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People think this $20 bunch of fake natives from Target look just as good as a real bouquet.

There are two types of people in this world: people who are pro fake plants, and those who are not.

However, these $20 faux blooms from Target Australia are here to unite the two camps.

They’re wallet-friendly, are guaranteed to never wilt, and you can choose between a dusky pink, or warm yellow bouquet. Better yet, buy both and combine the two in a vase (like this $15 ceramic option) for a dashing dining table display that looks just as good as the real thing.

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Image: Target Australia.

The flowers are made with wire and polyethylene, and the petals are crafted from a silky fabric, giving them an ultra-realistic look.

Still not convinced? Here's what they look like in situ...

 

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The faux floral bouquets are part of Target's new homewares collection which champions natural fibres and charming floral touches. Think of it as the old English cottage you'd love to one day write your memoir in a la Kate Winslet's Rosehill Cottage from The Holiday.

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Some of the other standout pieces include the Matilda floral quilt cover set ($49), the Kali brown faux leather ottoman ($59), and these gold shell trinket dishes which will set you back just $8.

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We'd be right at home under these covers. Image: Target.
Target fake flowers
So chic. Image: Target.

Do you think these fake natives look as good as the real deal? Tell us in a comment below!

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