Christmas is just around the corner, and my thoughts are turning to decorating for the holidays. While I love the smell of fresh pine, a live Christmas tree means vacuuming up a never-ending supply of needles and having to remember to water the tree, which is why artificial Christmas trees are a great option for …
Adding faux plant décor to your living room could be just the thing your room needs to feel bright and new again. Choosing the best artificial plants to meet your needs can seem tricky, though. We have a few tips to help you choose the right artificial plants for your home that will add some interest to your living room.
Flowers can brighten up any space, but a lot of times, we don’t think much about putting them in the bedroom. If you’re using fresh flowers, it can be a pain to remember to water them or replace them if they’re not in a high-traffic area of the house. Plus, flowers and plants shed pollen, which puts them out of bounds for the bedrooms of allergy sufferers.
Your home kitchen is often a space that can be an afterthought when it comes to decorating with plants and flowers. Often, we’re too busy using the kitchen to worry about decorating it. Faux flowers, though can brighten up this common gathering spot without getting in the way of your kitchen’s intended use.
It may still be summer, but fall is just around the corner, and with the change of the seasons comes plenty of opportunity to entertain. While the gatherings may be small, you’ll still want your home looking its best when you greet your guests, which is why focusing on the front porch and entryway to your home pays off.
The quality of artificial plant décor has improved to the point where it’s sometimes hard to tell a fake plant from a real one. In fact, it’s sometimes better to use a faux plant in certain spaces in your home where it would be hard to grow a live one. Here are my tips to why should decorate with faux plants and flowers!