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Wild Salt Spirit: Cool bed idea for the van

Check out these beautiful ways to grow your own herb garden :)

Check out these beautiful ways to grow your own herb garden :) - Herb Gardening Today

Inspiration Vertical Garden .herb garden in kitchen?

Don't have much space to grow your favorite plants? Try building a vertical garden like this one, designed by Susie Frazier. Using salvaged wood, threaded rods and bolts, and a handful of mason jars, you can construct a simple hanging planter to add.

We built this planter with wood reused from a deck tear-down. The reeds have spread to fill it and have managed to do pretty well in spite of our lack of rain. They are looking forward to a wetter winter.....

I'd like this on the side of the driveway. Love the long narrow pot! Horsetail reed in recycled wood containers. Timbers from a demo deck. Like the reeds.

Perfect for folks with limited space, or who just prefer a stylish #garden bed for their deck, patio, or back yard, these vertical stacking planters are totally DIY-able.

DIY your photo charms, compatible with Pandora bracelets. Excellent idea for indoor garden. Space-Saving Vertical Vegetable Garden gardening on a budget

Vintage Interiors: 10 Amazing Retro Cafes | See the best design news at www.delightfull.eu/en/news/

Zjedz Berlin - Cafe Kraft / Marta Greber I like places like these. Sit down and sketch.

small bedrooms

If All Else Fails, Bunting. Handmade crafty bunting and photo bunting to keep those memories in view

Fruit Infused Water Recipes that will get your day off to a great start!

Fruit Infused Water Recipes that will get your day off to a great start! Some great water combos!

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Chant's Neighbourhood Cafe - Coffee shop @ Sukhumvit 58 , Bangkok , Thailand -- design : Badintra Balankura / Context Studio - love the high ceiling and big windows and greenery

PURO, Gdańsk - Picture gallery

I like the use of fisheye shaped mirrors here, it would be a great way to reflect light throughout the space. Put up on the east wall, or over the community seating space?