Who’s excited about the long holiday weekend? Picture me raising my hand up high in the air! We’ve got family coming into town for Memorial Day, so I’m sure we’ll be spending most of the weekend over at my parents’ new house enjoying lots of tasty food (and wine) in honor of the occasion.
I’m actually planning to take Monday off so that I can really relish in quality family time, but I’ll be back here bright and early next Wednesday morning with a brand new story to tell (oh, and you can find me on Instagram every day until then).
In the meantime, keep scrolling for a roundup of clever ways to play with faux greenery as a way to celebrate the sunny season to come. I’m willing to bet these tips and indoor garden tours will have you rethinking your aversion to the trend…
Weekend Inspiration: No. 60
2. Can you believe that all three plants featured in this post are faux? Hop through for purchase details, then you’ll never have to worry about forgetting to water your Fiddle Leaf Fig or fern ever again.
3. The DIY Faux Living Wall that Emma created in her home office still makes me swoon whenever I spot it on social media.
4. I could take a digital tour of Chris and Julia’s house every single day and I wouldn’t get tired of it. Here’s a post they put together showing off all the faux plants they keep throughout their home in case you want to copy their stunning silk style.
5. This 6-foot faux Fiddle Leaf Fig tree is 15% off and ships free right now thanks to World Market’s Memorial Day sale (use code ‘MEMORIAL15′). I just ordered it for myself because I clearly don’t know how to curb my faux plant obsession.
6. Here’s an oldie but a goodie project to try in case you have trouble keeping greenery alive: DIY paper plants.
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