Terrariums are bang on trend this season – check out our edit of the best out there
Calling all urbanites! Are you struggling to incorporate plant life into your humble abodes? Or perhaps you just want more creative ways to inject some greenery into a room? A terrarium is a great way to creating a pocket of outdoor life indoors. And guess what? They’re everywhere right now in the shops, so it’s not just us who are feeling the vibe. We’ve rounded up some of the most beautiful and shapely terrariums around so you can take your pick.
Giving a starring role to this Urban Grow Star Terrarium Planter (£30, Urban Outfitters) – either as a paper weight or a centrepiece for your coffee table.
A pretty alternative to your average herb pot, we love the glass benvy herb container from Rowan & Wren (£28). Perfect for potting some of your finest culinary additions.
Orchids can be demanding little creatures but the Terrarium Design School Experience (£68, Not on the High Street) provides a perfect little palace allowing light, warmth and air to breathe.
This gorgeous prism shape will make a real statement on a coffee table or as part of a window display. Complete with gravels and compost the Succulent Terrarium in a Geometric 3D shape Stained Glass Container (£30, Dingading Terrariums) is ready to go.
Lined with shingle and with a natural rope hanger, the Urban Botanist Ready Made Terrarium Pacific Tear Drop (£59.95, Beut.) brings a little coastal chic to your bathroom.
Inject some metallics into a room with your plant life display. The brass base Terrarium (£29, West Elm) has a vintage inspired look, open for you to let your green fingers get creative.
Inspired by faceted crystal and bohemian boudoirs, The Amethyst Tall Jewelled Garden (£285, Botanique) is part of the Jewelled Garden Collection, which incorporates healing crystals into your terrarium of choice for a personalised and pretty touch.
Simple and easy to use, the House Additions Terrarium Bowl (£33.48, Wayfair) is subtle and stylish and will fit well with a 60’s modular furniture scheme.
The Chive Pill Terrarium: Kermit (£68, White Mint) is a fully contained terrarium container with a ceramic green coloured base to accentuate the greenery inside. Its rather large size means you can plant taller plants for maximum impact.
Another nice simple spherical shape, the Chive Table Top Sphere (£16, Goodhood) is a simple and affordable terrarium which is endearingly reminiscent of the traditional fish bowl and super easy to decorate.
Check out more ideas for Indoor Plant Life.