lauren coleman

They are more minimal and use sand, miniature retaining walls, rocks and minerals to complete the story. Litill got into terrariums as a sort of response to working in floral shops - seeing the amount of waste and byproduct of that business on a daily basis. There are dyes and other chemicals and processes that Litill didn't like to deal with. Terrariums by their very design are sustainable, Litill was drawn to this idea that it could just sit there with minimal effort and look beautiful. Part of creating that harmony was the combination of elements inside and out - the glass vessel, the plants, the sand. The lityl terrariums were exposed for the first time in Europe at the Direktorenhaus. (Photo above: drög | medium (7,1 x 24 cm) $550 | large (24 x 31,8) $750

 


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lykt 2010 | small (15.2 x 15.2 cm) $350 | medium (25.4 x 25.4 cm) $525 | large (30,5 x 30,5 cm) $800
digür small (12.7 x 19 cm) $325 | medium (16 x 21,6 cm) $475 | large (21,6 x 26,5 cm) $725
phloam + lykt
phloam | small (17.8 x 12.7cm) $350 | medium (22.9 x 15.2 cm) $500

Hanger/ topper by all for everyone. 1.37 m (4colors) 142 cm/620 rows of knitting $75. All pricing for hanging terrariums includes a simple hanger/topper in your choice of color.