Bath Dishes What it is: A fast and fashionable way to keep small bath accessories organized. How to make it: Give plain terra-cotta flowerpots a lively coat of hot pink paint and swirl rub-on accents (found with the scrapbooking supplies) for added interest.
Outdoor Wall Art Add color to your outdoor decorating with a fence covered with suspended flowerpots. It's wall art for your outdoor room. Start with nine terra-cotta pots and coat the bases with spray paint. Next, plot the grid arrangement and secure pot hangers to the fence. Finish by suspending pots from hangers and filling each container with brightly colored annuals or herbs.
Could your patio use more privacy? Chantal and Ryan of The Horticult created a solution by hanging rows of simple terra-cotta pots from above to form a vertical garden that doubles as a screen. You'll also gain valuable real estate by lifting your plants off the floor, making this a smart solution for small spaces./
How to Make a Terracotta Pot Flower Tower with Annuals
Hovering Saucer A large terra-cotta saucer sits atop a tomato cage serving double-duty as a birdbath and trellis for climbing vines. To create an even more vibrant focal point, paint the saucer in your favorite color, or tie it into your garden's color scheme.
Gardening Gift Paint a flowerpot and saucer with glossy white paint. Use a foam brush to paint the rims a coordinating color. Fill the container with potting soil and a packet of seeds. Turn the saucer over on top of the pot. Tie together with ribbon, and tuck a trowel in the bow
Painted Pots Whether you live on the West Coast, East Coast, or miles away from the ocean, bring all the colors of the water right to your backyard. Potted plants look even nicer in containers with hues of sea blue.