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If you’re looking for a way to spruce up your room and refresh your living space, terrariums are a great way to bring life into the indoors.
Terrariums are great because they help take care of your plants for you, so you won’t have to live your life on the terms of your cacti.
Closed terrariums create an encouraging environment for your plants to grow, allowing heat and light to enter but essentially recycling water in a closed system (the little orb) so that the environment is basically self-nourishing. Open terrariums will help plants grow, too, but work best with succulents and typically come at lower costs and lend themselves more readily to being good-looking decorations.
If you’re just getting started, there are inexpensive kits that can send you everything you’ll need, but the following are some great options, too.
Especially perfect for the outdoors thanks to copper framing, this geometric hanging planter can be used to house candles, tea lights, or plants. It’s an ideal size for moss, succulents, air plants, and ferns.
If you’re looking for something off the beaten path or just want to accentuate a creative space, or even add some flare to a white wall, these light bulb-shaped glass vases are perfect anywhere you hang them — from the balcony to the bedroom.
They have a diameter of 3.5″ and a height of 5.5,” so they won’t come off as bulky in a minimalist space, either.
If you’re just beginning or you want something simple, inexpensive, and in perhaps the most popular shape out there, this 3-pack from Amazon is one of the best deals to get you started.
It won’t come with anything except for the glass orbs, but that’s fine for those looking to create from scratch or do something a little different with their plants.
This terrarium set comes with three wall-hanging orbs of differing sizes: 5,” 6,” and 7″ with flat backs for mounting. Fit some moss, succulents, cacti, air plants, or rocks and branches in and create a living wall mount that suits you and the space you want it in.
If less is more for you, or you’re simply working with a smaller space, this single mason jar vase can be used for regular flowers or air plants.
And just so you get exactly what you want, the second picture on Etsy shows twenty different wood colors to choose from without any additional cost, so you’re always getting the perfect pick for your living space.
With over 200 reviews and five stars, there’s reason to believe these indoor garden planters will live up to your expectations. You can use them as an herb garden in the kitchen or add some greenery elsewhere in the house.
This 2-pack by Umbra is made out of white ceramic and brass metal wire, perfectly designed for mounting and with the hardware to do so included.
You can use them to store anything, from office supplies to coffee pods, but they look particularly nice with succulents.
These wall planters are handmade with high boron silicon glass to be clear and light. If you ever get sick of terrariums, you can even use them as fishbowls.
At almost 3,000 reviews, they have a solid 4.5 stars with good reason. You’ll get five of one size in your order, but there’s an option to incorporate differing sizes as well.
These Kokedama balls are made from moss, succulent, decorative wire, metal hoops, and live plant. They’re made to order, and extremely easy to care for. While you can make them yourself, it’s probably easier to buy from someone who makes bundles of them to order.
This wall mount is handmade with glass globes, wrought iron hooks, and various new or recycled wood types according to your preference. You can choose between weathered, provincial, or golden tones among others to see what fits your living space best.
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