A trio of gold containers pop against the white walls of this room and add shine and flair to the design. The metallic finish is a nice contrast to the surrounding satin finishes. A white faux-wood mirror frame and two-toned curtains frame the shelf display with added texture and color.
The rear terrace is framed by stone balustrades with decorative urns, leading to an inviting swimming pool. The line of the terrace is continued with the use of a linear hedge to further define the garden's spaces.
This single vanity bathroom includes a soft beige bench with candles and a decorative silver urn. Organic elements, such as the driftwood seen on the countertop, provide a pure, natural vibe throughout the space.
Add a focal point with a a planting in a single decorative container that's unique and eye-catching -- like this terra cotta urn with lizard sculpture. In this planting, the coral-colored Geranium (Pelargonium) marries well with the neighboring Red Yucca (Hesperaloe parviflora).
A decorative oval mirror, a cluster of pottery vases and a small urn grace the mantel over this marble fireplace. Add a dose of whimsy with the tiger-print ottoman and some elegance (and color) with a blue-and-white bowl, and you've got a beautiful living room.
This patio space is nice for entertaining outdoors in front of a lovely lawn and garden. A seating area under the pergola receives shade and the ambiance of the water fountain. Big urns of flowers decorate around the columns.
A North Carolina front porch features a vintage lantern with a bow, a pinecone garland over the door and an evergreen wreath with a fancy ticking bow (that matches the lantern bow). The faux trees in urns are decorated with handmade painted birch bark ornaments and frosted shatterproof balls. It's decorated by craft and home decor blogger Amy Buchanan of AttaGirlSays.
White and green is a universal palette that can transition nicely into post-holiday decorating, especially if you remove stronger holiday hues such as red. Karin Jeffcoat of Cote Designs, a floral and event studio in Aiken, S.C., filled small urns with fresh flowers, including white hydrangeas and dainty Star of Bethlehem.