Looking for ways to decorate your home with faux winter greens and florals? Check out my guide to purchasing the best faux winter greens and florals.
If you’ve been following me for a while, you know how much I LOVE to use faux greens and florals with my home decor.
I’m often asked why I use them when I have a great experience with live plants and flowers.
And the answer is, sometimes I just don’t want to do the work and want it to always look good.
For me, where winter greens and florals are concerned, faux is the way to go!
Now that’s not to say that I don’t love real trees, garlands, and wreaths.
Because I do.
But I’m finding as the years go on, I want to focus on other things and do a little less work.
With the dry heat indoors and needle drop, it’s just easier to decorate with faux winter greens and florals than it is with live plants.
Did I mention there’s no care involved?
No Needle Drop With Faux Winter Greens and Florals
With my set-and-forget approach to holiday decorating, I have more time to focus on all the other things holiday-related like shopping for gifts, wrapping presents, and baking.
Lots of baking.
To blur the lines between real and faux in my home, I am VERY choosey what faux greens and florals come home.
They have to look authentic, real, and as if I just cut them from the garden.
If you are shopping in the store, you can find my tips for choosing the best authentic faux winter greens and florals here.
But if you just want to click and buy, there are some GREAT options I found for your holiday and winter decor for 2021.
Keep in mind, with inflation, shipping days, and limited stock, items are selling out really quickly and won’t last long.
So if you see something you like, DO NOT WAIT!
Some items I found and tagged for this post are already gone.
I couldn’t believe it!
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The Best Faux Winter Greens and Florals for 2021
If stock is limited, items are selling out, or you just aren’t sure, think long-term.
Consider how to add to what you already have to grow your winter decorating arsenal.
For example, last year, I had a hard time finding THESE off-white berry sprigs.
I didn’t want bright white – so berries like THESE were hard to find.
When I saw them online this year, I just snagged about 20 of them because I’ll use them around my home long-term.
And if that’s the only thing I buy this year to tuck with what I already have, so be it.
What I love most about the white is they can stay out well beyond the holidays.
Whereas red berry sprigs can be a little more limiting.
That doesn’t mean I won’t use them in my winter decor, but I scale them back.
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