Artificial Olive Trees from TreeScapes & PlantWorks can be found in shopping centers, hotels, and airports worldwide. They’re especially popular among our domestic restaurant clients, though, and we’ve provided many Artificial Olive Trees for eateries across the country.
We offer two product styles of Artificial Olive Trees: Fabricated Olive Trees and Replica Olive Trees. The Fabricated Olive Trees are entirely man-made. They feature a steel core trunk and sturdy Ultraviolet Inhibited (UVI) UltraLeaf-X® Foliage, and/or Inherently Fire Retardant (IFR) UltraLeaf-IFR® Foliage.
We suggest Fabricated Olive Trees for any exterior project or any project that requires specific dimensions. If you want a larger than life fake tree, Fabricated Trees are the way to go. They also give you the option of custom selecting bark and foliage type, ensuring that you get the exact trees you need.
Replica Olive Trees are also Faux Olive Trees, but they’re made using natural wood trunks. They closely resemble real, living trees in height, foliage, color, and texture. These are not suitable for exterior projects, but they’re perfect for interior design. They also feature UltraLeaf-IFR® Foliage, which makes them an outstanding choice for commercial work.
Once you’ve decided on a product style, you can select the variety of Olive Tree that you’re interested in. We specialize in the creation of both Artificial Black Olive Trees and Artificial Mediterranean Olive Trees. They look distinctly different, but each has elegance and a stately presence.
Our Fabricated Black Olive Trees can be found inside Wurst Beer Garden and Restaurant in Canada. They add warmth and whimsy to the eatery, and they’ve helped turn the location into a popular spot for small weddings. The trees look beautiful in the background of their wedding photos!
Fabricated Mediterranean Olive Trees are one of our distinctive products, and we receive frequent inquiries from people who have spotted them at their favorite hospitality spots. Restoration Hardware (RH) has them on display in many of their rooftop restaurants, including the 3 Arts Club Cafe in Chicago, and Rooftop Restaurant in West Palm Beach.