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The most beautiful mini-gardens and terrariums spotted on Pinterest

The most beautiful mini-gardens and terrariums spotted on Pinterest

After having been forgotten, mini-gardens and terrariums are making a strong comeback in our interiors in 2015. Industrial or ecological version, design or dreamlike, they allow to bring a touch of greenery in the house by mixing the useful with the pleasant and the aesthetic with the practical side. A great alternative to showcase your plants.

A geometric terrarium


Urban Outfitters Made using contemporary materials, this futuristic diamond-shaped flowerpot available in several colors really has it all. Source: Urban Outfitters

Playhouses


Say Yes to Hoboken Friend of flora and lover of facetious design, these pretty pots are made for you! Particularly surprising, this mini-garden is distinguished by its look of absolute softness, a nod to Nordic dwellings. Source: Princess of the Hack

On feet


Matteo Cibic Favorite for these surrealist terrariums imagined by the Milanese designer Matteo Cibic. Mounted on feet, these funny pots are equipped with glass helmets with openings to let the plants breathe and be able to easily water them. Source: 2All2Nothing

A nice bowl


The blondielocks Adorable patterns, ceramic, softness and a bit of greenery ... it didn't take much for this mini-garden to make us fall in love. Source: Frenchy Fancy

Terrarium bulbs


Cladandcloth Do you have a green thumb? This winter, make an indoor mini-garden using old incandescent bulbs. These will serve as containers for the creation of your mini terrarium. And, for more originality, do not hesitate to hang them in your interior. Source: Craftgawker

Vintage style


The Golden Sycamore Adorable, these mason jar jars dressed in pastel colors will bring a vintage and colorful touch to your interior. A great idea to showcase your succulents at home. Source: One pretty life

Hanging plants


Knna - Shame on yoou Ideal for furnishing window surrounds, walls or atypical corners, hanging terrariums allow you to bring a touch of greenery and a decorative touch to your home. So it would be a shame to deprive yourself! Source: Hello Hello - Shame on yoou

Bi materials


AM.PM It's hard not to fall for this terrarium, harmoniously mixing the mango tree on its base and the glass on its bell. An unusual and charming decorative object that has not gone unnoticed by the editorial staff. Source: The redoubt

A glass jar diverted from its primary function


Green Factory Transformed into an ultra-decorative mini greenhouse, these glass pots invite us to rethink our relationship with nature inside the house. Composed of aerial plants, they make it possible to observe the evolution of the plant over time. Source: The art of curiosity

A fish bowl becomes a terrarium


Grow Little The advantage of mini-greenhouses? They can be made with any type of container. A great way to give a second life to your old fish bowl for example. Source: Grow Little

Magnetic metal boxes


Special spot Magnetic metal boxes, gravel and succulents ... these are mainly the elements you will need if you want to make this wall terrarium. A real childish I! Source: Special spot

Tea time


The most beautiful age A poetic and inspired creation, this mini-garden made using cups is distinguished by its soft and simple design. Source: The most beautiful age

Under bell


Maranghuset - Nordin Garden To protect and encourage the growth of your crops in a simple and effective way, consider investing in a bell. Otherwise, you can always make one using a plastic bottle. Source: Maranghuset - Nordin Garden

Revisited


Plantas Facilisimo You can also do something original by diverting a glass teapot into a true miniature ecosystem. This will bring an original, fresh and natural touch to your decor. Source: Plantas Facilisimo

Wall


GemsOfTheSoil You lack space but still want to succumb to this new decorative fad that is the terrarium? Never mind, opt for a wall model. Space saving guaranteed! Source: Etsy

Christmas ornaments


The kiss of life - Wantis Better than Christmas balls, garlands or hanging lamps to hang in the tree, here are Christmas balls transformed into a trendy terrarium. Bonus, once the holidays are over, these little gardens will continue to live and make you dream. Source: The kiss of life - Wantis

An original concept


Kristýna Pojerová Lighting up and gardening at the same time is possible today thanks to the innovative Greenhouse lamp straight out of the fertile spirit of designer Kristýna Pojerová. Source: Zeutch

Mini Greenhouse


Ikea - Cream of the crop Industrial version or more classic design, the traditional greenhouse will be an ideal container for cacti in pots or to establish your terrarium in the ground. Source: Gardenista - Cream of the crop

Cubic


West ELM Ideal for keeping small plants in your home, these golden terrariums feature a geometric design with the most beautiful effect. And we love it! Source: West ELM