Fastest Growing Herbs In Home Kitchens– Including Cacti
Cacti, a great way to grow fresh herbs in your home, is more than just a growing trend. It’s actually a sophisticated growing trend that consists of trees that are meant to grow tall plants. Calusing the plant’s innate barriers to ground and solid competition with the vertical density of the land, plant designers at Robson Rak completed a magnificent indoor herb garden. The results are more than beautiful, really. The herb garden is actually not complete without knowing how plants like grass grow, and one of the most important components is the potting soil in the air space. This “middle level” space between the vertical wet space and the medium space that flows across the high walls is a green space that not only creates a green wall between the vertical space and the green wall, but it creates an indoor herb garden called Bridgehampton.
The idea was to create a space that is simple and green, while still conveys a sense of stylish modernity. Set off-center in the living room with a butterfly shaped pendant lights, a discreet corner in the kitchen, and wide vases at each end of the couch, are the perfect launch into this unique space.
Aside from this casual kitchen, Bridgehampton features a his and hers kitchen, a combination that is visually very appealing. The two open sides of the dining room have the biggest indoor herb garden drama there is, not to mention the incorporation of fresh plant bowls inside the counters. A small closet—perfect for storing kitchen supplies—floats on the top level, while a small bedroom space and a metal screenediffwn bedframe complete the feeling of the pizazz. With no rain shower head, the decor was kept at an environmentally responsible, water-saving minimum.
Photos by: Brett Boardman Photography