Hi everyone Athina here 👋 As Amy flies over to London to spend Xmas with the fam, I’m currently undergoing the penultimate day of my IKEA kitchen reno! Today the tile splashback is going in and tomorrow we get a working sink & hob! Just in time for Christmas too 💃🏻 It won’t be going live until early Jan, so I’m leaving you with this little sneak preview of my new ovens which have already bought us such joy. #ikeatmine#kitchenreno#ikeakitchen#gifted
У меня руки наконец дошли до спальни 🛏 ✨💫 это конечно не все, что я задумала ... все ещё впереди 👌🏽люблю я все эти детали, ну и чем проще мне кажется, тем уютнее 💚
Конечно! Какой интерьер без корзинок 😁🤗 я думала до нового года не дождусь уже, но нет 🤩 🎅🏾 Дед Мороз существует ☺️
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THE FATHER OF OUR GREEN - LIVING WALL'S
Stanley Hart White was a professor of landscape architecture at the university of illinois from 1922 until 1959 and the inventor of the GREEN WALL. White called his invention "Botanical Bricks" and developed prototypes in his backyard in Urbana, Illinois.
He had taken out a patent on an invention of his called ‘Botanical Bricks,’ which are simply plant units capable of being built up to any height, for quick landscape effects, the vertical surfaces covered with flowering vines, or the like. He thoght that the idea has great possibilities for such things as world fairs, city yards, indoor gardens, and many other projects.