Victorian School House
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8. Suspend some potsWant a herb garden, but don’t actually have a handy windowsill to house the pots? Create a windowsill-like effect with a simple hanging rail and hooks to suspend pots. The result adds interest to windows and a dab of greenery, while ensuring plenty of light for your budding basil and coriander.
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Bei Verwendung herausnehmbarer Gardinenstangen laesst sich das Fenster auch weiterhin einfach oeffnen und schliessen.
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8. Look for unused spaces. In this remodeled Victorian schoolhouse in Nottinghamshire, England, the owners took down the curtains in the laundry room and repurposed the lower rod into a plant rack. Equipped with potted orchids, basil, succulents and other houseplants, this easily overlooked spot has become an attractive space. Other often neglected areas that can be good spots for houseplants include the tops of bookshelves, shadowy corners and oddly shaped nooks.