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People Are Turning Glass Tables Into Giant Succulent Gardens

If you're a plant lover, you know how difficult it is to fight the urge to want more. Forget Pokémon, you're trying to collect all the plants!

If you're running out of space for all your babies, there's a genius design that will keep your space looking fresh and your succulents happy.

If you have succulents, you're probably familiar with terrariums. They're usually small in size and are partially or fully enclosed for optimum plant life, like a mini greenhouse.

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People have found a way to make bigger ones to house even more plants.

They're transforming glass tables into giant functional terrariums, and they're absolutely gorgeous.

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They really liven up the room and add a massive pop of color to the space.

They're also dual-purpose — the table becomes a decor piece, as well as a functioning piece of furniture to place drinks, food, books, really anything.

They look pretty complicated to make on their own, but there are a host of tutorials to check out if this sort of product tickles your fancy.

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Here's one from Martha Stewart, the G.O.A.T. when it comes to everything DIY.

If you're not down with trying to figure out how to make one on your own, keep your eyes peeled for a pre-made succulent table that is already assembled and ready for you to plant.

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The Kickstarter project called BloomingTables is a ready-made table made specifically to house plants under the glass tabletop.

This one is perfect as a console or accent table anywhere in the home!

There are so many other great takes on a terrarium table that don't involve glass.

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This outdoor succulent table is a fantastic upcycling idea!

Planting some succulents in the middle of a wooden table would be perfect for a wedding or bridal shower.

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This aesthetic is seriously goals.

This wide open table is sure to be a conversation piece.

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Not to mention, it really makes a room super fresh and lively.

Of course, the biggest challenge will be to keep the succulents alive and well...

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Something that makes me a tad nervous, but you don't know unless you try!

Will a giant terrarium table be your next spring project?

Let us know in the comments!