An indoor potted tree is an expensive and risky investment if it gets upset by the corner you chose for it and, dare-I-say-it, withers away before your eyes. This is where artificial trees enter the picture!
With almost-real options, your investment will never die and you can place your faux tree in the darkest corner of your home that a real plant would hate.
Read on to find out what artificial trees are available and where to get the best ones.
Balsam Hill is best known for their highly realistic Christmas trees so it makes sense that their artificial tree range is also highly coveted.
Fiddle Leaf Fig Trees without fail look beautiful indoors and Balsamic Hill has two in 5′ and 7′ heights that are especially realistic. These handcrafted trees are unique and have slight variations, a sign of a high quality item.
The boxwood range are also particularly realistic, and with hand-strung battery-operated LED lights included, these will looks amazing flanking your front door.
Terrain has a limited range of large trees that are particularly high quality and realistic but a bit more pricey than some of the other brands in this list.
Chose from an Olive tree, Bird of Paradise, Fiddle Leaf Fig tree and Philodendron.
World Market has a number of artificial trees that are available online only so be sure to head to their website to check out their range.
The standout item in the range is their lush 4.5-foot faux fiddle-leaf fig tree which has received a solid 5-star rating from over 130 reviews, and priced at a very reasonable $129.99.
Birch Lane’s artificial trees are exceptionally well rated, with the large majority rated at 4-and-a-half or five stars. A generous range of species can be found on their online store.
You can find silk and plastic trees alike. Expect the superior silk trees to be at a reasonable price point.
The interior designers at McGee & Co create Insta-worthy spaces that I routinely drool over. The company sells many of the items featured in their beautifully designed spaces on the McGee & Co online store.
The faux trees are understated, somewhat sparse, fairly pricey but still outrageously beautiful! The faux potted lemon tree is one of my favorites.
Hayneedle’s point of difference is that its faux foliage range is all made of silk. That means you can expect to find only superior natural-looking trees here. And their pricing is not horrendous either.
Nearly Natural specialize in silk trees, aka the Rolls Royce of artificial trees. You can find a large number of the Nearly Natural silk trees at Hayneedle, they are THAT good at what they do.
The company has an excellent range of unique trees on their website that you won’t find elsewhere.
The faux lemon tree range is the best I’ve seen. You can even find yourself a Rose tree or a Wisteria tree at Nearly Natural.