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Spring Tablescape with Faux Florals

IMG_2990 We know that Spring is here when the major showers start to hit! With the recent rain, we are so excited to see that plenty of foliage and plants are getting hydrated in this California Drought. One of our favorite parts about Spring is of course the amazing florals! We’re not just talking real flowers either—our hearts have been recently set on our faux collection at Rolling Greens. Our large inventory of faux florals are perfect for creating long-lasting, elegant centerpieces that can be used time and time again.

Inspired by the soft hues of the season and faux florals, we created a tablescape that seamlessly transfers your Winter décor straight into Spring! Trust us—no one will believe the centerpiece is faux! See our tips below for creating your own spring table decor, and join us at both Rolling Greens locations to pick out your florals today. Spring is the perfect time to de-clutter and arrange your living space for the new season, so make a pot of coffee and get decorating!


1. To create the focal point of our centerpiece, we used five vintage jars: one large jar in the center, two medium jars on either side, and lastly, two small jars layered in next to the medium jars.

2. Then, we filled the three bigger jars with large florals. Our biggest jar is our main focal point—so we used Protea for vivid colors. Protea are amazing since they have such a unique structure and can be masculine or feminine.


3. For our two medium jars, we layered in white hydrangeas to make a full and voluminous arrangement.

4. For our small jars, we used a pretty blue-green floral and fluffed up the leaves to add volume. Each layer we add in corresponds with the next and filled the voids to create a full and seamless arrangement!


5. Next, we used an assortment of peonies and succulents intertwined with each other to create an extension of the arrangement that reached down both sides of the table.

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6. For the table setting, we used white chargers (from your winter décor!) and added a cool-toned brown charger on top. To add a pop of color and pattern that ties in with the arrangement, we used our patterned bowls with a pop of blue. Textured pink and blue- toned glasses tied the colors together and an romantic chalice finished each setting.


Have you started decorating your home for Spring yet? Share your decor tips in the comments, or join us in-store to complete your floral & pantry shopping!

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We're hiring!

Got the green thumb or all about home + design? We’re excited to share that we are hiring at Rolling Greens! Our team is expanding and we’re on the lookout for new team members and interns for in our Creative Team and retail locations. You can read all about our current openings below and where you may fit into our expanding team!

Please send all applications, resumes, and additional materials regarding employment and internships to Sami Davis at

positions available

Arrangement Bar Designer + Workshop Host | Full Time | Los Angeles

We’re seeking a creative visionary who is continuously pushing the boundaries of designing real and faux plant + floral arrangements. Mediums used include everything from succulents, orchids, indoor plants, outdoor plants, faux, and some florals, among many others. You will interact with customers and clients to create custom pieces and stock our Arrangement Bar with an assortment of arrangements.

Our Arrangement Bar is an extremely unique element to our brand and we pride ourselves on inventing and creating beautiful arrangements on a daily basis for our customers. In addition, we host monthly Learn + Grow workshops and events at that you will lead as a teacher and host by walking guests through steps and providing them with tips/special care information.

In addition to your application, please include a link to your portfolio/website or include an attached portfolio in PDF format.



  • Create and prepare arrangements as assigned by our Lead Barista
  • Create arrangements on a weekly basis specifically for our Arrangement Tables
  • Work outside the box to create unique arrangements that align with our aesthetic
  • Meet with interior designers, customers, and trade experts to design and create arrangements they seek to have made
  • Keep the Arrangement Bar continuously stocked and organized at all times
  • Order supplies to ensure the bar is stocked with items such as gloves, gravel, soil, plants, and more for every day use and specifically for events + workshops.
  • Assist in prepping for monthly workshops and events by clearing the arrangement tables, cleaning and prepping the space, stocking the bar, and set up.
  • Teach and lead our monthly Learn + Grow Workshops and/or additional events. You will work with attendees step by step through the process and assist them as needed
  • Post Event Recover by cleaning off the Arrangement Bar, remerchandising the arrangement tables and cleaning the space of the workshop.


