The Urban Gardener: Indoor Window Garden Inspiration
Love gardening, but short on outdoor space? Below you’ll find some inspiration for planting indoors — all you need is a window. TOP ROW 1. The Makers 2. SF Girl By Bay 3. Jillm 4. Design Sponge 5. Martha Stewart BOTTOM ROW 6. Ship & Shape 7. SewNasty 8.
12 Unique Hanging Plants - The Interior Collective
One of the easiest ways to turn your house into a home is to bring in the outdoors by adding green plants. A simple green plant brings beauty, character, depth, and nature into your space. I don’t necessarily have the greenest of thumbs, but I do find that having real flowers and plants in my home allows me an escape from the day by forcing me to tend to my little wonders. I love watching the progress of how they grow and take full shape.
Applying fabric to a wall with liquid starch is a great solution for renters and commitment-phobes alike. A bit time intensive, yes, but the results are just about as good as it gets. And unlike wallpaper, you can take it with you when you move! This kitchenette turned walk-in closet (old house, used to be multiple apartments..) had great light and was begging for some inspired design.
You Can Do It: 10 Not-Too-Tough Industrial Pipe Projects
If you love the industrial look of a loft but don’t live in one, you can add some rugged style to your current place with a quick trip to the hardware store. Ready to get inspired? Read on. Some of these projects simply highlight the pipes you already have (see the brightly painted pipes above), but most use piping as material for a new project. All are worthy of a try. We’re still loving the classic look of pipe open shelving.