To update a wreath for the winter, use white paint and fake snowflakes, like New York City interior designer Eduardo Rodriguez of The Designer Pad did for this wintery tablescape. He upcycled pinecones, which are dipped in white paint for a shimmery effect, and arranged them in terracotta pots that he painted white and gray. The rest of the pots hold colorful candies and cookies for a casual Scandinavian-inspired winter get-together.
This dining room features a rustic wood table surrounded by green metal chairs. Each place setting is marked with pretty botanical-patterned dishes. A candle stick and a floral centerpiece in a terracotta pot sit in the table's center.
A wood beamed ceiling adds style overhead in this cottage breakfast nook. Large windows pour in tons of natural light that streams through a lovely vignette of glass jar-covered flowers in terracotta pots. A glass-topped table is surrounded by woven chairs.
Next to Rollins' kitchen garden is a shady space where a previous owner planted bamboo for privacy and a tall stone wall gives the feeling of being in a hidden oasis. Begonias, Japanese maple and geraniums kept in simple terracotta pots mean Rollins can move them around for parties, or bring them inside when the weather gets cold.