Styling Plants in a Mid-Century Modern Space

by Erin Moore

We’ve created a three-part series showing you how Revival plant pairings can complement, elevate, and brighten a wide range of spaces. This week, we’re taking it all the way back to mid-century modern - the design movement which first popularized the now iconic ceramic cylinder planter.

Styling Revival Ceramics in a Minimalist Space

by Erin Moore

The simplicity and functionality of Revival Ceramics make them highly versatile and completely timeless. We’ve put together a three-part series dedicated to help you incorporate plant life into a variety of interior design trends using our timeless planters.

Bring The Outdoors In: Transitioning Plants For Fall

by Erin Moore

Fall is in full swing and the temperatures are beginning to drop. It’s time to bring your plants indoors - follow along for some tricks and tips to keep your plants leafy green all year round. 

Plant Style: A Beautiful and Functional Bathroom

by Erin Moore

Like any tropical paradise, your bathroom is teeming with conditions optimal to grow healthy, lush greenery. Take advantage of the natural environment the shower creates and build your own beautifully curated bathroom jungle using these three tips.

Grower Pots vs. Direct Potting with Revival Ceramics

by Erin Moore

When it comes to choosing the best planter, there isn’t a “right” answer. The best option for your houseplant depends on the plant’s individual nee...

MCM Part I: Mid-Century Modern America

by Erin Moore

Mid-century modern design first emerged in 1947 and is still in popular demand over half a century later. Learn more about the iconic design trend and the artistry behind what has made mid-century style so prevalent today.