Glass Container Terrariums

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Inspired by the current trend of houseplants, but uninspired by the thought of upkeep, Sarah from {Home-ology} Modern Vintage became smitten with the idea of terrariums. She found a beautiful terrarium at Crate & Barrel but wasn’t so enthused with its “sale” price. Sarah went in search of similar versions at vintage shops and found three beautiful glass containers to create her own grouping of terrariums.

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Hurricane with Rope Pedestal

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Sometimes a simple flip or snip can give your old décor a whole new look. That was the case with this candle holder that Jeanette from Homa Style created by turning a glass dome she already owned upside down. She placed it atop a rope-wrapped vase with a dab of hot glue so it can easily transition back to a dome when Jeanette’s ready to mix it up again.

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Stacked Glass Hurricanes

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The Christmas season is officially on, and I know we are all looking for ways to bring holiday cheer to our homes. Kayla from Whatever is Lovely created a couple of pretty hurricanes a la Pottery Barn by simply stacking glass vases she already had on top of each other. It doesn’t get much easier than that, and these hurricanes are lovely for any time of the year. Simply change out the candle and filler, and you’re set!

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Rope Handle Glass Cloche

While flipping through your summer décor catalogs, you may have noticed a lot of rope accents sprinkled throughout the pages. If you are loving that nautical vibe, check out these cloches made by Shari from Turnstyle Vogue. Shari combined a glass hurricane and mason jars with wooden plaques and rope to make these adorable little [...Read More]

“Etched Glass” Hurricane

Glass hurricanes and vases are staples when it comes to decorating. With a few simple changes, they can make the perfect display pieces for any season. Monica from Monica Wants It shows you how to create an “etched glass” tree design perfect for fall through winter. Monica used her Silhouette and contact paper to easily [...Read More]