This year designer Tiffany Brooks used framed art on the backsplash behind the five-burner cooktop. “I wanted to add humor, place art where it’s not expected, and also make the kitchen less serious,” says designer Tiffany Brooks. “The art solved all of this.”
An abundance of natural light from the breakfast area highlights the bright white cabinetry and decorative range hood. The striking granite countertops heighten the elegance in this already stunning kitchen.
Briana uses decorative tin containers to keep many of her daily must-haves — from tea bags and sugar to toothpicks and salt — within arm's reach. By using these containers instead of assorted bottles and boxes, Briana benefits from a burst of color and graphic pattern that also keeps clutter at bay.
Another type of bulb is known as a tuber. There are two types of tubers: root tuber and stem tuber. A dahlia grows from a root tuber. Examples of root tubers include dahlia, peony, tuberous begonia and ranunculus. A potato is probably the most famous stem tuber. Examples of stem tubers include potato, caladium, cyclamen and anemone.
Bring a festive touch to your tabletop or kitchen with a snowflake tea towel. Add white thread to a needle and mark a snowflake silhouette to the fabric using a marker or chalk, then use the needle to secure the buttons directly along the traced silhouette.
Selaginella moss, also known as peacock moss, is nestled in a decorative container. This variety of moss likes moist soil and high humidity, says Karin Jeffcoat, owner of Cote Designs. When planting into containers with no drainage, she lines bottom with pea gravel. Placing plants with their pots into the container allows her to water them individually. She also adds water to the bottom of the container to allow for humidity.