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.
Rich jewel tones of red, blue and green add color and depth against a predominantly white and gray backdrop in this eclectic living room. The open shelving and multiple tables allow the owners' collection of beautiful ceramic pots to be always on display.
If youâre looking to add a centerpiece to your table top without the added expense of cut floral, consider using potted greenery. This look can be formal with the use of more elegant ceramic pots, or keep it casual and classic with basic terra cotta vessels.
If you want to add live greenery to your front porch entry but worry about proper care and upkeep, stick with arborvitae in ceramic pots. As long as the front porch receives direct sunlight for a good portion of the day, the trees will thrive for a month or so leading up to the end of the holiday season. After that, it's best to plant them outside in full sunlight.
Whitewashed terra-cotta pots and ceramic pitchers work together to set the scene. Start out with a few creamy pillows and add to your collection over time. Yellow and blue is a classic color scheme that also feels very French.
A pair of round coffee tables with durable concrete tops over an open metal frame are a play on the round shape of the globe chandelier above. The tables allow good traffic flow in and out of the seating area and offer a place to rest a drink, display books and hold a ceramic white pot with fern.
The modern red console table with X-cross base is a perfect fit for this playful space with a bold color scheme and eclectic style. The modern style table offers drawers for bedroom essentials and display space for interior design books and white ceramic plant pots, with a low shelf that offers easy access to shoes.
The kitchen is home to another DIY moment. With some hardware brackets, and a solid piece of reclaimed wood that eventually had to be cut to size, the couple installed open shelving. It’s the perfect place to house their collection of ceramic dishware. A space was also added to hang pots to dry. The genius design allows water from the pots to drip right into their overflowing plant in the kitchen.