Thursday, February 17, 2022

How To Decorate With Terrariums- ConcreteLabCo Review

Happy Valentines Day everyone! I just wanted to share something awesome with you, and I'm sure you're all love it. I recently have been obsessed with plants. Terrariums, cacti, pothos- you name it, I have it. However, they're so much work and watering plants can be a pain. 

I therefore recently decided to add to my studio in Oxford with a little terrarium from ConcreteLabCo, a lovely Etsy shop that sells terrariums of all shapes and sizes. The shop sells a variety of terrariums, including smaller ones like mine and larger ones containing Bonsai trees. I ordered a little kit which arrived in the mail perfectly and included everything I need to make the terrariums. There was some soil, a small fittonia plant, some fern, a lovely rock, activated charcoal and some pebbles which added the final touches to the terrarium.

Shipping was extremely fast and secure, and nothing arrived broken (which is rare as I ordered plants online and the pots sometimes breaks). The packaging is extremely well done and everything came in little labelled packets, ready for assembly. The shop includes instructions so don't worry if you don't know how to make these things. The terrarium that I got was this lovely little flask terrarium. I chose it because it looked simple and small, and super beautiful. 

ConcreteLabCo review, DIY terrarium kit uk

ConcreteLabCo review, DIY terrarium kit uk

ConcreteLabCo review, DIY terrarium kit uk

ConcreteLabCo review, DIY terrarium kit uk

ConcreteLabCo review, DIY terrarium kit uk

ConcreteLabCo review, DIY terrarium kit uk

ConcreteLabCo review, DIY terrarium kit ukConcreteLabCo review, DIY terrarium kit uk

ConcreteLabCo review, DIY terrarium kit ukConcreteLabCo review, DIY terrarium kit uk

ConcreteLabCo review, DIY terrarium kit uk

ConcreteLabCo review, DIY terrarium kit uk

ConcreteLabCo review, DIY terrarium kit uk

ConcreteLabCo review, DIY terrarium kit ukConcreteLabCo review, DIY terrarium kit uk

It was super easy to assemble and I spent around 20 minutes making it. Everything was very easy and the shop included detailed instructions on how to put everything together. After all the work, here's what the adorable terrarium looks like! As you can see, I put the terrarium in a sunny spot next to the window so that the plant can get some light. It's really gorgeous and adds a chic flair to the house. 

I love the fittonia plant that the shop included as it's super healthy and small in size. It's also really easy to care for as it is a water-loving which means that it's designed to thrive in a closed terrarium. I'd say that this little terrarium is one of the most stunning things that I've ever seen and it would make a lovely present for someone who just moved into a new flat. I also love the texture of the fern and how it drapes over the wall of the terrarium. It's so lovely to look at. 

As for how it spiced up my studio, it definitely added extra style points as everyone complimented me on this terrarium when they visited my house. I love the contrast between the pink fittonia and brown sand which means that the jar looks absolutely stunning, and there are lots to choose from on the brand's website. 

Overall, making a terrarium is a simple task that brings with it amazing results- these little containers do not require watering at all and minimal trimming. I think they would make lovely gifts for friends too. Hope you enjoyed this review and make sure to check the shop out if you want something new for your home! 

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