We have customers who simply have restrictions ? be it low light, busy schedules, small children, or curious pets. Faux plants give them the ability to bring greenery and joy into their space, minus the headache.
Where can I put a faux plant?
Almost anywhere! We recommend keeping your faux plant indoors and in indirect to no light. Direct sun can potentially fade your faux foliage over time.
How do you clean a faux plant?
When it comes to faux plants, maintenance is minimal. Use a feather duster or soft cloth to sweep off dust and debris every month or two. Spot clean stains as soon as possible with warm soapy water.
What are they made of?
Our faux plants are made of a combination of fabric, plastic, wire, and foam. The larger plants have a base comprised of concrete and wood.
Why do you also offer faux plants?
We have customers who simply have restrictions – be it low light, busy schedules, small children or curious pets. Faux plants give everyone the ability to still bring greenery and joy into their space. We believe that plants, in all forms, make people happy.
How do I dispose of a faux plant?
Our faux plant line uses the best materials available to create a high quality, long-term addition to your home. If at any time you’re ready to relinquish your faux plant and do not have another home for it, please contact us and we can help you find a local retirement or nursing home, school, thrift store, charity, or other community organization to accept it as a donation.
We hear you! Sustainability is important to The Sill. When it comes to our faux plant line, we use the best materials available to create a high quality, long-term addition to your home.
More broadly, the greatest and most immediate impact we can have is on single-use items across our entire line – like our packaging, which we’re transitioning to be fully recyclable. We are constantly looking for opportunities to remove waste from our supply chain and make strides towards a more sustainable future.
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Our stores around the US are open for plant shopping, repotting, curbside pickup, in-person workshops, and more.