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Faux greenery is one of my favorite ways to decorate my home! It’s that time of year where the days are short, grey and dreary and I need all the mood boosters I can get. And since we won’t be seeing real buds on the trees for quite some time, today I’m sharing all my latest faux greenery finds to shop now!
How to Decorate Your Home with Faux Greenery
Not only are these faux greenery finds easy to style, but they’re all super affordable too! They’re are so many pretty options available right now, from stems to put in vases, pre-made arrangements, and even budget friendly faux trees. Such a simple edit, but makes such a big impact!
Faux greenery is such an easy update to refresh a space. You can use these pieces in your coffee table and console table styling, on your bookshelves, and even your kitchen! The best part is they are maintenance free, no sunlight or watering required! And if you have kids or dogs, no worrying about them getting knocked over either!
Tips for Choosing the Right Pieces for Your Space
When it comes to choosing the perfect faux greenery for your space, the most important thing to think about is size. On console tables I like to use stems that are larger to create height and visual interest.
On coffee tables I tend to keep the arrangement full but shorter so it doesn’t affect the view of the tv. Looks for small stems and small pre-made arrangements for nightstands and accent tables.
Tips for Choosing the Right Pieces for Each Season
You can decorate with faux greenery literally all year long! These pieces are all timeless, and can be used throughout the seasons. Of course you can update with more season specific faux finds, but for a new years refresh I’m all about the green!
Tips for Choosing the Right Vase
There is something to finding the right vase for the right stems! And don’t be afraid to bend your stems to make them fit, especially if you can’t see through the vase! For larger vases I tend to use at least 5 stems to create a fuller look. And for smaller bud vases I can get away with just 3 or 4 faux stems. I’ve rounded up some of my favorites for you below!
I hope you guys find this helpful! Want more styling tips, check out this post with 5 simple tips for console table styling!