I took one of Marta's container gardening classes last year and now grow most of my greens and such on our small patio. I highly recommend her!
Homegrown LA on Starting An Edible Garden | Apartment Therapy Los Angeles
|6/5/10 9:48 PM|
you should be able to drill a drain hole in the container with a masonry bit if it's ceramic, and a regular drill bit if it's metal.
Container Style: How To Choose Plants For Your Patio | Apartment Therapy San Francisco
|6/1/10 7:52 PM|
I had a pedestal sink in a small bathroom and HATED IT! You miss the storage underneath, and things were always falling out of the overstuffed medicine cabinet which resulted in dings and cracks in the sink bowl. As julip8 said, maybe in a half-bath... or one that did not get used much.
Have a Small Bathroom? Pedestal Sink Inspirations | Apartment Therapy Los Angeles
|3/9/10 11:07 PM|
We did our own poured in place concrete countertops as well. It is a messy process, but a rewarding one. As stated numerous times in this thread, concrete is not for you if you want your countertop pristine forever. We like the fact that our counters have a few imperfections and color variations. We do have to be careful about acid - it will leave a mark. I have not noticed other substances staining though... and we do periodically wax them. Good luck!
Can You Give an Honest Opinion on Concrete Countertops? Good Questions | Apartment Therapy The Kitchn
|1/13/10 4:26 PM|