Shane Powers garden vessels for West ElmModern, New York

Photography courtesy of West Elm

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rosadelcampo wrote:Apr 24, 2012
goatfarmer wrote:Mar 15, 2013
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    The Shabby Nest
    This photo is from West Elm. If you click on the green 'more info' link below the photo, it will take you to another page that has link to the online source for this item. You should be able to find the information you need there.
  • goatfarmer
    i know the photo is West Elm, specifically I wanted to knwo if this is th eCrosby Couch and what fabric is it upholstered with.
Suzana Lachmann wrote:Sep 1, 2012
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    West Elm
    Hi Suzana — unfortunately, this pillow design is no longer available. You can see all of our current pillow collections here:

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creative jewish added this to Maidenhair Fern Brings Lacy Grace to a RoomAug 20, 2013

A small potted maidenhair works well on a bed of moist rocks in a footed terrarium (or even a goldfish bowl), which creates an ideal humid environment.

The Home Editor: City & Small Space Consulting added this to The Indoor Gardener: Reconsider Fabulous FernsFeb 22, 2012

Embrace the trend toward terrariums. These clear glass vessels, designed by Shane Powers for West Elm, are an excellent and interesting way to display diminutive ferns.

Jen L'Italien added this to One Fern DayFeb 16, 2012

This fishbowl from the collection holds a delicate fern in a small pot.Care tip: Avoid overwatering or pouring water directly on terrarium plants. Water ferns in a fishbowl vessel every 7 to 10 days, using a turkey baster or dropper to avoid spills. Check the moisture level of the soil by sticking your finger in the sand.For succulents in a glass terrarium, Powers suggests waiting a month between waterings.

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