That black-and-white wall treatment actually wraps around the stairs, creating a sense of cohesion between the home's entryway and living room. To make even more use of this unique space, the designers showcased a planter and gold accent on top of a console table.
Lavender and gold are a dreamy pairing in this spa-like bathroom. Over the bathtub, a mural of flowers adds to the romance and a plant housed in a golden planter is a decadent touch in the large walk-in shower.
Meet Milo, a golden doodle and one of the owner of this townhouse's three dogs. He's hanging out on the home's private doggie balcony. The area where Milo sits is an extra large shower pan connected to a drain and filled with gravel so the dogs are able to use their bathroom without a walk in the park.
The beautifully textured finish of this blue nightstand pops against the white walls. The uniquely shaped black table lamp catches the eye and adds height to the display. Finished with a pastel green planter and decorative box, the details create a simple and stylish display.
Hints of gold -- in the basket, candleholders and planter -- elevate the wood coffee table and catch the light that comes streaming in from the windows. When they're entertaining guests, the owners can use the serving tray to deliver drinks from the kitchen.
The gold-framed mirror and fiddle leaf fig tree give this bathroom a homey vibe. Blue-gray vanity cabinetry looks elegant and classic against a marble countertop and brushed nickel faucets. Striped accents on the basket planter and frosted glass sconce shade add playfulness to the space.
A wood platform bed serves as the focal point of this tranquil Asian-style bedroom. A silver planter with large bamboo stalks and a gold Buddha statue flank the windows with floor-length neutral drapes and mounted pendant lamps. A frosted glass door and neutral bench complete the room.
For this project you'll need two small wood planters, fresh mood moss, clear plastic wrap, small river rocks, floral tape or clear tape, miniature fairy garden accessories, faux gold gems and five to seven small green potted plants in a variety of shades and heights. Line the insides of both planters with plastic wrap and secure with tape around the top rims. Fill the bottom of each planter with a handful of small river rocks for drainage, then stack the planters to add depth and interest. Create a custom design by staging plants and garden accessories before planting. Once you've achieved the desired look, remove plants from pots, loosen the roots and plant, filling empty space with potting soil. Lightly water the soil before covering with moss and adding leprechaun garden accessories.
Perfectly fit for small hedges when planted in multiples, Winter Gem Boxwood also works well potted in vessels and planters. During the winter months, this evergreen will take on a golden bronze coloring, then change back to bright green in the spring. Winter Gem Boxwood thrives in both partial and full sun settings.
The back of this built-in bookcase is lined with Novogratz Constellation removable wallpaper. The off-white peel-and-stick paper with gold foil design creates striking contrast against the deep green walls and dark wood shelves and can easily be removed or replaced. Accessories like a "hello" sign made from wire, astronaut artwork, a moon LED night light and a brontosaurus tillandsia planter add to the whimsy of the display.