Housed in a greenhouse-like structure, Terrain is filled with gems that are often unnecessary but always covetable. You’ll leave with a birdcage planter, botanical frame and mixed berry napkin set you never knew you couldn’t live without.
Created by the same company that owns Anthropologie, this garden shop is just as captivating as the clothing store—even if you aren’t into gardening—but located only in Pennsylvania and Connecticut. I visited the Glen Mills shop, which is about 40 minutes outside of Philadelphia.
Once you’ve had your fill of garden decor, the charm continues in the tucked-in-the-back café, where brunch, lunch and dinner are served amid lush foliage and twinkling lights. Menu highlights include an artisanal cheese platter and entrees such as line-caught Atlantic swordfish. All meals begin with bread that is baked and served in a clay planter. It’s garden whimsy at its best.