New research from The Sport Book says that glass garden decor from brands such as Zulily and Glass House has an average price tag of $934.99.
The study, which surveyed more than 1,400 glass garden designers and decorators, looked at the average price of glass from each of the top four brands, as well as the costs of buying glass, maintaining it and selling it.
It found that the average retail price of a glass glass garden is about $919.99, while the average wholesale price is $824.98.
“The average glass garden has more than a billion dollars worth of value in it,” said the study’s lead author, Ashley Fisk, a graduate student in the Department of Architecture and Planning at the University of California, Los Angeles.
“This is in addition to the value of the garden itself, which includes all the plants, animals, and other materials that are needed to grow and nurture the plants,” Fisk added.
The cost of a good glass garden includes the installation, upkeep and repairs, Fisk said.
The average retail glass garden costs $924.99 to maintain, according to the study.
The researchers also looked at glass from a variety of brands.
“Many of the glass products we surveyed from our study were very similar in price, quality and functionality,” Fisks said.
“Some of them are also quite similar in other ways, such as price, availability, quality, and longevity.”
For example, some of the products we sampled had similar sizes, and they have similar materials and finishes,” she said.
In general, the glass garden market has been growing and growing, Fisks added.”
Fischer said she hopes the study will provide a guide for consumers who are looking for a glass garden or garden products to help them decide if a glass design is worth the cost.””
It’s not going away anytime soon, but we see it becoming more and more accessible and affordable.”
Fischer said she hopes the study will provide a guide for consumers who are looking for a glass garden or garden products to help them decide if a glass design is worth the cost.
“When people are shopping, they’re not really looking at the cost of the product, but rather the experience of looking at it,” Fisky said.