Pottery Barn’s New Collab Is Meant for the Garden—But We Suggest Bringing It Indoors
Whether you’re potting, propagating, or just decorating.
Published May 6, 2022 8:01 AM
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Just in time for spring, Pottery Barn’s newest collection with Charleston, South Carolina, influencer Julia Berolzheimer is blooming with chic gardening essentials, from a scalloped plant stand to delicately patterned terracotta planters. “My husband is the gardener; my daughter prefers to water and weed; and I’m the one who’s like, ‘You plant those pots, and I’ll style them over here,’” she says with a laugh. (Her hacks? Odd numbers of pots are exciting to the eye, and sticking to monochromatic buds makes everything look cohesive.)
But the best part of the coastal grandmother–leaning collection—which also includes bedding, bath, and outdoor entertaining pieces (like a must-have green recycled glass goblet)—is that you don’t need to have a sprawling green space (or a backyard at all) to work this Southern charm into your space. Upon second look at the sage and scalloped lineup, you start to notice the items’ dual purposes. Here’s how Berolzheimer sees her outdoor products taking on a second life inside the home.
On the Side
This half-circle étagère is meant to go against the wall of a porch or garden shed. But that’s not the only way to work it, says Berolzheimer: “For a shoot, we styled it as a side table in a bedroom, but it would also be great in an entryway.”
Woven carryalls are a natural for holding trowels and weeders (and during harvest, your bounty), but on days when you’re not in the garden, this deep basket is the ideal place to store rolled-up blankets and books.
Technically, this sage green potting station is meant to be a surface for plants and soil, but in a mudroom, the hooks and drawers would be ideal spots to organize hats, keys, and other small accessories.
The possibilities are endless for this oval bucket. Outside, it can be used as an extra-large planter, but back inside, it’s a party-ready ice receptacle for a couple bottles of bubbly. And we’ll drink to that, especially after a day of hard work in the yard.