Potted at Lazybones
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Potted at Lazybones

Potted at Lazybones

Potted co-owners Mary Gray, right, and Annette Goliti Gutierrez, left, and Lazybones manager Ashlee Headlee in Santa Monica. 

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Potted at Lazybones

An assortment of ceramics and ready-made planters at the new Potted at Lazybones. 

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Potted at Lazybones

Bauer Biltmore pots and vintage finds at Potted.  

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Potted at Lazybones

Brightly colored Fermob bistro tables and a custom table with succulents at the new Potted store in Santa Monica. 

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Oudoor accessories at the new Potted at Lazybones.

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Potted at Lazybones

Outdoor furnishings by Loll, made of recycled plastic, at Potted at Lazybones. 

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Potted at Lazybones

A vintage bathtub is repurposed as a planter.  Right: A Loll Adirondack chair. 

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A ready-made planter ($35) rests on the Midge tile table ($495) at Potted at Lazybones.

 (Allen J. Schaben / Los Angeles Times)
Potted at Lazybones

Potted’s ceramic Circle Pots ($95) are on display at the new outdoor Potted store in Santa Monica. 

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Potted at Lazybones

Circle pots. 

 (Allen J. Schaben / Los Angeles Times)
Potted at Lazybones

Potted co-owners Mary Gray, left, and Annette Goliti Gutierrez, right, and Lazybones manager Ashlee Headlee in Santa Monica. 

 (Allen J. Schaben / Los Angeles Times)
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