Monday, February 27, 2017

The Best Faux Fiddle Leaf Fig Trees {And Where We Got Ours}

I know fiddle leaf fig trees have been trending for like, five years now, but I feel like the faux-plant world is just now catching up with the demand. I absolutely love the look of them, but I have a notorious black thumb, and have always been pretty nervous to shell out $100+ on a plant I know I will probably kill. So, faux fiddle leaf trees it is!

I purchased this one (shown in both pics of our house) last August and really love the pop of green it brings. (Unfortunately it is sold out on all the sites I could find it on, but it is supposed to come back in stock in the next month or two.) It's a great faux and I love it hanging out in pretty much any corner of our home. Since it's a four-foot, I've been eyeing a more substantial seven-footer to bring even more drama. I haven't pulled the trigger yet, but here are the ones I'm considering that are both beautiful and budget friendly.

The Best Faux Fiddle Leaf Fig Trees

This one probably has my favorite shape out of them all. It's a good price, but the only drawback is it comes in a set of two, so unless you need both, you'll have to find a friend to split it with.

Target has a great faux fiddle, though it's more of a bush than a tree.

This one is finally back in stock from World Market, and with their frequent coupons, it can be a great and affordable choice.

The 4' one we purchased - hopefully back in stock soon!

Pottery Barn's fiddle leaf is a great size and style. I saw it in person in our local store last weekend and it's a beauty, if a bit pricey.

This is probably the one that's at the top of my wishlist! Unfortunately it too is sold out right now, and I've been waiting several weeks for a back in stock email. Worth keeping an eye on!

My runner up pick - classic and very well priced!

It's also worth noting some of the best ones I've seen in people's houses online are from Home Goods. I have checked incessantly to see if our Home Goods has one with no luck. So keep an eye out at your local store and you may just score one! (And if it's in Wichita and you are not in need of a fiddle leaf, please call me ; )

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  2. Crazy that you think $500 is “budget friendly” for a fake tree...

    1. Hey Kaylee, if you're meaning option one, as I mentioned that's for a set of two, so it's $250 a piece which is about the going rate for a large, well-made plant. There are also some other great options on the list at stores with frequent sales. Hope that helps!

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