11 Stylish DIY Hanging Terrariums For Indoor Décor

mint terrariums

mint terrariums (via elisamclaughlin)

A terrarium is a good idea to make your space more fresh and eye-catching, especially if you can’t go gardening at the moment. We’ve prepared hanging terrarium DIYs that will really transform your space into a more stylish one, and a hanging terrarium is suitable even for the smallest places. A perfect base for such a terrarium is a tealight holder or a real terrarium; place soil and your succulents or other plants inside; if it’s an air plant, it needn’t any soil. Choose yarn or ribbon to hang your terrariums and a place to do that – and voila! So easy and so original!

2 of 11
drop-shaped terrariums (via crafthunter)

drop-shaped terrariums (via crafthunter)

3 of 11
air plant terrarium (via whatsurhomestory)

air plant terrarium (via whatsurhomestory)

4 of 11
carnivorous terrarium (via radmegan)

carnivorous terrarium (via radmegan)

5 of 11
belt hanging terrarium (via poppytalk)

belt hanging terrarium (via poppytalk)

6 of 11
round terrarium (via adventures-in-cooking)

round terrarium (via adventures-in-cooking)

7 of 11
gold dipped airplant terrarium (via michelle-s)

gold dipped airplant terrarium (via michelle-s)

8 of 11
globe terrarium (via gardentherapy)

globe terrarium (via gardentherapy)

9 of 11
drop-shaped terrarium (via succulentsandsunshine)

drop-shaped terrarium (via succulentsandsunshine)

10 of 11
ocean-inspired terrarium (via town-n-country-living)

ocean-inspired terrarium (via town-n-country-living)

11 of 11
dipped hanging terrarium (via 365designs)

dipped hanging terrarium (via 365designs)