#5: HÄRLIGA Glass Dome with Base

#5: HÄRLIGA Glass Dome with Base

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Dabney Frake
Jan 11, 2017
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IKEA says: Whether it's to show off an antique statue or protect a precious clock or anything in between, HÄRLIGA glass dome does the job. With a wood base and beautifully shaped dome, it catches the eye and creates a decorative display that adds a personal touch to the home.

What We Predict: Glass domes, like trays, are a great way to corral small items in a decorative way, and create a display that's greater than the sum of its parts. You used to have to wait to find these vintage cloches at thrift stores and estate sales, but now you can easily buy a couple of different sizes right from IKEA. The possibilities are endless.

(Image credit: Monsters Circus)

Cloches are an excellent base material for DIY minimalist lamps, like this one from Monsters Circus. Mette swapped out the wooden base for a stool, but you could use the base that comes with the glass dome for a tabletop version.

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Terrariums were a big trend in 2016 and will easily continue into 2017, with this easy way to pull some greenery into your indoor space, especially in blah winter months. Learn how to make several different varieties from eHow.

(Image credit: Martha Stewart)

You can expect the HARLIG to show up every holiday with seasonally appropriate decorations, for an easy, no fuss way to be festive without the work. Or year round, it's a great way to show up beloved objects, like this heirloom tree from Martha Stewart.

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