96,721 Ceramic Pot Home Design Photos

Eco-Art, LLC
Planter Sculpture
Ideabooks928
Questions1
base for your favorite ceramic pot or planter. Here the rebar was bent to resemble branches or vines.
As a pedestal for a planter. Three or four lengths of rebar can be wired or welded together to make a custom base for your favorite ceramic pot or planter. Here the
rebar bent to hold a pot
As a pedestal for a planter. Three or four lengths of rebar can be wired or welded together to make a custom base for your favorite ceramic pot or planter. Here the rebar was bent to resemble
Rebar wired/welded together to make a custom base for ceramic pot or planter.
of rebar can be wired or welded together to make a custom base for your favorite ceramic pot or planter. Here the rebar was bent to resemble branches or vines.
“Steel rebar fencing” — ksnewell
Laara Copley-Smith Garden & Landscape Design
3 Reviews
Courtyard & the Smaller Gardens
Ideabooks489
Questions0
Using blue outdoors. Looking outside the home, bold blues are a great choice for accents in the garden and on the patio. Consider a vibrant blue bench, garden stool or ceramic pot. Or paint a garden gate
garden and on the patio. Consider a vibrant blue bench, garden stool or ceramic pot. Or paint a garden gate or exterior wall or fence bright blue and train lush green vines to climb over it.
Nice blue bench and pot... For us!
Looking outside the home, bold blues are a great choice for accents in the garden and on the patio. Consider a vibrant blue bench, garden stool or ceramic pot. Or paint a garden gate or exterior wall or fence bright blue and train lush green vines to climb over it.
Looking outside the home, bold blues are a great choice for accents in the garden and on the patio. Consider a vibrant blue bench, garden stool or ceramic pot. Or paint a garden gate or exterior wall or fence bright blue and train lush green vines to climb over it.Tell us: What is your favorite shade of
“bench colour” — hatmorahan
Paintbox Garden
6 Reviews
Boxwood Planters
Ideabooks1,070
Questions1
Elegant boxwood makes a great shrub for containers of all sizes as it can be trimmed to hold its shape (use frost-free pots for outdoor use).
Plants in pots by front door
potted bushes - each side of stairs - bottom of stairs
mix things up with different-size containers and plants, and make sure they're watered on a regular basis throughout the season. If you're using ceramic pots, it's best to keep them on a covered porch so freeze-thaw cycles don't damage the containers.Boxwood (Buxus spp) is also lovely in the winter garden
“Winter garden” — Sharmistha Das
Northern Virginia Full Service Landscape Design Build Firm
We pride ourselves in designing unique landscapes that are a reflection of our clients desires and budgets. Projects range from outdoor kitchens, decks, fireplaces, construction to custom landscapes.
Sponsored
Lisa Stewart Design
13 Reviews
Romantic Bedroom Suite
Ideabooks785
Questions1
Ceramic pot w glass lid used as accent table!
Like the table made from pot
Love the table -- large aqua ceramic pot.
Ceramic pot on Chinese pot stand w/ glass top used as end table.
Like the flower pot made out of a table
flower pot into a table
Flower pot accent table
Flower pot table...big pot table...Pot table...Pot used as table...Pot with glass...ceramic side table
“ceiling” — myjackie
MUSE Architecture
A Southampton Estate
Ideabooks784
Questions3
where are those great pots from?
Invest in topiary. A pair of topiary trees or neatly trimmed potted shrubs flanking the front door makes for an elegant entrance. You can’t miss with classic blue and white ceramic pots, moss-covered concrete
to IdeabookEmail Photo 8. Invest in topiary. A pair of topiary trees or neatly trimmed potted shrubs flanking the front door makes for an elegant entrance. You can’t miss with classic blue and white ceramic pots, moss-covered concrete or black urns, or square wooden planter boxes. If your stoop gets
8. Invest in topiary. A pair of topiary trees or neatly trimmed potted shrubs flanking the front door makes for an elegant entrance. You can’t miss with classic blue and white ceramic pots, moss-covered concrete or black urns, or square wooden planter boxes. If your stoop gets
“French blue entry pots” — megpins1
Bright Green
Succulent Frame
Ideabooks20,434
Questions6
CLOSE OFF PAITO & DO POT GARDENING FOR NEXT YR ..MELLONS & SQUASH IN THAT GROUND GARDEN. CAN TREE THE FENCELINE.
plant wall, pots, plants
CeramicGlazed ceramic pots come in a wide range of colors, complementing their surroundings or providing color when needed. You’ll need to be gentle with them, however
more pots...pot plants...nice pots...green plant pots
“In a frame” — laurelnicola
Dana Nichols
Pool patio
Ideabooks1,838
Questions3
lovely pool scaping with extra pots of flowers and tables
The tranquil outdoor space provides ample privacy and beautifully showcases the couple's ceramic pots and vintage patio furniture. Dana: What's your next home project? Patti: There are still some things I want to do with the backyard. And I want to wallpaper the guest bedroom. More:10 Design Strategies
“brick ledge” — wendie goode dox design
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
coastal mediter-asian
Ideabooks1,541
Questions1
the rusty pot for hen and chicks
natural feel of the herb garden, pots
Urns. Generally made of glazed ceramic, large urns are an excellent way to add color and sheen to your landscape. Although they don't typically offer much in the terms of functionality, they do a nice job of adding a punch of color to an otherwise dull corner.
“our fencing” — yasdoc55
© 2014 Houzz Inc.
Houzz® The new way to design your home™