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1 Product Styled 3 Ways: Pentagon Brass Terrarium

By Hollie Brooks @MiaFleur_home

We like to get our money’s worth from accessories at MiaFleur so we always try to think up different uses for our products and inspire you to think outside the box. With that aim in mind we have had a play about with our pentagon brass terrariums and not only styled them in 3 different ways but with 3 different uses.

We've found 3 completely different uses for our pentagon brass terrariums, take a look now and check out how versatile they are!

I have some lovely little Moroccan tea glasses that I use to show off individual flower heads but they can get a bit lost being so small but by popping one into a brass terrarium they suddenly take center stage and it really shows off the blooms.

We've found 3 completely different uses for our pentagon brass terrariums, take a look now and check out how versatile they are!

As a terrarium they make a lovely display for small plants like sempervivums which can be nestled on a bed of moss or gravel. They need lining with plastic first to make them waterproof and it is advisable to use plants that don’t need a lot of watering.

We've found 3 completely different uses for our pentagon brass terrariums, take a look now and check out how versatile they are!

As a candle holder it makes a perfect table decoration for parties inside or out and it has a hook so you can hang them up outside from a bracket for extra atmosphere (although it can’t be left outside). Or hang it up inside for a change from a hanging plant.

There are plenty more ways to style these pentagon brass terrariums, and I’m sure there are more uses for them as well, but my favorite is as a display case for whatever large bloom I have to hand so I can admire them in their brief flowering.

Jacqui x

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Photography: Amelia Brooks/ Styling: Jacqui & Amelia Brooks


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