Dining in this backyard oasis includes a real light show complete with faux burning trees that illuminate the stairs up to the water slide. Additional lighting accentuates the tropical landscaping, pool with waterfall, and spacious cabana.
We found these small faux pine trees at a garage sale and turned them into something special by adding new baskets, satin ribbon, handmade ornaments and yarn garland. Mini pine trees are perfect for displaying by your front door; try adding one to each side of the entry to frame the door.
Check out this model and reality star's bold, disco-inspired holiday home, as seen on HGTV’s Celebrity Holiday Homes. Since Kendra Wilkinson has a bubbly personality, she desired a festive space with flair to match. Designer Laurie March creates an unexpected and one-of-a-kind holiday tree by using a faux white tree with DIY salt-dough alphabet ornaments.
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.
This chic sitting area features a neutral upholstered armchair with a taupe ruffled pillow and soft ivory throw. A natural tree branch floor lamp sits to the right of the armchair, while an ivory drum end table sits atop a white faux fur rug.
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 North Carolina front porch features a vintage lantern with a bow, a pinecone garland over the door and an evergreen wreath with a fancy ticking bow (that matches the lantern bow). The faux trees in urns are decorated with handmade painted birch bark ornaments and frosted shatterproof balls. It's decorated by craft and home decor blogger Amy Buchanan of AttaGirlSays.
“The theme was inspired by my love of gold and green,” says Maria Gonzalez of Graceful Order. With inexpensive items—such as the metallic ornaments, faux trees and gold plastic chargers—intermingled with china and glassware in her collection, the effect is seamlessly elegant. “It’s all about creating layers with contrasting colors and textures to create a high-end look on a budget,” Gonzalez says.
Faux wood wallpaper blends seamlessly with the custom bunk beds made from tree branches. A wood dresser doubles as a nightstand between the beds, and a red and yellow art piece adds a pop of bright color to the space.
Actress Garcelle Beauvais is thrilled to be a part of HGTV's Celebrity Holiday Homes. The holiday makeover is a kid-friendly delight, which features six-foot-tall toy soldiers, a faux red brick fireplace, oversized ornaments and a candy cane theme tree.
Actress Garcelle Beauvais is ecstatic to be a part of HGTV's Celebrity Holiday Homes. The holiday makeover is a kid-friendly delight, which features six-foot-tall toy soldiers, a faux red brick fireplace, oversized ornaments, and a candy cane theme tree.
Stacks of presents beneath the tree create a more finished look, adding layers of color and pattern, thanks to the festive wrapping. Not quite done with your shopping? Wrap a few empty boxes to pile up some faux presents until you can replace them with the real things.
What better way to celebrate the season than with a little snow—indoors? Faux snow is inexpensive, and reusable, and perfect for transforming any surface into a mini winter wonderland. Here, the design team added a forest of flocked trees and a vase overflowing with baby’s breath to complete the snowy scene.
A chocolate brown wall in this living room ties together an eclectic array of furniture, including two metal upholstered chairs, a low tan sofa, tripod floor lamp, potted trees and a mounted wooden deer head sculpture. Other decor includes a black leather chaise longue with chrome accents and a faux fur throw, as well as a gray tufted reclining chair.
Cover inexpensive foam balls with yarn to create a rustic Christmas ornament the kids can hang on the tree or use to top wrapped gifts. Choose traditional wool or synthetic yarn for a smooth look or get creative by wrapping the balls with fun, novelty yarns with fluffy, faux-fur textures or variegated colors.