This transitional living room features a round wooden coffee table decorate with a blue and white ceramic bowl, turquoise vase and vase of green foliage. The nearby sofa features neutral and blue throw pillows.
Two cube-shaped end tables feature an eclectic blend of stone. To add to the mix of textures, Leanne Ford includes a palm leaf, a globe-shaped table lamp and a ceramic bowl. The backdrop? Board and batten paneling, as seen on HGTV's Restored by the Fords.
Curated ceramic and wooden bowls line the wooden, floating shelves above the panda white, marble backsplash in this modern kitchen. The kitchen island features a waterfall edge with hidden storage and room for several high back bar chairs.
Custom cabinetry and the gas fireplace created a focal point in this loft's living room, enhanced by the mother-of-pearl tile surround and glass mosaic tiled back. Artisan forged metal artwork, hand-blown glass bowls, glazed ceramic vases and a starburst mirror are showcased in these modern shelves.
Talk about exotic refinement. This master suite from Mathews Furniture + Design demonstrates the very cutting edge trend for blending feminine, jewel-tone details like this purple-accented Oriental rug and amethyst bowl with cheeky exotic touches like the ceramic elephant table, leopard pillows and Jungalow-worthy white palm accent to really rev up the drama.
Made from pine with a dark stain, designer Brian Patrick Flynn’s team created and installed this low user-friendly Dutch-style door that closes off the pet nook from surrounding spaces in the home. Outside the pet nook door sits an industrial-style iron pet feeder with raised ceramic dog food bowls that gives pets a posh way to enjoy mealtime.
On HGTV Star Season 8, designers Tiffany Brooks, Boris Eckey, and Jeribai Tascoe transform the home of Giovanna and Eric Lawrence by adding brand-new kitchen cabinets, a new backsplash, and new countertops. For the backsplash, a mix of glass and ceramic tiles were used to add dimension, and a vivid blue bowl from One Kings Lane adds a dash of modern color to the countertops.
The color palette and fabric patterns of the patio coordinate with the interior spaces of the home. A clean, simple concrete fire pit bowl sits in the center of comfortable outdoor furniture, perfect for summer nights. The fire pit can be easily moved to the side when room for a dance floor is needed. Lots of potted plants in overscaled ceramic containers surround the area, helping to further define the space.
Once you’ve laid the foundation, create a festive place setting. Jenny’s seven-layer place setting formula works for “any occasion this summer,” she says.
To recreate her seven-layer place setting, start with one or two chargers as anchors. Then layer in a large hobnail plate with a melamine or ceramic plate on top. Then Jenny suggests layering in a seasonal dish towel in place of a napkin. “I consistently use dish towels as napkins…layering [them] in between dishware so it drapes off the center of the setting,” she explains. Finally, add a coordinating salad plate and a small dish, bowl or bread plate and a name card or seasonal accessory.