While adding a stylish touch to your reptile enclosure improves the overall look, it should also make your pet feel more at home. These terrarium backgrounds are safe for your pets and have realistic designs that mimic natural environments. Here are some of our best terrarium backgrounds to suit your cold-blooded companions.
These reptile bark backdrops remain in top condition for many years and are easy to reuse. When dirty, clean with a damp or gently rinse with running water.
This terrarium background comes in a pack of two and has a safe, eco-friendly design comprising natural bark. It features artificial moss for an attractive appearance and is easy to cut to any size to fit your decorative vision. Use these backgrounds for reptile boxes, tanks, aquariums, plant wall sets, and even your kids’ rooms.
These barks are challenging to cut through
This terrarium background has a thick, sturdy design and is available in six different sizes. If wrinkles form, iron the back using a steam iron to keep it neat and smooth.
This terrarium background has beautiful desert scenery and measures 36 x14 inches. It has a premium-quality polyester fabric construction and features top-grade printing technology for extra sharp, vibrant graphics. It is perfect for decorating fish tanks or aquariums and is easy to clean using a washing machine or by hand.
This terrarium is lightweight and easy to install. It is available in seven different sizes to meet all your decorative needs.
This Exo Terra foam terrarium background has a realistic rocky appearance and a safe, durable polystyrene construction. It measures 60×60 centimetres and is easy to cut to your desired length and size. It helps insulate various terrariums and creates an additional space for your animals to roam and explore.
You can enhance the visual appeal of your terrarium with a beautiful background. While selecting an appropriate one can seem challenging, the following guideline should ease some of your concerns and ensure you get the best one for your pet.
Ease of cleaning: To ensure the health and comfort of your pet, you should be able to clean their enclosure. Suppose your terrarium background is inside the tank. In that case, you should be able to wipe it with a damp cloth or periodically remove it for easy cleaning. Sanitization is imperative since dirty tank decor is a breeding ground for bacteria. Uncleanliness can lead to unpleasant odours and health concerns for your pet.
A: Terrarium backgrounds are a visual and sometimes functional addition to some pets' habitats. They come in various designs, scenes and landscapes, allowing you to replicate a realistic, natural environment and create a beautiful display for your home and pet. You can also use terrarium backgrounds to hide wires and tubing that take away from the natural appeal of your tank. Some backgrounds simulate the look and feel of wood, stone, bark, foliage and moss, while others are prints you stick or hang on the back of your terrarium. Terrarium backgrounds come in all sizes, designs and textures to enhance the habitat of insects, spiders, frogs, scorpions, lizards, snakes and turtles. Your pets will feel right at home in a cosy terrarium under suitable conditions and in an environment that feels like their natural habitat.
A: Terrarium backgrounds come in various formats, so their installation will be specific to their design. Cork and tile backgrounds usually have an adhesive that allows you to adhere to the walls of your enclosure. The soft nature of the corkboard will enable you to cut it to the ideal size for your terrarium. There are also realistic-looking rock backgrounds that you can mould into various shapes and adhere to the walls of your terrarium. Some designs require a power source since they also insulate your tank, so you will need to install tubing and seal the holes in your tank. Foam backgrounds are customizable to the ideal size of the terrarium's walls. You typically adhere it to the wall using silicone or another durable, pet-safe adhesive. There are also simple, printed backgrounds you can stick to the back glass of your terrarium with double-sided tape or velcro strips. While the setup is relatively simple, you can go the extra mile by ensuring you install adequate lighting to illuminate your backdrop for the most impactful effect.