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Tom Dixon's New Glass Terrariums
Our love for Tom Dixon has finally aligned with our appreciation for terrariums. At this year's Maison et Objet, Dixon unveiled the PLANT collection—as well as a visual "how-to" guide for their at-home customization. The distinct double-headed design...
Freehand, Los Angeles
As a combination hotel/hostel concept, the Freehand Los Angeles is democratic by design: anyone with $49 in their pocket can stay at the Sydell Group's freshly opened DTLA digs. But, in the capable hands of Roman and Williams, democracy is also in...
Miami Art Week 2016: Chaotic Landscapes
Landscape imagery has long factored into the world of art and captivated viewers either by way of accuracy or interpretation. While searching the halls of the numerous art fairs that compose Miami Art Week, an abundance of impactful, chaotic landscapes...
Futagami's Elegant Brass Hardware Comes to NYC
We've had our eye on NYC lifestyle boutique Nalata Nalata (located off the 2nd Avenue F stop) for some time. A glimpse at their stocked wares reveals the storytelling mission of co-founders Stevenson Aung and Angélique Chmielewski (Nalata Nalata is...
Plant-in-City's Architectural Terrariums
With the ease of upkeep for air plants and terrariums—not to mention their flourishing, eco-wonderland-like contributions to offices and living spaces—there is an array of curious new options on the market. One, rather distinct from the rest, is...
New Ways to House Air Plants
Thriving without soil and growing into alien shapes, the rootless and pretty low-maintenance tillandsia—more commonly referred to as "air plants"—requires a throne worthy of their exotic uniqueness. Tired of standard vase or terrarium options, we searched...
Holiday Gift Guide 2015: The Green Thumb
Whether buying for an expert gardener who has acres of backyard or an apartment-dwelling succulent-killer, there's something for every kind of plant enthusiast this season. From beautiful watering cans that double as vases, to traditional Japanese...
Northern Design Festival, Newcastle
Visiting the latest edition of the Northern Design Festival in Newcastle, in the northeast of England, makes it clear how much exciting design is being produced across the country right now—and much of it in the northern regions. Artist and designer...
Maison & Objet 2015: CH Picks, Part Two
Narrowing down the highlights and standouts at Maison & Objet is overwhelming—the fair is diverse, expansive and full of hidden treasures ready for their debut. In our second round-up of products and companies at the Parisian design trade show (see...
Six Eye-Catching Planters
Once you've gotten the knack of keeping finicky houseplants healthy and green, they'll soon outgrow their current residences, and when they do—consider upgrading to one of these eye-catching planters. From the statement metallics to minimalist designs...
Gardening is having a bit of a moment in London. New flower shops are opening that focus on simple-to-care-for, visually striking plants and plenty of creatives visit the Columbia Road Flower Market every Sunday to buy plants and cut flowers. Some...
Terra Hydro Terrarium
These copper edged glass terrariums crafted by a designer duo from Ichikawa, Japan exhibit the beauty of the entire plant. With one compartment to hold the water and another to suspend the plant, this unique vase allows you to observe both the succulent...
Giant Sequoia Bonsai Tree Kit
Just because Giant Sequoias are only native to California doesn't mean you can't grow them at home—from seeds. The Giant Sequoia Bonsai Tree Kit from Portland, Oregon-based Jason Watkins offers up everything needed to nurture an ornamental iteration...
Interview: Kyleigh Kühn of Roots of Peace
At the age of 13, in a remote Croatian minefield, Bay Area-native Kyleigh Kühn's life changed forever. Visiting the war-torn region left an indelible mark on Kühn, inspiring her to join in Roots of Peace, an international non-profit organization...
Garden Terrarium Kit
While we still love a good flower arrangement, it is hard to argue with the physical and conceptual beauty of terrariums, which bring small worlds of sustainability and horticultural right to your home. As we struggle to control the future of our own...
Mint Shop: "When Things Bloom"
If you're exploring London's Kensington area this week to check out what's on offer at Chelsea Fringe—the alternative garden show that will be sprouting up all over the posh neighborhood from 18 May to 9 June—be sure to pop by the tasteful design...
Baby's Breath Terrarium Necklace
The Babyâ€™s Breath Terrarium Necklace by Heron and LambÂ features dried babyâ€™s breath blooms inside a hollow glass sphere. Designed from a natural point of view, this piece is sealed with two gunmetal filigree caps and it hangs from a vintage brass...
Wear nature around your neck with this tiny terrarium, made from vintage watchmaker vials and carefully planted with a tiny specimen of moss.
Tiny World Terrariums
From their Victorian-era genesis to waves of popularity in the '70s and in recent years, terrariums have taken on a variety of mossy forms. Leading their most recent charge was the uniquely charming, Brooklyn-based Twig Terrariums, whose uncanny...