Hand-blown glass terrariums from Bevara Design

Plants are one of the most basic ornaments that one can have in their home. They add some freshness to the décor and they are nice to look at. Of course, not everybody has the same ideas when it comes to decorative plants. Some people like big imposing plants while others prefer smaller versions that can be easily moved around.

If you’re a fan of small plants, here’s an idea of a terrarium that you’re going to love. Designed by Bevara Design, these hand-blown glass terrariums are great for any type of home as they are very versatile and can be easily integrated just about anywhere. Because they are made of glass, they have the advantage of being transparent. This means that all the details can be seen from outside, there are no secrets and you can watch every move. It’s interesting and intriguing to watch how your plants grows up, develops and changes its form and dimensions.

When you think about it, these terrariums would be great for science projects. I remember when I was little and I had to grow a plant and then take it to school. I could have used a terrarium like this one to impress my teacher. The terrariums were made in Poland and each one of them is unique. First you need to lay down a layer of gravel, then a layer of charcoal to absorb the excess water and the the planting soil. Have fun.

Published by in Design And Concept, on July 27th, 2011


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