Jordan Grantham of The Happy Homebodies and her husband transformed two ordinary flower pots into a bubbling fountain for their patio. Make your own flower pot fountain with any two pots — one larger than the other — a water pump and landscaping rocks. Note that this fountain must be placed near an outdoor electrical outlet in order to run.
An golden barrel-shaped stool and simple sconce make a lovely, unassuming bedside tableau in this bedroom. The nearby ladder is a visually fun spot to stash extra throws with the added benefit of not taking up a lot of floor space.
Leanne Ford makes this living room feel as bright and fresh as a spring day with a white palette that bounces light around the space. A handful of quirky, character-rich details like the unusual light fixture and vintage cabinet help the room feel special, as seen on HGTV's Restored by the Fords.
A newcomer to the market, Heat It Up Yellow blanket flower hit garden centers in 2020. Its sunny hued blooms open reliably all season long and make the perfect addition to containers or planting beds. In this pot blanket flower sparkles when paired with a dark leaf sun-loving coleus (Color Blaze Wicked Witch) and orange callibrachoa (Superbells Dreamsicle). Like other blanket flowers, Heat It Up Yellow has no pest or disease problems and is deer and rabbit resistant. Plants grow 12 to 24 inches tall and spread 18 to 36 inches. Typically grown as an annual, but hardy in Zones 8-10.
A metal urn topped by a colorful potted plant delineates the entryway of this compact family home. The front door opens into the living room of the 600-square-foot house, which serves as the family’s main gathering space.