15 Reasons Why We're Flocking to Faux Snow

See festive, flocked spaces to inspire your winter holiday decor this year.

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December 03, 2018

Photo By: Robert Peterson, Rustic White Photography

Photo By: Rennai Hoefer

Photo By: Robert Peterson, Rustic White Photography

Photo By: Sara D Harper; Courtesy of Kelly Page

Photo By: Brian Patrick Flynn

Photo By: Brian Patrick Flynn

Photo By: Robert Peterson, Rustic White Photography

Photo By: Sam Henderson

Photo By: Rennai Hoefer

Photo By: Rennai Hoefer

Photo By: Brian Patrick Flynn

Photo By: Robert Peterson, Rustic White Photography

Photo By: Rennai Hoefer

Snowy Views

Faux snow allows you to enjoy winter wonderland views, without leaving the comfort of your sofa. This spirited living room features a festive, flocked Christmas tree and floor-to-ceiling windows that don snowy, white wreaths.

Delicate, Snow-Dusted Details

This chandelier is dressed to impress out-of-town guests with ribbon-tied, snow-covered pinecones. Add a dusting of white to dainty details throughout your winter design to yield a sophisticated space that carries you well past the holidays, and thru the end of winter.

Festive Frame

Flocked garland frames the inviting front door and sleek garage door at this modern, Washington home. The snowy pine twinkles with Christmas lights and creates cool contrast against the home's inky exterior.

Complimentary (to) Colors

Berry red and forest green are holiday decor staples — but the rest of the year? Not so much. This traditional ivory, blue and gold sitting room shows how a fluffy, flocked tree can elevate a space for the holidays, while complementing your existing color palette and decor.

Extravagant x Elegant

Talk about a White Christmas! This frosty, flocked tree is over-the-top and extravagant without appearing tacky or overdone. The tree is paired with piles of presents, wrapped in silvery-white and gold, for a sophisticated monochromatic scheme.

Sophisticated Winter Table

White-on-white tables with overflowing florals and glowing candles should be your new mainstay for holiday hosting. Snow-covered pinecones and frosted woodsy elements mix with fluffy white blooms to create a wondrous, wintry tablescape ideal for high-style winter soirees.

Elevate Empty Branches

Bare branches just won’t do! We’re smitten with the simplistic style created by the two, icy trees that flank this modern fireplace. Flock store-bought barren trees or branches foraged from your yard, to create wintery accents to use throughout your home.

Tons of Texture

Snow-sprayed garland adds rich texture and holiday appeal to the railings of this outdoor patio. Drape snowy garland around your outdoor entertaining space as a stylish touch that encourages Mother Nature to produce the real thing.

Soften Bold Hues

Pro tip: A flocked tree is the ultimate secret weapon when creating a bold, color-rich Christmas design. The fluffy, white branches take a backseat in this design and simply enhance the rich, royal purple and silver hues on display.

Minimalist Magic

A handful of faux snow adds to the whimsical aesthetic of this delightful, minimalist tablescape. Three modern, millennial pink trees stand tall atop snowy, glass cakestands that are accessorized with just a single pinecone.

Classic in the Making

A neutral color palette works wonders to keep Christmas decorating feeling chic. A flocked tree with simple white, gray, and brown baubles will continue to appear fresh and lovely, year after year.

Spruced-Up Mantel

Sometimes, simple is best. Skip the all the glittery fuss and muss and use natural elements to elevate your space, instead. Textured, snow-dusted greenery and frosted pinecones drape across this classic, white fireplace to create a holiday-ready mantel.

Fire + Ice

There’s something enchanting about the pairing of this roaring, outdoor fireplace with two icy, flocked wreaths and matching iced trees. Use frosty flocked accents in your outdoor space and you may find that you enjoy the warmth and coziness even more.

Seamless Style

The simple, snow-dusted wreaths seen here serve as prime examples of seamless, stylish, seasonal decor. The forest green pine needles are softened by faux snow and complement the cream, emerald and dusty blue hues used throughout the lounge space.

Striking Stairs

Use snow to steal the show on your staircase. This matching, flocked wreath and greenery-and-pinecone garland work together to create a head-turning, holiday display that greets guests upon entering the home.

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