Let’s just say I lack a green thumb. I’ve been known to kill a few plants (succulents included) therefore I cannot be trusted with greenery. Alas, I typically opt to litter my house with faux plants. I’ve searched high and low and discovered the best, most realistic looking, faux plants and today I’m spilling the beans on where I pick them out! Keep reading to see my top faux plants and how I style them!
Faux Aloe Plant
I picked up this faux aloe plant over a year ago and I’ve gotten so many compliments on it! It looks incredibly real, comes in the most gorgeous white print planter and is filled with tiny stones! It’s the perfect statement plant on a coffee table, on your kitchen counter, on a bookshelf and more!
Faux Snake Plant
I have this thing for snake plants. Ask my boyfriend. I actually own several real snake plants and although I love them dearly the leaves are temperamental and get wonky. Needless to say, I was on the hunt for the perfect realistic faux snake plant and I found it! The leaves are vibrant and look super real. I’ve even been asked which nursery I bought it from!
It’s true, succulents are the easiest plants to maintain. However, they still need water and therefore can wither and wilt and ultimately die if you don’t tend to them. Have I killed a succulent before? Absolutely. Now I do this thing where I mix real succulents with faux succulents and let guests guess which is which. The succulent above comes in a gorgeous pot and can be displayed all around the house!
Another gorgeous and totally fake succulent – very similar to the last succulent! It is a cooler, lighter shade of green and comes in a stunning pot! I have mine displayed in my kitchen cabinet!
This succulent, much like the others, comes in a fun print pot and contains a realistic looking succulent! This succulent has a more vibrant, bright green and can be added to any room in the house!
Faux Fiddle Leaf Fig Plant
While I love this faux fiddle leaf fig plant, I’ll be honest and say it looks the least realistic among the plants in this post. The veins underneath the leaves look a little plastic-like, but the pot is gorgeous and contains pretty white stones. I still love it and have it on display on my bookshelf!