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Green wall - now that's a privacy wall. I could see this between my backyard and the alley, with plants on both sides. Flowering ones even.

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Planter Wall Tiles Breathe Life into a Room—Literally

Planter wall tiles, perfect for growing fresh herbs in the kitchen or adding small plants to any interior space. Designed by the late Maruja Fuentes.

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Babylon Pendant Light

Pendant Lamp that can be used to grow herbs or succulents | oh my goodness. If we have a house again - this is beyond perfect.

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'Edgy' - Asymmetrical surfaces and soft colours

Edgy - Asymmetrical surfaces and soft colours - New Kaza Concrete three-dimensional tile collection @kazaconcrete

Etsyfrom Etsy

Mason Jar Wall Hanger Planter

Easy DIY Indoor Garden Mason Jar Planter for Under Five Bucks | Put it in a Jar #masonjars #indoor #garden #homedecor

Rainy Pot. "Just pour some water into the opening on the top of the cloud form, and ‘raindrops’ will fall through small holes in its base and onto the plant below. The gentle effect of raindrops is less stressful for the plant than having a torrent of water poured on it from a cup, for example." #innovative #design #plant #natural

Lushome | Interior Design and Decorfrom Lushome | Interior Design and Decor

Mosaic Tiles and Modern Wall Tile Designs in Patchwork Fabric Style

patchwork wall decoration with tiles

Design Milkfrom Design Milk

Wood Tiles by Everitt & Schilling

Everitt & Schilling Tile is a company that specializes in up-cycled and re-claimed handmade wood wall tiles.

Decorating Your Small Spacefrom Decorating Your Small Space

Creative Indoor Vertical Wall Gardens

My indoor herb garden. Total project $30.00 :0) thanks for sharing, so cool.

Apartment Therapyfrom Apartment Therapy

Creating a Buried Pot Garden

Buried Pot Garden!! Not only will your garden be extraordinarily charming and tidy, it'll consume less water and energy. Sunken planter gardens like this one provide both form and function. The pots prevent your herbs or plants from overrunning their designated areas, and the mulch keeps unwanted weeds and pests at bay while consuming no water and energy.

Better Homes & Gardensfrom Better Homes & Gardens

Top Garden Trends for 2013

more awesome ideas for herbs @bhg @growhere