  • Must reside in Southern California
  • Must have minimum of 1 year experience in Plant and/or Floral Design
  • Must have the will to learn and a hard working ethic
  • Have creative ambition and a detailed eye for space and design
  • Possess strong time management skills
  • Exemplary written and verbal communication skills
  • Willingness to teach and host our Events + Workshops
  • Ability to work weekends for Events + Workshops

Sales Associates | Full Time | Los Angeles

We’re seeking a Sales Associates at our Los Angeles Rolling Greens location! Our team is looking for a result-driven retail Sales Associate to be responsible for all sales activities, from lead generation through to close. The successful candidate will be able to elevate company standards, achieve sales goals and meet clients’ expectations.


  • Ensure high levels of customer satisfaction through excellent sales service
  • Assess customers needs and provide assistance and information on product features
  • Go the extra mile to drive sales
  • Maintain in-stock and presentable condition in assigned areas. We are a visually driven store who focuses on maintaining our store displays on a daily basis.
  • Actively seek out customers in store
  • Remain knowledgeable on products offered and discuss available options
  • Cross sell products
  • Team up with co-workers to ensure proper customer service
  • Build productive trust relationships with customers


  • Must reside in Southern California
  • Working experience as a Sales Associate
  • Basic understanding of sales principles and customer service practices
  • Working knowledge of customer and marketing dynamics
  • Interest in Design, Home Décor, and/or Plants
  • Exemplary written and verbal communication skills
  • Customer Service focus
  •  Must be able to lift at least 30 pounds

Landscape Renderer | Full Time | Culver City

We are seeking a Landscape Rendering Artist to join our team and conceptualize + design innovative landscape designs using Adobe Photoshop. The artist will work directly with our Landscape Team to concept out and translate ideas with realistic renderings to present to clients.

In addition, the Landscape Renderer will also create mood boards, plant palettes, and color palettes using Adobe Creative Suite. The artists’ creativity will play a key role in creating & conceiving out-of-the-box ideas!

In addition to your application, please include a link to your portfolio/website or include an attached portfolio in PDF format.

Main Tasks & Responsibilities:

  • Attend client meetings to brainstorm themes and visions for Landscape bids.
  • Work directly with Landscape team to fine-tune visions & concepts, keeping in mind what the company has already accomplished and how you may surpass that with a new design
  • Work on deadlines to deliver clean & well-translated renderings to meet bid deadlines
  • Create mood boards, plant palettes, and color palettes per job/bid.
  • Curate and maintain a plant database and library
  • Maintain & cultivate a Photo Library Database of all renderings, live files, and assets
  • Deliver all final renderings in an InDesign template to create cohesive presentation for clients.


  • Well versed in Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign
  • Able to manipulate objects in terms of color, texture, size in Photoshop
  • Able to prioritize & work under tight deadlines
  • Have extreme attention for detail
  • Have excellent verbal & written communication skills
  • Knowledge of Landscape Design is a plus, but not mandatory

Visual Merchandiser | Full Time / Part Time | Los Angeles and Culver City

We’re seeking a creative and hands-on Assistant Visual Merchandiser at Rolling Greens! Our team is looking to find a creative visionary who is continuously pushing the boundaries of Visual Merchandising and uses instinct, strategy and creativity to assist in elevating our store environments. You will be working hand in hand with our corporate Creative Team to assist in visual installations, merchandising of all new product, conceptualization of new wall treatments and seasonal display prop design. In this role, you will not only work to create innovative displays, but also ensure that the presentation drives sales and keeps our customers engaged.

In addition, please include a link to your portfolio/website or include an attached portfolio in PDF format.


  • Collaborate with our Creative Team to concept out visual merchandising concepts, strategies, and execution.
  • Create mood boards to assist in concept design
  • Concept design and implementation of seasonal prop design
  • Execute any directives in visual merchandising and inventory management
  • Assist with floor concepts, display builds, and moves within the stores
  • Recover merchandise and displays after weekends and major holidays
  • Deliver creative solutions to merchandising challenges on a daily basis
  • Manage floorset preparation, scheduling, and implementation
  • Ensure all visual displays, display materials, and visual storage is clean and maintained at all times
  • Support and enhance the shipment processing system and replenishment system to maximize profitability


  • Must reside in Southern California
  • Must have minimum of 1 year experience in Visual Merchandising or Interior Design
  • Have creative ambition and a detailed eye for space and design
  • Possess strong time management skills
  • Must have valid US drivers license and reliable form of transportation
  • Exemplary written and verbal communication skills
  • Basic Skills in Photoshop or Illustrator
  • Ability to use a ladder and power tools
  • Ability to move/lift at least 30 pounds

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We’re big believers in interning—what other way to experience and find out what you would love to do? Our internships are great opportunities for any individual who loves to be hands on, is looking for on-the-job experience, and is looking to explore creative career possibilities in the Home + Garden industry. We pride ourselves on giving one-on-one support to our interns and appreciate the intern who comes to the table ready to learn (and to teach us a few tricks, too!)

