6 Unique Terrariums That Bring Your Home to Life

Two terrariums on a wood table filled with pebbles, soil, and succulents.

Whether you need a new centerpiece for your dining room table or greenery for your outdoor patio, these unique terrariums are the perfect choice. Take your living room to the next level by transforming a terrarium side table into your own mini garden, or hang a hand-blown glass terrarium from woven macramé in any room of your home.

Triple copper wire stand with three terrariums filled with succulents. photo

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Triple Terrarium

For a memorable first impression, set up this triple copper terrarium in your entryway. The included glass bowls allow you to fill it with plants, candles, or even a fish!

To Buy: $70 (usually $99); westelm.com

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Black metal frame with glass terrarium vase inside. photo

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Contemporary Terrarium

This contemporary terrarium comes in three different sizes so you can experiment with various botanical arrangements. The tall glass vase is great for holding pillar candles and can be used for ambient outdoor lighting, too.

To Buy: $109; crateandbarrel.com

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Terrarium side table in a living room with rocks and plants inside. photo

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Side Table Terrarium

Think outside—or rather, inside—the box if you're looking to spruce up your living room with a little greenery. This terrarium side table is the perfect fit next to pretty much any sofa. Fill it with plants and stones for an eye-catching display, or let your creativity flourish by placing books, photos, and other knickknacks inside.

To Buy: $123 (usually $180); houzz.com

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Hanging macramé terrarium bowl. photo

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Hanging Macramé Terrarium

Complete your boho-inspired space by hanging up this macramé terrarium. Note that the glass vessel doesn't come with drainage holes, so filling it with something that won't require a lot of water, like a small succulent garden, is ideal.

To Buy: $98; shopterrain.com

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Rose gold geometric terrarium sitting on a table with pink flowers, plants, and sand inside. photo

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Geometric Terrarium

Order this rose gold terrarium in bulk for a dazzling centerpiece at your wedding reception, and make sure to keep at least one for your own kitchen table. Large blooms look stunning in both the hexagon and triangle shapes. Or, keep it simple with filler rock and a couple air plants.

To Buy: $18; etsy.com

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Rustic wood stand with two glass bulbs and plants inside. photo

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Rustic Terrarium

Bring some rustic charm to your outdoor patio with this cute swivel terrarium. It's the perfect size for mini fresh-cut flowers or water plants. You can even use it as an oil diffuser during cooler months.

To Buy: $18; amazon.com

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