Terrarium Love

Terrariums—what’s not to love? they’re all shapes and sizes, easy to care for, and totally bring en plein air vibe to your house. Terrariums are personal, intimate and absolutely gorgeous.

This past Father’s Day weekend, we made a super dash to get stunning containers —and we’re sharing the scoop of our latest fancy with you here.

 

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Peek through the glass to see a little magic—vibrant color in a tiny world guaranteed to brighten your day.

One of the things we love to talk about  is the act of bringing the outdoors in, a so-simple touch that adds warmth to to a space.  Terrariums, which require minimal care, do this naturally & awesome-ly – wait, what’s that? You don’t have to have a green thumb? Easy care? Perfect!

Terrarium

Container Recipe: Miniature moth orchid, silver ribbon fern, ripple peperomia, table fern, and moss.                                                                                     Love this one from Southern Living/Robbie Caponetto

Beyond the visual warmth these mini earth capsules radiate, they make good gifts. Running the gamut from artistic to straightforward; from high maintenance to none, they’re ideal for everyone on your list.

Terrarium’s are simple to make, too.  Find a container, add some drainage rocks, hmm, maybe a little sand, add plants and you’re done.  Here’s directions for How to Make a Terrarium, yourself.

We hope we’ve shared our passion with you,  explained all the glass orbs about our studio, intrigued you,  given you a way to test your gardening skills with the least effort, and inspired you.

Made from recycled glass, each Roost Recycled Glass Bubble Terrarium is free-blown without a mold, creating giant glass bubbles that are then flattened and curved into shape. Prices start at $99 for a small (9 inches high) and go up to $165 for the extra

this one from Roost

There’s tons of different ways to present your creation and so many different types. Which one is right for you?

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