Friday Favorites: Faux Fiddle Leaf Figs

Happy Friday, pretty people! I’m starting a new series today called Friday Favorites! It’s not a new concept in the blog world, but it is new for AHWB and I’m super pumped about it.  Every Friday (hopefully;)) I’ll be posting some of my favorite things based off of your most frequently asked questions.  I’m kicking off the series with Fiddle Leaf Figs for two reasons:

  1. My figs are the stars of my home, hands down.
  2. Y’all ask me a lot of questions about Fiddle Leaf Figs.

This post is specifically focused on faux figs (even though both of mine are real) because that is the question I’ve been asked most lately – “Where can I get a Fiddle Leaf Fig that I don’t have to take care of??”. At first, I didn’t know the answer to this, but after a lot of research, I have your answer!

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Now, if you’re looking to start the live Fiddle journey (which I highly recommend) I do have a post on care tips for your new tree. You can find that here. I wrote this post almost a year ago when Felicity was about half her current size and before I had the monster that we know as Finn:






Anyway, back to the faux stuff because that’s what you’re here for, right?? I don’t blame you, Fiddles are notoriously finicky and if you ain’t got time for that faux is definitely the way to go!

SnapseedI tried to gather options for you that are stylish, across the board on size and price and most importantly, look as real as possible. Follow the links below to find your fig and good luck with your new plant baby! You can totally still name it, even though it’s technically not alive.  Personally, I would go with something fun like “Forge” or “Fraud-rick” 😉






Six **Update! Turns out this is actually a real fiddle.  I’m sorry for the mistake, but if you’re in the market for a real one this is a great price and it has good customer reviews.

Happy shopping lovelies, and most importantly happy weekend!!





*This post does contain affiliate links, but as always all opinions and comments are my own.  Thank you for supporting the brands and companies that make this blog possible.


















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