bevara terrariums

I’m on a bit of a forced terrarium hiatus right now (I went a little overboard with glassed-in plants last year), but these hand-blown terrariums from Bevara were too beautiful not to share. Designed by Liz Boscacci and made in Poland, each of these terrariums is a seamless egg shape that makes them suitable for indoor or outdoor use. I just love the clean shapes — they’d be perfect for something small and simple. If you’re looking to add a handmade terrarium to your collection, you can email your order right here ($200 each) at Bevara’s website. xo, grace

  1. Cute! I love these lil’ things. I saw a series of 8 orbs suspended in a storefront window display. It looked spectacular ;)

  2. I love these – also if you have pets – looks like it is good for keeping the pets at bay! As I think of my half eaten aloe plant…

    Adding these to my wish list.

  3. MB@YarnUiPhoneAppv1.5 says:

    Would these work with herbs too? I would think so. I’m all about growing practical plants much more useful than my languishing orchid. Last year I had sage, basil, chives…I think the sage lasted the longest before the frost killed it.

  4. Trina says:

    I am so in love with these and have been wanting to make one. So gorgeous!

  5. I wish more house tours had herbs . Especially one like this that combined two bottles !

  6. sallie kate says:

    These are like fish bowls for plant lovers :)

  7. sally says:

    if you’re in the bay area you can get these at heath in sausalito.


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