10 Unexpected Terrarium DIYs
Now that it's spring, we're obsessing over outdoor planters, but don't forget, your indoor plant situation needs attention too! Bring some fresh vibes to your place with unusual terrariums. They're fun, they're colorful, and they're going to look AMAZING in your space.
Colorful Confetti Succulent Terrarium: No sand, potting soil, rocks, or even water needed! Colorful confetti is the base for these festive displays. (via The Confetti Bar)
DIY Basket Terrarium: A fruit basket lets you fit double the succulents in the same space. We call that a win-win. (via Brit +Co)
DIY Succulent Sand Art Terrariums: Layering colorful sands is a cheerful way to get some pattern and life into a tiny space. And think of the color possibilities ... (via Design Improvised)
Terrarium Desk Organizer: Bring some life to your office setup with this pencil cup option. Make sure you use low-light-tolerant (or faux) plants. (via A Beautiful Mess)
DIY Patron Bottle Terrarium: Some of your bar cart essentials come in fantastic glass bottles. Repurpose those babies into terrarium stunners. (via SF Girl)
DIY Easter Egg Terrariums: Perfect for Easter, perfect for any time you want some cute 'n' colorful accents around. (So, always.) (via The House That Lars Built)
Dino Terrarium: No one will expect to see gilded dinosaurs dueling under the foliage on your coffee table display, which is exactly why you should make this. (via Yellow Brick Home)
Modern DIY Terrariums: Add a fresh, graphic accent to your terrarium with these wooden pedastals. (Teensy flamingos not mandatory but highly recommended.) (via Delineate Your Dwelling)
DIY Lego Terrariums: Who says grown ups can't play with Lego? Add your fave mini figs to your favorite plants and you've got a winning combination. (via Brit + Co)
DIY Terrarium Mobile: This hanging arrangement will look fantastic inside, but even better on the patio. (via Gimme Some Oven)
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Ariel loves color, bold design, and eclectic decor. She goes by many names including "color decor wizard” and is also the voice behind PMQ for two (www.pmqfortwo.com) where she creates interiors and decor that are renter-friendly and creative.