An indoor herb garden is both functional and beautiful in this country kitchen design. White shiplap walls keep the space bright and sage green cabinetry adds soft color. A white brick accent wall adds subtle texture to the room.
This kitchen features an indoor herb garden designed by Reckless Iron Works, as seen on HGTV Fixer Upper. A white brick wall and white granite countertop creates a bright backdrop allowing the pot color and greenery to pop. Wood cutting boards and ceramic cookie jars are functional and decorative.
Tonal, arabesque glass tile backsplash creates a sophisticated look when paired with classic, white Shaker cabinetry. A stainless steel sink withstands daily wear better than a traditional porcelain farmhouse sink. The window over the sink brings in enough light to keep an indoor herb garden on the sill.
A black-and-white patterned tile, custom vent hood and pot-filler faucet are fixed between upper and lower cabinetry in this stylish country kitchen. On the facing wall a mounted indoor herb garden adds a natural life to the room. Hardwood flooring and the soft sage color of the cabinets pair with the granite countertop and shiplap walls for a timeless, inviting look.
Natural light reflects around this beautifully simple, transitional kitchen, blending gray traditional cabinets, contemporary shelving and a shimmering white backsplash. Floating shelves are a perfect place to store extra kitchen items or grow an indoor garden of herbs and succulents.
For the most part, mint is an aggressive plant in the garden, which makes it an ideal herb for your indoor garden. Its vigorous growth isn’t dampened by growing conditions inside. As long as it has a sunny windowsill, it will reward you with flavorful leaves, no matter the season. Snip stems often to keep the plant bushy and unfurling new leaves, which pack the mintiest punch.