If you’re interested in an internship, please email Sami Davis at with the answers to the short questionnaire below. Please also include a link to your one of your social media outlets and link/attach your portfolio or samples of your work.

Internship Questionnaire:

Why do you want to Intern with us?

What is your favorite social media outlet and why?

What is your current favorite design trend?

What do you want to learn from us?

Internships Available:

Visual Merchandising:

Our Visual Merchandising Interns will be working hand in hand with our corporate Creative Team to assist in visual installations, merchandising of all new product, conceptualization of new wall treatments and seasonal display prop design. Interns will join us on Tuesdays at our Culver City location and Thursdays at our Los Angeles location and must be enrolled in school as well as have a reliable form of transportation.

Marketing + Photography:

Our Marketing + Photography Interns will be working hand in hand with our corporate Creative Team by curating visual concepts, assisting with photo shoots, editing photos, creating marketing materials, analyzing trends + much more! Interns will join us 1-2 times a week at either our Culver City or Los Angeles location and must be enrolled in school as well as have a reliable form of transportation.

Creative Concept + Prop Design:

Our Creative Concept + Prop Design Interns will work hand in hand with our Commercial Display sister company, Associated Group. You will be working hand in hand with our corporate Creative Team at AG and RG by curating visual concepts for our Commercial Display department, creating mood boards, color palettes, designing displays, and creating renderings in Photoshop. Interns will join us 1-2 times a week at our Associated Group Offices in Commerce, CA.

Purchasing + Sourcing:

Our Purchasing + Sourcing Interns will work hand in hand with our Buying and Creative team by managing vendor relationships, implementing methods for determining product needs, and assisting in purchasing and sourcing in new product, among other tasks. Interns will join us 1-2 times a week at our Culver City and Los Angeles location

Our Learn + Grow Workshops have returned!

They're back! Our Learn and Grow Workshops have returned to our new and improved Arrangement Bar at our Los Angeles store on Beverly Blvd.

SFgirlbybay's Victoria Smith helped us launch the new bar last Friday along with some of her friends like HGTV's Laurie March, How You Glow blogger Tara Sowlaty, and Love and Loathing LA's Caroline Juen. Other attendees included Buzzfeed writer Ira Madison III, blogger Jihan Zencirli, set designer Natalie Shriver, Kara Elise, Press Pass LA, and editor-in-cheif of Brides CA Laura Eckstein Jones.

 Check out SFgirlbybay's take on the night here!

Our Learn + Grow Workshops have returned! | Our Aesthetic blog
Our Learn + Grow Workshops have returned! | Our Aesthetic blog
Our Learn + Grow Workshops have returned! | Our Aesthetic blog

All guests made their own stunning desert terrariums which you can now do also!

Our Learn + Grow Workshops have returned! | Our Aesthetic blog

Our Learn + Grow Workshops have returned! | Our Aesthetic blog

The first classes open to the public will be on Saturday September 26th! You can come at 11am before brunch or after at 3pm. The DIY Desert Terrarium Workshop will be led by one of our talented Rolling Greens Baristas. Sign up today by calling or emailing our Los Angeles store at 323.934.4500 or to guarantee your spot! This event requires preregistration of $60 which includes a terrarium, one 4' succulent, two 2' succulents, soil, gravel, and decorative sand.

