Terrariums are back! Not only are the perfect size indoor garden for small spaces, but now there is a variety of lovely hand-blown glass objects and vintage vessels to choose from. Let your indoor garden grow after the jump!I'm admittedly not much of a gardener. I think cultivating my own tiny terrarium could be the small green statement I'm looking for. Here are some terrariums that caught my eye:
Photo One: A simple route to the terrarium look. Michael Penney of Canadian House of Home took leafy ferns and bulbs and transplanted them into oversized jars for a quick and easy terrarium centerpiece.
Photo Two: The Slug and the Squirrel creates "one-of-a-kind living landscapes" on Etsy. I love their imaginative designs and storytelling nicknames. The one below is named, "Hold me like you'll never let go." Custom terrariums - $55-$450
Photo Three: Roost has created some charming hanging terrariums that would add a little green whimsy to any space. The vessels are made from recycled glass and are available at aHa! Modern Living - $68
Photo Four: Matteo Cibic's Domsai Mini Terrariums for small cactus plants are the perfect quirky desktop accessory.
Photo Five: The Bubble Wall Terrarium is available from Dig -$16.99 each. They also stock Terrarium Tools for the indoor gardener which includes a tiny rake and 2 tiny shovels - $32.99
Images: 1. Canadian House and Home via Poppytalk; 2. The Slug and the Squirrel via SF Girl by
Bay; 3. aHa! Modern Living; 4. Matteo Cibic Studio via Femtalks; 5. Dig