If you want the benefits of privacy plants without the hassle of maintaining them, line your patio with faux boxwood hedges. Strategically placed faux hedges provide privacy in a pinch for anyone who likes green spaces but lacks green thumbs.
The thing about air conditioners: You can't cover them with real climbers, which could damage the equipment. But a faux bush made of recycled plastic? That's a plant it can handle! The TRiCC protective cover even tilts forward for easy access to the unit.
The fireplace perched in the corner of Mimi's bedroom is a former movie prop from a Charleston, South Carolina film set. The cascade of faux-plant materials continue a motif of the outdoors-inside in her home. "I like feeling like I'm in a garden" says Mimi.
Panels of faux boxwood leaves offer an earthy feel to the feature wall in this bathroom, as seen on HGTV's Cousins Undercover. Two mounted metal light fixtures illuminate the modern sink and black vanity.
Cream tones and rustic details were selected for this home near the ocean for a coastal look. Designers Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri also added panels of faux boxwood leaves to create an earthy feature wall.
A white ship lap accent wall combines beautifully with the polished hardwood floor allowing the wood furniture and indoor plant life to pop in this dining room design. A sleek white chair with faux fur seat cover creates a stylish end piece at the wood table. An unshaded light fixture, hanging window plants and mounted wall art add the finishing touches to the design.
To give the homeowners a more usable, less overwhelming space, designers brought in a jewel toned sofa, white chairs and a faux animal hide rug to add subtle color to the large master bedroom space and give the homeowners an extra place to relax in their master bedroom.
This home is located in Ohio, but homeowners wanted their outdoor areas to look like they belonged in California. To answer that wish, landscape designers combined native Ohio plants, faux trees and tropical plants to create a gorgeous garden.
Sometimes you can find teacups or mugs with so much personality, they make your teacup garden. This oversized cat mug offered the perfect vessel for a garden filled with charming faux mushrooms and an array of multicolored plants.
This lively living room features two yellow midcentury modern armchairs positioned on either side of a traditional piano. The accent wall is covered in black and white floral wallpaper, while a faux fur stool sits in front of the piano, adding a fun touch. Potted plants provide a bit of natural decor.
For this project you'll need two small wood planters, fresh mood moss, clear plastic wrap, small river rocks, floral tape or clear tape, miniature fairy garden accessories, faux gold gems and five to seven small green potted plants in a variety of shades and heights. Line the insides of both planters with plastic wrap and secure with tape around the top rims. Fill the bottom of each planter with a handful of small river rocks for drainage, then stack the planters to add depth and interest. Create a custom design by staging plants and garden accessories before planting. Once you've achieved the desired look, remove plants from pots, loosen the roots and plant, filling empty space with potting soil. Lightly water the soil before covering with moss and adding leprechaun garden accessories.
Sometimes the cup (or mug) makes the garden. This whimsical teacup garden was inspired by the oversized cat mug that contains it and provides instant fun to a mix of variegated plants, some faux-trees and miniature mushrooms. All add up to a one-of-a-kind garden sure to delight a child or a cat lady (or guy).
A shell white dresser offers stylish storage for folded sweaters and other bedroom essentials, with satin brass hardware, self-closing drawer guides and cedar-lined bottom drawers. A beautiful and tough fiddle-leaf fig plant adds a touch of nature to the bedroom corner. A potted fern on an attractive faux shagreen tray on the dresser brings more greenery to the space.