In the Home is all about interior design and making your cozy space your own with a strong emphasis on conscious living.
A while back, while surfing the web for interior design shops, I came across an online shop, called Terrain. Founded in 2008, Terrain is a home and gardening store which strives to merge both the outside and inside together, by offering items for the garden, outdoor living spaces, and the interior. In addition to their online shop, Terrain has two actual locations as well: one in Glen Mills, Pennsylvania and another in Westport, Connecticut. Both stores boast indoor-outdoor environments with on-site nurseries surrounded by a cafe and garden terrace.
Terrain, like Anthropologie, Free people, and BHLDN, is actaully a subsidiary of Urban Outfitters. Terrain’s products are definitely a more mature approach to interior and exterior design than the the more eclectic bohemian finds over at Urban Outfitters’ homeware department, but just as beautiful. If you are into the interior pieces that Anthropologie carries, then you are definitely going to be a huge fan of Terrain. Basically, if you had a modest little cottage in the countryside, Terrain’s furniture and accessories would be perfect for it. Copper mailbox and house numbers? Yes please!
Although Terrain offers furniture as well, which is absolutely stunning as well, Terrain seems to excel at helping you put the final finishing touches on your living space through small objects and details that really turn a house into a home. Unfortunately, the items are priced pretty steeply, but even if you do not end up shopping with Terrain, their items make for some really great interior design inspiration.