Our Learn + Grow Workshops have returned! | Our Aesthetic blog

Here's a sneak peak at our upcoming holiday themed workshops:

Our Learn + Grow Workshops have returned! | Our Aesthetic blog
Our Learn + Grow Workshops have returned! | Our Aesthetic blogOur Learn + Grow Workshops have returned! | Our Aesthetic blog
Designing a Harvest Table

The harvest season has always been a source of great inspiration for us. With fall products going out in stores over the next couple of weeks we are eagerly awaiting the season and hopefully a climate change! To kick off the season we are sharing a few fall tabletop ideas with you.IMG_6636IMG_6635 IMG_6632-1IMG_6633Our newly remodeled pantry area and stunning new products such as our aged turkish cutting boards, glassware and graphic serving bowls adorned the event perfectly! With gourmet appetizers from our friends at The Cheese Store of Beverly Hills, cocktails and a homemade cake we had all the right ingredients for a dinner party!  We decorated the center of the table with a faux succulent garland that we made entirely out of pieces found in our stores. Creating your own is simple just ask any of our sales reps to help you put one together. We topped off the centerpiece with our pillar mission candles and tea lights in some of our favorite small containers.IMG_6638


Designing your own harvest table is fun and it’s easier than you’d think! So join us and be inspired!IMG_6634


Blood Orange + Beet Salad

AFullSizeRenders the temperatures rise over the weekend here in Los Angeles we'll be craving some refreshing and filling. We couldn't resist to share this recipe when we were looking thru our cookbooks, does that look delicious or what? This recipe was actually created during the holiday season by Chef Corey at Flour1, but we want to make it RIGHT NOW. Fresh feta, toasted walnuts and an orange vinaigrette, yum!



So here's what you'll need:


2 lb/910 g beets, a mix of red and gold

1 tsp kosher salt

1 cup/115 g walnut pieces

2 blood oranges (or regular oranges if you cannot find blood oranges)

8 cups/200 g loosely packed baby arugula

8 oz/255 g soft fresh goat cheese

Blood Orange Vinaigrette

1 blood orange (or regular orange)

1 small shallot, finely diced

2 tsp Dijon mustard

2 tsp honey

1 tsp kosher salt

⅛ tsp freshly ground black pepper

3 tbsp sherry vinegar

¼ cup/60 ml extra-virgin olive oil

Special Equipment: rimmed baking sheet, Microplane or other fine-rasp grater


1. Cut the tops of the beets, leaving a little of the stem intact and scrub them well. In a large saucepan sprinkle salt and add water to cover the beets by about 2 inches. Cover and bring to a boil on high heat. Reduce heat to a medium-low and simmer for about 1 hour, or until the beets are tender and can be pierced with a knife. Drain and set aside until the beets are cool enough to be handled. Use a kitchen towel that you don't mind staining to hold the beets. Remove the skins by rubbing the towel firmly against the beets. When the beets are completely cool, cut them into bite-size wedges.

2. Meanwhile, preheat the oven to 350 degrees fahrenheit and place a rack in the center of the oven. Spread the walnuts in a single layer on the baking sheet and toast in the oven, shaking the pan once or twice for even toasting, for 8 to 10 minutes, or until the nut are golden brown, Remove from the oven and let cool.

3. Cut the top and bottom of each orange. Stand one of the oranges on a flat end. Using a sharp paring knife, carve away the rind from the orange, starting from the top and cutting downward and curving inward, until all the rind is gone and you are left with just the fruit. Repeat with the remaining orange. Cut the oranges crossfire into thin slices and set aside for the salad.

4. TO MAKE THE VINAIGRETTE: Working directly over a small bowl, grate the zest from the orange with the Microplane. Cut the orange in half and squeeze the juice into the grated zest. Add the shallot, Dijon mustard, honey, salaam and pepper. Whisk in the vinegar and then slowly whisk in the olive oil until well blended. Taste and adjusting seasoning as preferred.

*The vinaigrette can be made up to 1 week in advance and stored in an airtight container in the fridge. Bring back to room tempter and rewhisk to combine the ingredients before using.

5. Arrange the arugula in a large, shallow bowl. In a medium bowl, toss the beets with 2 to 3 tbsp of the vinaigrette, coating them evenly. Top the arugula with the beets, orange slices, walnuts, and dollops of the goat cheese. Serve the remaining dressing on the side.

For more delicious recipes from the chefs at Flour Bakery + Cafe pick up the cookbook Flour, Too  at Rolling Greens Los Angeles.   IMG_9137