Classic white subway tiles and a small potted plant bring farmhouse charm to the elegant materials and modern design of this clean master bathroom.
Liven up your patio space with some green. Potted plants, ivy, and ground cover can soften the hardscapes to cozy up an outdoor oasis.
Designer Jenny Norris placed small potted plants on the coffee table instead of books — a lively and low-maintenance addition to the living room.
Blooming potted plants, smoke colored pool edging and a bridge over two connecting pools create a captivating composition in this design by Platinum Poolcare.
A contemporary chandelier sits above a cozy breakfast nook in this southern California home. Potted plants flank the space, bringing a touch of nature indoors.
This spacious living room features calming neutral colors, a large sofa with decorative pillows, and an oversized potted plant between two floor-to-ceiling windows.
Gray rectangular tile is used to create a sleek rooftop terrace. Potted plants add a touch of nature to the stunning view of the city.
Listed on the National Historic Register, this home in South Carolina features a beautifully landscaped formal backyard garden, with low hedges, trees and potted plants.
Surrounded by lush potted plants, the partially shaded patio opens up to the reflecting pool and includes two seating areas to enjoy some fresh air.
In Kettle's large conference rooms, polished conference tables and modern lighting give them the wow factor. Potted plants keep the space feeling fresh and energized.
A casual, laid back vibe is evident in this free flowing design that incorporates relaxation areas into a layout of potted plants and various greenery.
Large-scale artwork and potted plants (real or not) add character and charm to any room, like the powder room seen here, designed by Tom Beasley.
Make holiday visitors feel welcome by stocking your guest bath with fresh flowers or a pretty potted plant and a selection of pretty monogrammed guest towels.
The grid design of this hanging garden allows for many potted plants in a small amount of space. You can build one row or multiple rows.
In this living room, a shag rug with a simple neutral pattern pulls the various furniture together. An organic touch comes from the large potted plant.
Terracotta tile is used to create the floor for this outdoor breezeway that connects the pool area to kitchen. Potted plants add life to the walkway.
As a container plant, Red Twig Dogwoods can be pruned to emphasize their colorful branches, and their foliage can be maintained for a more natural look.
Inspired by the ocean views ahead, the designers outfitted this lounge with light blue furniture. Potted plants decorate the space and provide a touch of fresh greenery.