September 24, 2013

Delightfully Lost: My First Visit to Terrain

As an avid follower and customer of URBN Inc (Urban Outfitters, Free People, Anthropologie & [the newest] Terrain) when I heard of their newest concept, Terrain, I had to check it out for myself. With a day off, I took the trip up to one of their two locations in Westport, CT - the other in Glen Mills, PA - and found myself delightfully lost in an eclectic collection of plants and home and garden products. An employee even mentioned that at times she finds people wandering for hours. To completely tie in all your senses, there is a cafe and garden terrace that showcases local and organic meals as well as coffee, tea and sweet treats. (I indulged in an iced coffee and mini chocolate & vanilla cupcake) 

While still a new concept - the Westport location has only been open for a year - I believe that we will be seeing new Terrain locations very soon. Can you say Brooklyn? California?

For a little more insight, take a look at what caught my eye:

The Merrit Parkway North

Woolly Pockets
Who doesn't love a vertical garden?

Faux Bois Cement Chairs

Wall Display

Sun Printing Kit: Silk Scarf

Sun Printing Kit: Large Paper

United States Chalkboard Map

Even the Restrooms were beautiful!

Loving this faucet

 Driftwood Wreath Candleholder

Rope Handle Planter

There is alway something special about a round dining table.

Tufted Linen Chair

Concrete by Leonard Koren & William Hall

Pin Drop Pendants 


Tomboy Style: Beyond the Boundaries of Fashion by Lizzie Garrett Mettler

Everyday Handy Notes

Just one of the few workshops Terrain offers. 
I cannot wait to see the list of offerings for October!

My Final Purchases: 
I'm always a sucker for awesome books and anything that smells delicious!

4. Rosy Rings Pressed Flower Sachets in Black Vetiver & Oak - Purchase Here
5. Il Frutteto Soap in Olive & Tangerine - Purchase Here

While I didn't get to check out the restaurant, I will definitely be back up soon. Perhaps for a Sunday brunch, workshop or just to get delightfully lost again.