It's the small details that really make your space feel like a home! So if you're looking for a fun way to liven up your space, we're showing you a super simple style trick with styling large faux leaves. It's an easy and fairly inexpensive way to bring some life and personality to your home. Plus, faux plants are a great option if you're looking for something super low maintenance! Here are three ways to style them…
1. Line them up on a bench! This is a great way to bring some personality, color, and texture to an entryway or small nook. Add in some books or a fun plant stand to create different heights for the vases. To complete the vignette, we hung a mirror and artwork above.
2. Cluster them in a corner! This is an alternative to having a large plant in the corner and is an easy way to spruce up a space without spending a ton of money on a large plant.
3. Make a statement! Cluster larger vases together and place one faux palm in each. You can line them up like we did here to create one large focal piece. We love this on a credenza, dresser, or any space that could use a little something special. To round out the space, we hung a mirror and artwork behind them for added dimension and color.
Sources shown: Target Pirouette paint, Benjamin Moore Sweatshirt Gray paint, Society 6 lady print by Isabelle Feliu*, Target mirror, Society 6 Dance it Out print by Showmemars*, Poketo black dashed ceramic canister, vintage wooden box, Anthropologie gold jack, Target speckled vase, Target white silouhette vase, Target gray vase, Anthropologie wooden dotted vase, Target vase with handles, Target black vase, West Elm face vase (past season), Target book ends, Ai Modern credenza, Wayfair rug, Eric Trine chair, Castle round blue pillow, Target round white pillow, Target coffee table, Anthropologie woman vase, Joybird couch*, Target large round white pillow, Anthropologie tassle pillow (past season), Leif Shop abstract print pillow.