It's not every day that you stumble upon a product with your own name. But it happened when Igor and I discovered these glass terrariums from Holland called Urban Jungles. Lucky us, they are pretty and the perfect gift for any Urban Jungle Blogger 😉
Urban Jungles are glass terrariums made from glass & solder. When Victor, the inventor of UJ, finished renovating his home, he decided to get rid of all superfluous accessories and only keep his most precious belongings. Not a big jungle with dozens of plants, but one beautiful cactus in the spotlight. And behind glass! That's when the idea for these glass terrariums was born: five geometric designs, that enhance the organic shape of any small plant, gem, sculpture or toy. The styling possibilities are endless!
My first idea was to place a cactus inside my Chowpak terrarium. But I had a look around in my jungle and all my plants were too wide or too tall. The only one that fit in was this small succulent. It kept me company on my north-facing desk all winter and exploded to reach for extra sunlight. He is tall and handsome now, can you believe only 5 months ago he looked like this?!
Of course I couldn't resist playing around with my Urban Jungles terrarium for a bit:
Urban Jungles come in 5 different models, mine is called Chewpak, Igor chose Johnnson and there are also Charivati, McLansey and BarunBaru. Each piece comes with its own bag of little rocks and is beautifully wrapped. By the way, the terraria don't like water, so if you want to use it for plants, prefer cacti or Tillandsia (airplants) and water sparsely.
To win one Urban Jungles terrarium:
► Leave a comment below with the name of the jungle you would like to win.
► Not mandatory, but it would be nice if you'd follow me on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Bloglovin
► Visit Happy Interior Blog for an extra chance to win: Igor is giving away a second Urban Jungle!
On February 16th I'll announce the winner. This giveaway is open worldwide. (Green) fingers crossed!
This giveaway is now closed. The winners are… here!