20 Modern Faux Flower Arrangements
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20 Modern Faux Flower Arrangements

Flowers are pretty much a must when it comes to interior design. The only problem is that flowers don’t last long, and it can be an investment to always have fresh flowers brightening up your creative space. Faux flowers are the obvious solution. But we’re not talking about those faux flowers. Once you get a look at these fresh ways to arrange mock stems, you’re definitely going to rethink everything you ever thought you knew about paper, fabric and silk petals.

1. Faux Flower Wallpaper: This faux flower wall arrangement serves as three dimensional “wallpaper” for a restaurant. With two handfuls of falsies and a little masking tape, this look could be sitting pretty in your breakfast nook in no time. (via Design Front)

2. Floral Streamer Wreath: Like fake flowers, wreaths also get a bad rap. And while we can usually see why, this one is an exception to the tackiness. This rainbow wreath was made for St. Patrick’s Day, but we think it’s fun all year long. (via The House That Lars Built)

3. Pom Pom Garden Garland: These pretty pom poms are made out of fabric. And this garland is perfect for a party or for everyday decor. (via Lovely Indeed)

4. Faux Water Garden Arrangement ($263): This arrangement from Neiman Marcus is stunning. This certainly does not look like your grandmother’s faux flower arrangement.

5. Paper Scrap Flower Place Cards: After crafting, we always have scraps lying around the office. So why not do some recycling? Use those odds and ends for floral scrap-paper place cards. (via Oh Happy Day)

6. Silk Floral Arrangement: This arrangement was created by Jolanda Arts Floral Design. This florist specializes in creating custom faux flower arrangements. How cool is that? (via Jolanda Arts Floral Design)

7. Pom Pom Flowers ($18): They’re needle felted out of wool, and considering these beauties are handmade, the price is a steal.

8. Paper Daffodil: Daffodils are the ultimate spring flower. The best part about this daffodil? It will be around all year long. (via The House That Lars Built)

9. Field of Flowers Costume: Would you have ever thought to use faux flowers for a Halloween costume? So. Adorable. (via Oh Happy Day)

10. Floral Photo Booth Backdrop: This floral photo-booth backdrop is just the thing for your spring soirées. It’s an easy way to bring a pop of color to any party. (via Lovely Indeed)

11. Pretty Paper Flowers: The great thing about this DIY is that it only takes 10 minutes. There is nothing better than a quick project that leaves a big impact. (via Brit + Co.)

12. Silk Flower Crown: The flower crown trend is hot off the press, considering Coachella was just weeks ago. Keep your boho style going with this tutorial. (via Creature Comforts)

13. Pinwheel Backdrop: Pinwheels are a modern way to create the look of flowers. This backdrop would be great for a wedding or a spring fête. (via Style Me Pretty)

14. Faux Bouquet: Brit made this for her wedding. She explained that guests literally had to touch it to believe these weren’t real flowers. (via Brit + Co.)

15. Flower Wall: This flower wall was done for a bridesmaids party. We’d say they nailed it with this one. (via Style Me Pretty)

16. Garden Party Backdrop: For the launch of her Oh Joy for Target collection, Joy Cho threw a garden party. She used flower decals from her collection to create this apropos wall of interest. (via Oh Joy)

17. Nursery Ceiling Arrangement: This faux flower ceiling arrangement adds such a fun visual element to this nursery. Putting florals on the ceiling is definitely a unique idea. (via Apartment Therapy)

18. Forever Flower Ceremony Backdrop ($1,800): This little number carries a hefty price but not having to do all of this work yourself is priceless. This thing is gorgeous.

19. Paper Centerpiece: It’s so sad to see the gorgeous centerpieces from weddings die. With this arrangement, you don’t have to. (via Green Wedding Shoes)

20. Fresh and Faux Flower Bouquet: This bouquet gives you the best of both worlds. It has a gorgeous mix of fresh and faux flowers. (via Ruffled)

Have you jumped on the faux flower train yet? Let us know in the comments below.