Design Green Design Exquisite Round Glass Terrariums Hang on the Wall By Kimberley Mok Writer McGill University Cornell University Kimberley Mok is a former architect who covered architecture and the arts for Treehugger since 2007. our editorial process Twitter Twitter Kimberley Mok Updated February 27, 2020 ©. Anne Liles Photography Share Twitter Pinterest Email Design Tiny Homes Architecture Interior Design Green Design Urban Design Terrariums are pretty painless to maintain, needing little water but giving a lot of growing satisfaction. We've seen various incarnations of the terrarium, from reused lightbulb terrariums to terrariums integrated into your office desk. North Carolina-based creative consultant Kim Fisher created these stunning circular terrariums, which are hung on the wall to display succulents and air plants as if they were picture frames. Measuring 22 inches in diameter, these gorgeous round terrariums feature an attached heavy-duty plastic half-moon that can be filled will various suitable plants, mosses, soil, and small rocks. © Anne Liles Photography © Anne Liles Photography © Anne Liles PhotographyThe design is durable but lightweight enough so that it can be hung indoors or outdoors, and look elegant as a focal point on a wall. © Anne Liles Photography These minimalist terrariums are simple but are definitely among the most stylish ones that we've come across; priced at USD $212.50 plus shipping, you can also rent them from Kim Fisher Designs for your next DIY wedding event. More over at Kim Fisher Designs website and Etsy to purchase. If you want to try making your own recycled terrarium, check out our post here.