Potted has been open for 8 years now and has participated in the Dwell on Design Outdoor Section for the past several years. This was the first year they had their own booth, which felt like a milestone for their independent business. "In addition we were also asked to do all the plantings and containers for LivingHomes C6 prefab home for the Palm Springs Modernism Show, the Ted Talks Conference in Long Beach and now again for the current Dwell on Design."
Carrying everything from planters, lighting, garden supplies, to patio accessories, Potted has something for every garden. "As an aside...our biggest seller is our concrete fire pit, which for some reason is not easy to find and we can ship it anywhere. Our other biggest seller is our Circle Pot, which we designed. It's so fun to see it pop up throughout the city but I can't wait to be in NY and see one in a window there (it could happen.) Or Cleveland! Our newest design is the Orbit, a very cool hanging planter and the City Planter which we are very excited about."
Working with clients to create exceptional "patioscaping" Potted aims to help customers with the little details that freshen up their gardens, yards and decks. The goal is to create and maintain gorgeous beautiful living spaces. "We create container gardens that are drought tolerant with a high-design aesthetic to go with well designed furniture that fits the lifestyle of our clients."
You can also enjoy the custom pottery bar in the back, where you can create gorgeous floral arrangements. From everything from orchids to terrariums, Potted will surely have something lovely for your home.
Extra bonus: Check out Annette's House Tour on Apartment Therapy!
Images: Bethany Nauert
- Founded: 2004
- Founded by: Mary Gray & Annette Goliti Gutierrez
- Headquarters: Los Angeles, CA
We opened what we envisioned to be a mecca for like-minded, design-loving, garden enthusiasts–people like us who want to shop for the outdoor area of their homes like they do their interiors. At Potted, we create an eclectic environment filled with an array of styles, from kitsch to cottage and vintage to modern. Each have their own special personalities, and we get a huge kick out of blending them all together in our own Potted Style.