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The Decorated Garden
Custom Botanical Designs
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Terrarium with fittonia and ferns. Barbara Hoey
Terrariums first gained popularity during the Victorian era after Nathanial Ward inadvertently grew grass in a glass enclosure. They enjoyed a revival in the 1970s, albeit commonly using clunky glass vessels and paired with macramé. But terrariums today boast cleaner lines and a touch of whimsy. They
“might be easy to put together” — Jacquie Richardson
West Elm
3 Reviews
Shane Powers garden vessels for West Elm
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Not a terrarium, but really interesting display of potted plant
Embrace the trend toward terrariums. These clear glass vessels, designed by Shane Powers for West Elm, are an excellent and interesting way to display diminutive ferns.
Terrarium...ish. You can trade out plants but keep the glass bowl in
overwatering or pouring water directly on terrarium plants. Water ferns in a fishbowl vessel every 7 to 10 days, using a turkey baster or dropper to avoid spills. Check the moisture level of the soil by sticking your finger in the sand.For succulents in a glass terrarium, Powers suggests waiting a month between
Embrace the trend toward terrariums. These clear glass vessels, designed by Shane Powers for West Elm, are an excellent and interesting way to display diminutive ferns.
“Couch colour” — lieslbotha
Heather Garrett Design
2 Reviews
Beyond Mid-Century by Heather Garrett Design
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I looked for these terrariums in the Arteriors catalog but cannot find them.
Garrett replaced the hardwood floors with marble tiles, bringing together the room's white and cream colors. Hanging terrariums, bamboo
with marble tiles, bringing together the room's white and cream colors. Hanging terrariums, bamboo shades and grass cloth wallpaper extend the organic character of the outside view. Étagère, vase: Oly Studio; terrariums: Roost; vanity: West Elm; pendant: Arteriors Home; grass cloth wall treatment: Phillip
“Dark shades” — jennyfoo77
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The "Atrium" at the Portland Symphony Showhouse, 2011
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Where did these terrariums come from?
If you have a more closed-in sunporch, try a terrarium. Terrariums are back in style. See how to make one
off MB with glass terrariums
terrariums. almost thot
terrariums for the sunporch
Stone and terrarium...Like terrariums!
“Ice bucket terrarium” — aloraarnold
Kim Gamel
4 Reviews
Various Terrariums
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plants in a terrarium is to overwater, so err on the side of dryness. If the glass fogs or forms water droplets, the terrarium has built up excess moisture. This can be resolved by removing the lid for a few hours.
plants in a terrarium is to overwater, so err on the side of dryness. If the glass fogs or forms water droplets, the terrarium has built up excess moisture. This can be resolved by removing the lid for a few hours.
easiest ways to kill plants in a terrarium is to overwater, so err on the side of dryness. If the glass fogs or forms water droplets, the terrarium has built up excess moisture. This can be resolved by removing the lid for a few hours.
I've been dabbling with miniature gardens and want to try a terrarium. I remember
“terrarium” — nrhenry
Stephanie Wiley Photography
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Colorful Cottage
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Apothecary jar terrariums - Colored Cottage
green plants, cut flowers, terrariums, stones and shells, feathers, branches, driftwood — you name it. You may even discover that these organic finds do more for your rooms than store-bought decor.
un petit terrarium dans la chambre en bas
the terrarium is such a nice way to bring the outdoors in
Decorating with natural objects. Every room can benefit from the addition of something from nature. Try adding fresh green plants, cut flowers, terrariums, stones and shells, feathers, branches, driftwood — you name it. You may even discover that these organic finds do more for your rooms than store-bought
“Decorating with natural objects. Every room can benefit from the addition of something from nature.” — bekaduncan
Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
41 Reviews
Danish Revival Luxe
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Air plants and stone and shell collections are in the glass box and bubble terrariums.
I love this terrarium! I can and will make this!!!!!
Terrarium glass table
terrarium on coffee table
Terrarium glassbox
“Plant in case” — anjuhome
Tiffany Brooks, HGTV Host/ You and Your Decor
4 Reviews
Before and After in Lake County IL
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Glass terrariums, different sizes
terrariums, different sizes and shapes.
Terrariums to display by statue
assortment of terrarium vases
multiple terrariums...glass terrariums
“Plants” — teledorman
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