Now that fall is almost here, it was time to swap out the cherry blossom tree in our living room. I ended up purchasing a faux maple tree (watch the unboxing on Instagram) and am so pleased with it. It fills out the corner of our living room and is the finishing touch for our cozy fall decor! If you are looking for an artificial fall tree, there are so many great options at a variety of price points. Keep reading for a faux fall tree roundup and a look at the maple tree I chose.
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Faux Fall Tree Roundup
- Maple Tree in Basket / 6 ft, $146
- Potted Golden Leaf Artificial Fall Tree / 7 ft, $369
- Potted Faux Maple Tree / 7.5 ft, $349
- Faux Burgundy Oak Tree / 7 ft, $349
- Autumn Eucalyptus Artificial Tree / 6 ft, $206
- Fall Magnolia Artificial Tree / 6 ft, $257
- Executive Aspen Tree / 6 ft, $158
- Artificial Foliage Rogot Rurple Tree / 5 ft, $94
- Autumn Maple Artificial Fall Tree / 6 ft, $236
Here are a few additional options including budget friendly 4 ft and 5 ft trees:
Potted Faux Maple Tree from Crate & Barrel
After researching all of the options, I decided to purchase this potted faux maple tree from Crate & Barrel. I love the sparse, minimalist look and muted red tone. It is also the tallest option at 7.5 feet (our cherry blossom tree was 8.5 feet for comparison). My second choice was this fall oak tree from Pottery Barn which is a similar color but more full if you prefer that look.
I considered choosing a shorter tree and propping it up in a tall basket or large planter to add height. I even ordered this one but unfortunately it went out of stock before shipping. Just wanted to mention this in case you would like to try one of the shorter trees!
How to Make an Artificial Tree Look Taller
Here is how to make a faux tree look taller. This is a great budget friendly option if you already have a large planter to use, or if you simply like the look of a shorter tree.
- Place a cardboard box, plastic container, or small planter upside down inside of a large planter
- Place your faux tree inside of the large planter (so it is propped up near the top)
- Wrap towels or blankets around the tree pot to make the tree sturdy
- Cover the top with Spanish moss to complete the look
I would love to hear which faux fall tree from the roundup is your favorite! XO,