I am all about refreshing everything! Now most of you know that I am a huge real plant fan. I’m a plant momma at heart and I enjoy everything caring for plants, even the hard lessons they teach me. But there are just some cases where a faux plant is a better option. Faux plants are the answer for rooms with little natural light, space on a bookshelf, or in a place that you would forget to water a real plant. This week on a whim I ordered some faux plants from the Hearth & Hand line and I was so impressed. I styled the faux plants in our home so far and included the links where you can purchase them.
These little faux rosemary plants are so good because they truly look like my real rosemary plants, and yet they can sit here in the corner in the library and not need any maintenance. My biggest faux plant tip: put them in an interesting vessel that matches your aesthetic to make them look more real and fit your home better.
These faux rosemary plants also come in a rosemary topiary style plant that are taller and mimic my favorite topiary plants that I get locally at a greenhouse. I love how they look styled on our bookshelves. I picked up most of these because I have so many pots around our house that would fit these so well.
This tree SHOCKED me because of how tall and real it looked. I am usually not a faux tree fan because I think the bigger the faux plant, the harder it is to look real. This is a faux gypsophila. I plan on putting it in a unique planter of my own so it fits in better with our home décor.
These medium size plants are my favorite faux plant find of the week because they go so well in all of my urns around the house and they are around $50. I think they are worth the money considering the plant’s size and durability.
This is a faux ficus and in my humble plant momma opinion, I’m excited that there are so many varieties of faux plants.
You can shop all the of the best faux plants from above here:
I hope this little faux plant tour was helpful and helps you freshen up your spaces. You can see more of my recent Target finds [HERE] from this week. Target, YOU DID IT AGAIN!