This cool, minty vine, Cissus discolor (also known as rex begonia vine, though it's not a begonia at all) would make a bold impact spilling over the sides of a container. From Brushwood Nursery, which sells vines and climbers for the garden.
This John Clayton honeysuckle would look stunning clambering over a fence. It's even native to the eastern and southern US, so it will attract your local pollinators. From Brushwood Nursery, which sells vines and climbers for the garden.
This modern steel firebowl would go beautifully with the wood and stonework often found on a Craftsman-style home. Design by John T. Unger Studio. This model's called the "Fireball" and goes for $3000.
These plants would go beautifully with the brown and tan tones so often found in the natural materials of a Craftsman home. Design by Maureen Gilmer of Morongo Valley, CA. Check out more suggested landscaping plants here: http://www.landscapingnetwork.com/plants/
I love the clean simplicity of this wooden arbor and gate. The repetition of the modern-looking pots balances the unfinished wood perfectly. Design by Exteriorscapes in Seattle, WA. Get more ideas for garden gates here: http://www.landscapingnetwork.com/fencing/gates.html