We always think it’s the little details that take any house from cute to over-the-top charming — and there are few things that make shorter work of that feat than window boxes. Designer Jane Coslick adds interest and dimension to this tropical, eye-catching home with turquoise window boxes. And she gets extra credit for the adirondack chair!

We love these other great uses of window boxes, as well.

Flowers by Gabrielle, featured in Traditional Home Magazine, stands out from the other storefronts on the street because of these adorable window boxes.

This guest cottage, photographed by Stacey Bradford for Canadian House and Home, is inviting in its own right. But the precious, yellow window boxes add a punch of color and loads of charm.

This photo is of Cabot Cove in Kennebunkport.

This fairy-tale, ivy-covered cottage was designed by Thomas Callaway.

Designer Albert Hadley used window boxes to add dimension and interest to this space.


The use of fruit in these window boxes, featured in Southern Living, makes this home stand out.


Another window box photographed for Southern Living…

And another one from Southern Living, the handiwork of designer Tracee Lund.

If you are looking to add a little charm to your home, we absolutely adore the Fairfield Window Box, the Hanging Window Black Box and the Nantucket Window Box. Happy planting!