Dealer Spotlight: The Sill in New York

We’re besotted with this quirky little potting shop in New York City. Known for a gigantic range of planters and a knack for ‘potting design,’ The Sill has become something of a sensation among New York’s window and balcony gardeners. One of their specialties are teensy-tiny potted succulents that can fit onto even the smallest of window sills. See examples of their work below, and you can find them on Instagram as well.

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January 21st, 2015|0 Comments

Modernica’s First Day of Gifting: The Tabletop Ceramic Bowl

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Yes, readers, it’s that time again. We’re kicking off our Twelve Days of Gifting this year with the new Tabletop Ceramic Bowl. This smallest addition to our Case Study Ceramics collection fits in just about anywhere – perfect for a small shelf or a side table. This makes it a lovely and versatile gift with an attractive price point – only $39! Order today and stay tuned for eleven more days of Modernica gift ideas!

December 2nd, 2014|0 Comments

Dealer Spotlight: Potted in Atwater Village

What happens when two creatives from the film industry with a shared love for gardening and modern design start a business? Potted – one of the most innovative outdoor and garden stores in Los Angeles.

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Their mantra, “Indoor style for outdoor living,” is made evident with every stylish planter and designer piece of outdoor furniture. Each item and product line is hand-picked by owners Mary Gray and Annette Gutierrez to create beautiful outdoor environments that are designed much as any interior would be. In fact, Gutierrez’s own garden was recently featured in Sunset Magazine for its unique take on landscaping:

“To transform the 3,000-square-foot yard, she created a series of outdoor rooms landscaped almost entirely with potted plants. ‘I get to redecorate over and over,’ says Gutierrez. ‘I just move my pots around a little and I have a whole new yard.'” – Sunset Magazine

Read more about Gutierrez’s spectacular potted garden in Sunset Magazine, or visit the Potted official site.

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April 23rd, 2014|0 Comments

Let’s Get Social: 5 Weeks of Contests, Week One!

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It’s time to get social – 5 weeks of contests on all 5 of our social outlets. Week one starts with our favorite social channel – this blog! To enter, all you need to do is sign up for our mailing list and leave a comment in the comment field below to let us know you entered. Simple! The winner will be randomly selected to take home a free tabletop Case Study Ceramic Planter with wooden stand!

One winner will be chosen each week. All the winners will be announced on April 9th!

 

 

April 3rd, 2014|74 Comments

New Ways to Wok!

The Case Study Ceramic Wok is one of our most popular new planter releases. Now, the large, striking shape will make even more of a statement – with a custom-made wooden stand!

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Our carpenters have crafted a unique custom stand just for the ceramic Wok. We think it gives the planter both added height and that extra bit of oomph! Get a feel for our Case Study Ceramic line when you visit the Los Angeles Showroom, or order online.

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February 18th, 2014|0 Comments