ITEMS PICTURED // Fiddle Leaf Fig Tree | Basket Planter | Garment Rack | Moroccan Leather Pouf | Sheepskin Rug | Straw Circle Bag | Tortoiseshell Acrylic Bag | Nude Ankle Strap Sandals | Pink Suede Slides | Pink Platform Wedge Espadrilles | Brown Leather Wedge Espadrilles | Blue Stripe Sandals | White Slide Sandals | Brown Double Banded Sandals | Green Espadrille Sandals | Embellished Sandals | Blush Suede Slide Sandals | Colorblock Espadrilles
Where did you find those plants? I can’t tell you how often I’ve been asked this since we moved into our new apartment. It’s funny. We have yet to buy what some would consider a home’s most crucial furniture (like a coffee table) but decorative faux greenery? Oh we are SET.
I tried the real plant route in our last place and it was a big fail. Our fiddle leaf fig tree (that I lugged home myself on foot from a small shop in the flower district) died a steady slow death within two years. Every succulent and leafy table plant I bought was gone within six months. Watching my plants die was not only frustrating, but a big fat waste of money.
Looking for the most realistic faux fiddle leaf fig trees? I got ya covered!
Baskets & Planters
So when it came time to move into our new place, I shamelessly ordered two faux fiddle leaf fig trees without hesitation after reading the positive reviews. Of course nothing looks as realistic as the real thing, but I’m really impressed with the ones I found and love how there’s no maintenance involved. I ordered two different heights: a 4.5″ foot and a 6.5 foot. We’ve yet to find a permanent home for these in our place, but I’m thinking one will eventually end up in our dining room and another in my office.
Looking for more faux plant options? These are some of the others on my wish list!