Black metal outdoor sconces and plants in bright red pots bring a hint of updated design to the original stone and wood of this front porch, while rocking chairs welcome family and friends to sit and enjoy the view.
Real or artificial topiaries and easy-care rosemary plants bring a touch of green, but also wonderful, welcoming fragrance to your front porch. Swap out your usual pots for pretty green and red pots and mulch with moss for a more polished, finished look.
What was once an unused spot behind the garage is now a perfect place to have a bite to eat. New furniture allows this space to be utilized white a fresh coat of pant and new plants bring the red pots back to life.
A large island and hanging pots are the focal points in this spacious kitchen. A copper range hood complements the pots hanging from the pot rack as well as the copper-colored tile floor. Green cabinetry and light-colored counters add contrast to the red hues.
Sleek and spare but with warm brown accents, this modern kitchen is a design masterpiece. The wood paneled cabinets hide clever storage solutions such as pull-out spice racks and deep drawers for pots and pans.
Keeping it cozy and glamorous, this Halloween porch decor features a chic white twig wreath. Add some Christmas ornaments or ribbon and it easily transitions to your next holiday. Cool black branches turn an existing garden pot into great Halloween decor when you add some moss at the base. Keep pillows and throws handy in wooden bins for cool nights.
A metal gable porch roof with exposed beams keeps with the country farmhouse style of the exterior. Red Tolix chairs, a glowing, barn-style pendant light, and pots overflowing with vibrant green plants create an inviting entrance.
Look for pots of mixed kale varieties for sale in garden centers. This blend includes Red Russian kale, Vates Blue kale and Tuscan or dinosaur kale. Harvest individual leaves or snip all shoots for smoothies or salad.
This Asian-themed living room features a silver tray filled with rocks, three candles and a silver pot filled with red roses positioned on a wooden table. The large windows give an added feeling of height and spaciousness. Wicker furniture completes the look.
Rich jewel tones of red, blue and green add color and depth against a predominantly white and gray backdrop in this eclectic living room. The open shelving and multiple tables allow the owners' collection of beautiful ceramic pots to be always on display.
A raised water feature with colored lighting, Tuscan style wok pots and fountain bubblers is the focal point of this pool and spa. Lounge chairs lined with yellow cushions and red throw pillows add a pop of color to the patio area.
When leaves bring the color, the show never stops. These gorgeous foliage plants fill shady pots or planting beds with season-long good looks. One way to create an eye-catching display is to plant pots with one type of shade-loving annual. Cluster the pots together to create a striking garden tableau. This shade garden features (clockwise from bottom center): glowing gold millet grass (Milium effusum), Kong Red coleus, a hanging basket of Emerald Falls dichondra, Chocolate Mint coleus and Kong Rose coleus. These plants all grow best in full shade to part sun.
Classic bay leaf fragrance—and flavor—abounds in Sicilian sweet bay (Laurus nobilis ‘LNSS’). Sunny gold leaves and red stems give this shrub beauty in the landscape or stew pot. Harvest leaves as needed for cooking. Plants thrive in full sun to part shade and are hardy in Zones 8-10. To grow Sicilian Sunshine sweet bay in colder regions, keep it in a pot and stash it in a bright, cool spot for winter.