In late winter, this evergreen shrub or small tree, Pewter Pillar® Winter’s Bark ( Drimys winteri var. chiloense), opens clusters of lovely white blooms followed by small fruits. The glossy leaves have silvery-white backs. The plants are hardy in USDA zones 7 to 10.
On HGTV's Celebrity Holiday Homes, a beautiful gold and champagne color palette was selected for Sherri Shepherd's holiday decor. Simple white pillar candles, magnolia blossoms and gold garland help accent the hearth as a visual focal point in the living room.
A long wood dining room table is flanked by 10 upholstered chairs. A modern geometric silver chandelier hangs from the ceiling above the table, which uses two white pillar candles as a centerpiece. Along one wall is a cabinet unit that provides plenty of storage for this dining space.
Two white pillar candles in matching hurricane glasses and other well-chosen accessories help dress up the mantel in this transitional living room from designer Elizabeth P. Clarke. Tips from the designer: The fireplace is one of the most striking features in a room and should be a focal point. The mantel is a great place to accessorize. Small groupings of artwork can be added above the mantel for some punch, and smaller accessories on the mantel help tie in the fireplace with the art. Lighting and candles are another fabulous way to create visual focal points.
This five-pillared dining table with nailhead trim is a sibling to the smaller piece in the homeowner's breakfast nook. This eclectic space also boasts a gallery wall and a pair of vintage-yet-futuristic crystal-adorned globes, and a walnut-stained hardwood floor.
This beautiful and simple traditional kitchen features a large kitchen island with pillar legs. A paneled white range hood sits above a white and cream marble accent wall. In the foreground, a gray patterned chair looks toward the room. The white kitchen gives a bright contrast against the dark wood flooring.
This white concrete “table” is a large pillar hurricane from Serena & Lily, with the glass portion removed, placed next to an African daybed. This space is a part of the covered porch designed by Yvonne McFadden in the 2017 Home for the Holidays Designer Showhouse and Marketplace.