Simple succulents are grouped together in hanging glass orbs from Accent Decor. A wide opening allows you to create a mini-garden inside each one, while hooks at the top encourage multiple strand extensions.
When planting a hanging terrarium, it is vital to create a mini environment where all the plants flourish equally, says Joyce Mason-Monheim, floral director for Accent Decor and a member of the American Institute of Floral Designers. The orb-shaped hanging vase planted with succulents shows how you should use all succulents or all cactus in the planting because they require the same amount of light and water.
A blue-and-green grouping of glass nautical balls hangs in place of a chandelier in this eclectic courtyard – an extra pop of whimsy in an already fun space. Metal mesh lines the wood structure, filtering light.
Love air plants, but not quite sure what to do with them? Buy glass orbs, and hang them on an accordion rack. The easy-care plants will instantly bring life to any room without taking up valuable floor space.
This dining room's bar area is in a New York state of mind. The floating cabinet holds wine lying horizontally and liquor bottles behind mesh-front cabinets. Wine glasses hang from a shelf overhead, where New York City prints also rest — but could hold cookbooks, a decanter or other accessories. Succulents and flowers bring life to the space.