Faux trees are the best of two worlds. You get the lush look of the outdoors inside for a soothing and natural interior. However, you don't have to worry about keeping the tree alive. You don't have the added cost of water and fertilizer, and you don't have to find someone to water the plant when you travel.
But faux trees come in a wide variety of styles, and it can be hard to tell which one is right for you. Below we'll cover the main types of faux trees, the sizes and the planters that can go with them, and when you should select each.
What Size of Faux Tree Will Work with My Interior?
When it comes to choosing the size of your faux tree, you have two major types to work with.
Floor sizes are meant to sit on their own off to the side of a room or along a walkway. They're typically around as tall or taller than a person. Floor size faux trees often sit around 60 inches high by 30 inches wide by 30 inches deep.
Choose this style if you're looking for a large accent in a room and want to get the most foliage. Multiple floor sizes can also help you achieve the most natural look possible if you're really trying to bring the outdoors inside visually.
- You can also find tabletop models that give more of a subtle natural accent. These are meant to sit on desks, shelves and end tables. These are often only around 23 inches high by 4 inches wide by 4 inches deep.
Hesistant about getting an artificial tree? Don't be! Many faux trees look so realistic these days, you'll barely be able to tell it's fake!