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I kill plants. No matter how many times I have tried to buy that beautiful garden or hang up that beautiful hanging plant, 100% of the time I kill them. Maybe I’m just not cut out to take care of green things, or maybe I just travel too much to give them the attention they need. No matter what the reason, I like greenery just as much as the next person so, I had to find a way to brighten up my home with beautiful greenery without the responsibility. That’s why I chose to use silk plants, but not the cheesy fake ones. I discovered a company that makes life-like, commercial quality silk plants at wholesale.
Silk Plants – The Chic 30’s Something Go to for that In-home Earthy Vibe
So here’s the deal, silk plants aren’t cheap. We all know you can pay a ton of money for fake plants, especially when they look real. I took some time to price out the Commercial Silks website and found while some of their stuff seemed to be a little pricey, there were actually quite a few things that weren’t that pricey at all, you just have to dig.
Commercial Silks actually sent me a couple of their beautiful succulents to try out in my dining room. As soon as I got them out of the box I was amazed as to how sturdy and heavy they were. The base looked like real wood but is actually made from ceramic. The succulents are thick and firm but still soft just like real plants. The color is very natural. If you stood by the table you definitely would not know that these are fake plants. I’ve had them on my table for several weeks now and every person who comes inside compliments me and how beautiful they are, and I couldn’t agree more.
Silk Plants for the Busy Traveler
Every traveler needs silk plants in their home. There’s no other way to bring nature indoors and brighten up your living space then by having beautiful silk arrangements in your decor. You can find your own favorite silk plants online here. If you are looking for a topiary, take a moment to check out my last review of their topiaries which I have by my front door.