These little beauties are a perfect addition to any home. They come in many different shapes and sizes, can be hung or placed on surfaces, and require little to no maintenance. If you’re looking for a small terrarium, there’s a couple of places I recommend browsing.
1. Pottery Barn
Pottery Barn offers a decent selection of small to medium sized terrariums. They have many styles too such as terrarium birdcages, wood and glass based ones as well. My current favorite of theirs is their rustic white wooden terrarium (buy here). It is a bit pricey, ranging from 229 for their small size to 299 for their large size.
This online home decor giant offers a huge selection of terrariums sold by several suppliers. They too have a great selection in terrarium styles. One of my favorite styles that wayfair sells is their round, cone-shaped glass terrarium with stone bottom. Currently offered in two sizes (their medium one is on sale for $58). Get yours here!
Every now and then, I will pop onto the West Elm website to see what terrarium styles they are currently selling. The company tends to sell terrariums that are on the smaller side but that are fun, quirky, and super unique. So if you have a smaller space that you need to fill up, definitely check out West Elm. I absolutely love their glass and wood terrarium bowls (check them out here)! The wooden displays are super unique and eye-catching for any home!
Amazon has a huge selection of glass products suitable for building your own terrarium. Their images showcasing the terrariums they have aren’t the greatest. But if you are a “do-it-yourself” kind of person and you want to build your own terrarium then definitely check out Amazon’s selection. Their H Potter brands are really neat and a good size to build your own low-maintenance garden (the one advertised below can be found here).
This overseas online store is a true treasure chest for just about anything you’re looking to buy. They do have a large variety of terrariums but a lot of them are mini, almost trinket-like decor. However, if you are patient and willing to search through a few pages, you will find that there are pretty terrariums at an amazingly affordable price! For example, take a look at these. Only $12 for a decent sized terrarium.
Christine from Bynmix