A hardy blue-green groundcover, sedum sediforme is a variety of stonecrop that grows up to six inches high and spreads in mats of leaves 18 inches wide. It produces tons of tiny yellow flowers in the summer and can withstand temperatures of 20 below in the winter. Plant it in a hanging basket and let it trail over the edges. Zones 4 to 8.
Vintage curved white leather chairs are spunky seating in a living room by designer Perry Walter. There's a play of pattern and vibrant hues of turquoise, marine blue, palm green and accents of tangerine. The pouf is made of white Moroccan leather.
This neutral bathroom features a vanity crafted from mesquite wood with a beautiful waxed finish and simple bronze cast sink. Mosaic brown and tan wall tiles include a few colorful turquoise tiles, while two caged pendant lights hang on either side of a circular mirror, giving the space an industrial touch.