LA, Southern California & Palm springs



Do you want something decorative, beautiful, and very low-maintenance? A moltazdesigndecó ecosystem practically takes care of itself - the only things you'll need to do is water it once or twice a year, prune it once a year, and enjoy it every day!  Your ecosystem will be a beautiful addition to your home, office, or a location were you want something interersting to be center of attention. Also very exciting for kids (and of course some adults) to watch it grow!  We also have jewlery, open terrariums and flower arrangements.

We can't send our ecosystems by mail, but we have "self pick up" at the "Miracle Mile" 90036 LA, or a $25 home delivery within zip code areas 90001-91899 & 92602-92899 , $45 for Southern California and Palm Springs. B2B? Inquire about our rates.

You can also meet us at the palm Springs Village Fest every Thursday between 6:00 - 10:00 PM. 

plants, soil, rocks, sand and other stuff.


That's it! Our ecosystems basoically takes care of themselves. 

plants, soil, rocks, sand and other stuff.
plants, soil, rocks, sand and other stuff.

Handmade by Henrick Eriksson-Bland

Hand-crafted, and artfully created with love. Each ecosystem and terrarium is unique with many combinations.

Buy your own ecosystem or build your own. moltazdesigndeco - terrariums and ecosystems for your home and office.
ecosystems for your home and office. Handmade with plants, soil, rocks, sand and other stuff.

Our ecosystems

Need help to figure out which one is right for you? We'll help you!

Book an appointment to see our ecosystems live. It’s a great way to see them, compare, ask questions and much more. Monday - Friday, 9 am to 6 pm.



How does an ecosystem work? Can i make my own? How do I care for it? How much light does the ecosystem need? 

We know, there are many questions, but we will certainly answer them all. You'll find a few shortcuts below - just click on "care & info" and we'll help you to get all the answers you need.

Light and sunlight

Yes, the ecosystem needs sunlight, but not too much. A simple rule is to keep it 3 feet from the window, but the first month you need to keep an eye on it so you see whats going on.

How long does it last?

An ecosystem last for years. One of the oldest we know about is about 40 years old.  The best thing is that you don't have to take care of it more then once a year, (if you want it to stay the way it is when you get the ecosystem.)

Growth & pruning

All the plants we use grow very slowly to start with, the ficus is about 2-4 years old when we place in in it´s inviroment. You might have to prune the ecosystem once a year. 

More info about all systems

In the menu yoúll find everything about our ecosystems, and also how you can build your own. If there's something missing, just send us an email and we'll get back to you asap.


It´s a small version of the nature. When the container is sealed shut it will take care of it self. The sun will help the plants create chlorophyll and produce oxygen so the plants can breathe. When water evaporates from the plants and moss, the water gather up in the top of the container. Small drops will fall down and water the plants. 

The cycle repeat it self, over and over again. An ecosystem can live for a long time. Today, what we know about, the oldest is about 40 years old. 



Do you want to be a retailer? Send us an email and wéll get back to you as soon as we can. 

We will only sell to one retailer in each district so your selection will be as unique as our ecosystems!  We believe in long-term relationships with our customers, and strive to support you however we are able.

We love green stuff...

It all started with a garden on an island in Sweden.  In Sweden we love everything about recyceling, nature and the environment. So i thought, why dont we make small ecosystems to teach children and grow-ups alike how nature works?  I´ve seen ecosystems before, in Paris, and i think its a fantastic way to educate, and make your home decorative and beautiful. We are bringing together our love for design, and nature.

Meet us at the Palm Springs Village Fest. Every Thursday between 6:00-10:00 PM. 

Henrick Eriksson-Bland