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Terrarium Trend Alert: Glass, with Brassy Highlights

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Terrarium Trend Alert: Glass, with Brassy Highlights

Michelle Slatalla September 25, 2015

The most stylish thing you can do this fall is to let your roots show. Especially if you’re a houseplant. Japanese design team Daisuke Tsumanuma and Kenichi Yamada of 1012 Terra have created a cross between a terrarium and a vase:

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Above: A Lid Vision Glass Terrarium with a brass lid is available at prices starting at $97 from Nalata Nalata.

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Above: A simple design, the glass vessel has a removable metal lid (available in brass or copper) and can do double duty as a vase for flowers.

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Above: Fill it halfway with water and add a plant.

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Above: The glass terrariums come in three sizes, including Large (3.2 inches tall), Medium (2.8 inches tall), and Small (2.8 inches tall, with a smaller diameter than Medium).

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Above: The metal lids are hammered, to reflect light.

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Above: The metal lid terrarium comes from the same Japanese design team who put Roots on Display in square glass Hydro vases.

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