As the temperatures dip into lower digits, it’s time to think about taking some precautions to prevent your fountain from cracking and your pump from burning out or breaking. By following a few important tips from our outside sales manager at Pottery World in Rocklin, you can keep your fountain safe all winter long. Read More
Green and Gold is a look that is always festive and adds plenty of sparkle to your holiday home. This look combines the green of fresh-cut fir with the elegant shine of gold, which makes it ideal for a more traditional home. This is a theme that works with all the gold décor you probably already have!
Ice combines the rustic texture of burlap with tones of icy blue and shimmery silver for a timeless, elegant quality. This is a crisp look that puts an updated twist on traditional holiday décor, to make your home feel fresh and current. It’s perfect for a room furnished in white, with linen or slipcovered upholstery and lighter-toned wood furniture.
Thanksgiving is the one holiday when the table is the centerpiece of the festivities. Take some time to set your table, preferably the night before, so everything is in place and you won’t stress about it while attending to all the last minute tasks (making gravy!) required to pull off the perfect Thanksgiving.
While many people really love to create a fun, spooky or downright terrifying approach to their front door when October rolls around, there are two approaches to decorating for the fall months.
If you live in a neighborhood where trick-or-treaters fill the streets and jack-o-lanterns light the night, then you will want to focus your exterior décor on Halloween for the month of October and then transition to a fall look for the month of November.
Warm cinnamon, spicy apple, pumpkin pie, bright evergreen—just a few of the warm, cozy, seasonal scents of fall. Whether lighting a candle, filling a bowl with potpourri or putting out an oil diffuser, you can easily and quickly fill your house with a variety of the familiar and comforting scents of autumn.
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Reminiscent of a villa overlooking Lake Como, balustrade planters from Pottery World bring a sophisticated Italian feel to your yard or patio. If you have ever eaten outdoors at the Pottery World Cafe in Rocklin you will recognize these classic planters that we use to enclose the covered dining area. Read More
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Gardens around here seem to be giving up their bounty, and the break room table at Pottery World is often full of veggies from our employees’ gardens with a sign reading, “Help Yourself!”. Our culinary team has incorporated some of these garden-fresh goodies into our Cafe’s seasonal specials, but there are always some left over. A great way to use up what your garden produces is by creating refreshing summer drinks. Here are some recipes that will cool and delight your palate, both with alcohol, and without.