7 Tips for Faking It: Decorating With Artificial Flowers & Plants

Decorating the home with artificial plants will create a satisfying atmosphere meeting your taste. Some do not like the idea of adding artificial plants coz they just simply look fake. However there are already ways were you can disguise these artificial plants into a real plants.

Confession: I’ve been a fake flower/plant snob. Years ago, I used to decorate with them but stopped when I felt using real plants was much better. To me, they were better because they have their own scent, help clean the air, and definitely look better than the fake ones. No judgement on anyone using the artificial versions; I just felt having something as natural as possible was the best.

But today, I’m declaring that there is nothing wrong with using artificial flowers & greenery!

How I came to this conclusion is twofold. One of my creative resolutions for 2013 was to challenge myself with decor I wasn’t accustomed to or attracted to, so using fake flowers & plants is a great way to achieve this.

The other aspect is that I’ve yearned to add more plants to my home. I envy people who have a jungle of plants in their home. I’d so be one of those people if my home received enough natural light. Because my home faces east, I have to limit my houseplant collection to those that require low light, such as pothos, philodendron, and snake tongue. Using artificial houseplants is a great method of adapting to the low-light issue & still allows me to enjoy a bevy of greenery.

Here are my tried & tested tips for faking it:

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