A Day at Terrain at Styer's Store and Nursery

A Day at Terrain at Styer's Store and Nursery

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Landis Carey
Aug 31, 2011
We've chatted about our love for Terrain on Re-Nest before, but it wasn't until earlier this month when Terrain hosted the most fabulous day of fun for a group of bloggers that I really understood what the brand and the store was all about. It's a wonderful place of discovery where every corner you turn is a different experience from the last. It's a place where slow living and heirloom-quality inspire. Camp Terrain—what we all ended up calling our day of indulgence—was pure bliss. With products for your garden, for your home and for you, Terrain is more than a quick shopping trip, it's a total experience. The average customer visits Terrain for two hours as they not only peruse the beautifully-designed store and gardens, but also have a bite of lunch or attend a terrarium-building workshop. Our day of indulgence began with a delicious lunch and presentation where we learned the story behind Terrain. It continued with desert by the fabulous Baked in Brooklyn, a tour of the Terrain grounds, a terrarium-building class, shopping and spa services. And our day, which turned into evening, concluded with a seven course locally-grown meal in their greenhouse cafe. Are you thinking you, too, want to visit Terrain? Check out their online store. I promise, you'll love it! I fell in love with several of their products during our day at Terrain, and I wanted to share them with you! Farmaesthetics Fine Herbal Cleanser, $36 Farmaesthetics Complexion Tonic, $28 Farmaesthetics Sweet Milk & Orange Exfoliate, $26 Saipua Saltwater Soap, $10 Oxidized Filigree Sphere, $498 Daniel Bellow Porcelain Pot, $88 (Images: Landis Carey, Terrain)
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