Amy A. Alper, Architect

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ansoo_gupta
Ansoo Gupta added this to 7 Unusual Spots to Green Up Your House19 June 2018

7. The kitchenThis is a great place to consider growing herbs that you can pluck and use in your cooking for unbeatable fresh taste. If you get 6-8 hours of sunlight in any part of your kitchen, do consider growing beans, okra, spinach etc. as well.If your kitchen doesn’t get much sunlight all through the day, you could still grow microgreens, or even air-purifying plants.Plants: Mint (Mentha), curry leaf (Murraya koenigii)Read more:5 Plants Best Suited for Indian HomesClever Hacks for the Lazy Indoor-Plant LoverTell us:Have you made use of any unusual spots in your house to bring greenery inside ? Tell us in Comments below.

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seismic_pulse
Seismic Pulse added this to Seismic's Ideas21 August 2022

Don't like the apron sink. Prefer a double sink, can be farmhouse sink, but needs to be enclosed. Prefer metal sink.

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Mary-Ellen Miller added this to Bozzuto17 July 2022

this was my thought for the possible flow of the kitchen area if you were interested in swapping rooms around

michela_romani
Michela Romani added this to casa nuova21 June 2022

la cucina a gas e il senso di vissuto e calore

mrskeddys_scienceclass
Heather Keddy added this to Cherry St Kitchen Remodel19 June 2022

Red stove! B/W kitchen- love the colors

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