 2013
  • pattimay
    Yeah!! Glad to send it along!
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    nelukasajewane
    nice Ideas........
angiedallas wrote:May 31, 2013
  • Harlie Sumner
    I would just spritz them with a spray bottle every now and then.
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    Gartnerei Heller
    You can buy some activated charcoal and line the bottom of the jar with them. That should help water remain sweet for the plants, and not ferment. Also, herbs and edible plants drink water and as you can always see how much you water, you can do some water management.
anaa mika wrote:Mar 17, 2013
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    Kashigari
    Don't the herbs need sun?
  • joyful_lady
    Yes, herbs need sun although they are good in a window. Many are also invasive and will self seed so be careful where you plant them outside.
americandreamdyn wrote:Mar 17, 2013
  • Louise Charbonneau
    Super pratique ce porte épicé frais
  • sjharvey74
    looks like a kenwood to me, i ve got one that looks identical but i think is smaller which is the kenwood prosper compact - it's brilliant.
Josefa Sarmiento de Ramirez wrote:Mar 26, 2014
  • vestiano1
    Roughly translated the first poster is saying that they think the wall display is artificial but that real garden can be purchased.
  • bradleytollefsen

    The herb garden looks great. That kitchen must get a lot of natural light.

praise77 wrote:Oct 6, 2013
  • sparks2010
    thank you will do this one.
  • corinnehome

    I live in Vancouver. Is there somewhere I can buy the wall herb garden? I tried looing up Studio N2 in google but couldn't find it. Thanks so much in advance.


katileigh wrote:Jul 10, 2013
Jeanri Laurence wrote:Jun 21, 2013
  • glogirl9872
    Love this!
  • aganado
    I like it very much but I would it more if they were real
punkinlily wrote:Apr 16, 2013
  • jaykr
    I love the 'posing' cats
  • keimloesch
    What cats?
Deborah Smith Adams wrote:Apr 13, 2013
  • Ana Quintana
    This website basically tells you how to do it. http://www.notjustahousewife.net/2011/08/mason-jar-wall-planter.html This pictured rack just the wooden boards vertically oriented and the mason jars are tilted. You can tilt them any way you want if you don't screw the clamps in too tight. My herbs were very unsuccessful but I was at a house with basically zero light, and I think I burned them when I got an artificial one. Give it a shot. If it doesn't work you can still use the rack for other things. Mine was right above a counter so I just filled my mason jars with sugar and other baking powders.
  • joyful_lady
    Thanks Ana
snhughes wrote:Apr 17, 2013
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    Portico Design Group
    The Paint color is Cloverdale 8260
Connie Meyer wrote:Mar 2, 2015
Sheila Lockett wrote:Sep 15, 2013
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    Portico Design Group
    The Paint color is Cloverdale 8260 on the general walls and Benjamin Moore Sea Haze 2137-50 on the fireplace wall.
jimntran wrote:May 2, 2013
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    Portico Design Group
    This is a custom design for a developer "mosaic homes" unable to provide this information.
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                    laura5946
                    laura5946 added this to Huis & Interieur ideeenAug 28, 2019

                    Heel leuk idee voor kruiden in de keuken!

                    marilynwo
                    Statement added this to KitchenAug 22, 2019

                    Planting the herbs in glass bottles and etching them to wood panels against the wall

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