Faux Plant Guide

Get the Look with Faux Greens / Snake Plant / Planter + Look for Less

My favorite finishing touch to any project is styling with greenery throughout the house. It adds a freshness and a vibrant pop of color to any space. Although my first choice is to always use fresh-cut stems or potted greens, there are times when real plants just won’t work. The good news is that fake plants have gotten much better–more realistic, less cheesy. So if you have a windowless bathroom, a low-light basement, bad allergies, or just do not want to spend time maintaining house plants, you should not hesitate to style with faux plants. Today we have a pretty round up of some favorites. Click to shop your favorite, toss it in a pretty planter or vase, and give your space an effortless refresh.

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Get the look with Faux Greens / Fiddle Leaf Fig / Driftwood Succulents


Tall Potted Plants

  1. Fiddle Leaf Fig
  2. Bird of Paradise
  3. Banana Tree
  4. Olive Tree

Succulents and Smaller Plants

  1. Potted Trailing Succulent
  2. Potted Agave
  3. Mixed Succulents in Cement Planter
  4. Potted Golden Barrel Cactus
  5. Agave in Cement Planter
  6. Driftwood Succulents
  7. Succulent in Golden Stoneware Pot
  8. Potted Jade
  9. Cactus
  10. Echeveria Succulent
  11. Snake Plant


  1. Fan Palm
  2. Dried Palm Leaf
  3. Large Mostera Leaf
  4. Bird of Paradise
  5. Purple Allium
  6. Maguey Stem

For more greenery inspiration, make sure you read our Succulent Guide and Favorite Styling Flowers.

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