What's the best way to make a good first impression when selling your home? Freshen up your home’s curb appeal with mature landscaping and dark-brown mulch or simply invest in two oversized urns to accommodate year-round plantings, as seen on HGTV's Bang for Your Buck.
Fresh-cut flowers are a must-have for any kind of soiree; however, flowers can get very pricey. Give your event a similar look with potted floral, which can be used well after the party ends by either keeping it in its vessel or by planting it in the ground.
If you’re out of time and out of money before your party, why bother with floral for the table? Instead, simply add potted houseplants to the tablescape. While plants won’t add the same elegance that flowers bring to the table, you’ll still be able to add color, texture and shape into the mix.
This sprawling outdoor covered porch features a small dining area with a white table, brown wooden chairs and colorful potted flowers. Nearby orange and yellow Adriondack chairs offer the perfect spot for taking in the view.
The Skilken home's organic glass shape, designed by renowned architect Bart Prince, shimmers in the sun, as seen on HGTV's Amazing Water Homes. Red potted flowers stand out in a line in front of the home's facade.
This inviting foyer features a black metal spiral staircase with matching railing and wood stair treads. A glass hexagon chandelier is positioned above a round mirrored glass table with potted flowers. A black dyed cowhide rug finishes off the look of the space.
Inside this library, with has light sage green walls, a large built-in bookcase overflowing with books is positioned next to a white fireplace. Two glass candlesticks and a potted flower sit on the mantel, and above the fireplace hangs a simple floral painting.