If we could pick one new addition for our homes right now we'd choose a terrarium or a stylish indoor plant container. It seems to be a trend that's growing and growing (yes, pun intended)…

 

These decorative and ornamental containers are used for growing plants and you can creatively hang or display them close to a window. They're ideal for bringing some outdoor greenery indoors so, during the winter months when we're spending less time outside, these tiny gardens will create a stylish botanical touch to any room. They're also low maintenance so, even if you're not the green-fingered gardener type, you can enjoy them without having to worry about day-to-day care.

 

Here are a few examples that we love to get you started...

 

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There are many varieties in interesting shapes and sizes and the fun part is choosing how you want to display them, whether you'd like to hang one by a window, group a collection on a windowsill or break up a bookshelf with a few appropriately place. We hope you enjoy creating your own little mini garden.

 

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From top to bottom and left to right: Gallotti & Radice. Brass cage terrariums, £58; Cube terrarium, £44, all West Elm. Plant stands in small and large sizes shown with hexagon pots, from £32; Lines Blue wallpaper, from £71 per roll, all Ferm Living. Hanging ceramic plant pots, from £13.95 each, Mia Fleur. Nude Eden terrarium, £100, Amara. Geo Fleur teardrop terrarium, Unique & Unity. Lantern terrarium, £30; Mini House terrarium, £25, Oliver Bonas. Eden terrarium, £215, The Balcony Gardener

 

 

Article by: EKBB