Admittedly, many of these are not commonly grown as terrarium plants, but, some such as the Peperomia serpens and Peperomia sp. Costa Rice are. They have adapted wonderfully to windowsill life! Philodendron joepii is one that I’ve tried growing as a house plant, and it did alright for a few months but the ambient light didn’t seem to be enough. With proper light though, I think that would be another good candidate. Philodendron verocossum also has been grown with success as a house plant.