As seen on HGTV's Elbow Room, a side table stacked with blue and white accent pieces, a low vase of white chrysanthemums and a vintage globe create a subtle nautical look. Wainscoting painted crisp white is the backdrop for this great room vignette.
Stenciled daisies adorn the green walls to coordinate with this room's other floral accents and add an artistic touch. A pink-and-white checked rug anchors the space and enforces the room's girly color palette.
A crystal chandelier, dramatic pink and green drapes and canopy bed give this little girl's room a Parisian feel. A simple glass side table holds a pink arrangement of daisies that match the striped pink wallpaper.
Rollins' garden is a wonderful balance of control in her boxwood-anchored raised beds, and crisp white lattice mixed with daisies, hydrangea and butterfly bush to lend a wild, whimsical air to the space.
This charming wildflower garden will be loved by the nectar-gatherers in your neighborhood. White shasta daisies are framed by red bee balm and red dwarf coreopsis and create a bright, cheerful planting.
Ox Eye daisies provide a soft texture and vibrant white flower against a garden with strong stone features. The use of native plants in the large planting beds help to create separation amongst the architectural features of the garden.
Purple coneflower, daisies, foxglove, black-eyed Susans, astilbe and hollyhocks fill this garden. "More than half the plants were split from perennials in other areas of my garden," says the homeowner, "and this turned out to be my favorite bed."
White lattice provides a crisp, clean border in this stunning Atlanta garden. Danielle Rollins has surrounded her pool with beds filled with a uniform color palette of light green, white and silver. Beds of hydrangea and daisies keep things fresh and cheerful.
The coastal, pastoral feel of this seaside garden is emphasized with the soft palette of purple and white plants. Lavender and daisies are combined to create a graceful garden against the grey tones of the weathered stone and wood.
Give your centerpiece a true farm-to-table touch by adding a clear glass vessel inside of a wire basket, then surround it with fresh eggs. For a truly rustic look, stick with wildflowers like daisies or alstroemeria and local, organic eggs ranging in color.
Though her clients downsized to a smaller home near their children's school, designer Robin LaMonte managed to give the family a formal entry using a beautiful wood sideboard and a chic chandelier. Two watercolor paintings add subtle color to the walls, while Daisy the dog waits to greet visitors.
Anytime you’re working with commonplace flowers such as daisies or carnations, be creative with your vessels to add personality and make them one-of-a-kind. A cost-effective option is the simple repurposing of a soup or vegetable can which simply requires a thorough washing before adding any floral and water.
Casual and cute? That's a definite check for this townhouse near downtown Atlanta. Wanting to give her clients a space where they could unwind as a family, designer Robin LaMonte paired a sophisticated white sofa and two chairs with fun teal throw pillows and a comfy armchair. A large area rug keeps the floor soft for the family's dog, Daisy.
Large planters can bring a porch, patio or driveway to colorful life when you fill them to overflowing with flowering annuals. Start with a planter that’s at least 14 inches across to create a (somewhat) mobile flower garden. This large container features bloomers in bright colors: ‘Tiger Eye’ gloriosa daisy (Rudbeckia), ‘Summer Jewel Red’ Savia coccinea, Profusion Double Fire zinnia and ‘Callie Purple’ calibrachoa.