Next week, I’m sharing my latest fall tablescape, along with some other talented bloggers. Make sure to check-in on Wednesday, September 13 for tons of fall inspiration. In the meantime, here are five fall centerpiece ideas to inspire your fall decor.
Lanterns & Wine Corks
Last year’s fall tablescape featured some cute amber lanterns I picked up at Michael’s. Surrounding the lanterns are wine corks – an easy idea to use all those corks you have sitting around.
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While you’ll see lots of pumpkins in the fall, apples are also a super easy way to create a fall centerpiece. I added a few to my napkin holder in the kitchen, along with a few sprigs of fresh eucalyptus.
Those tiered trays you got as a wedding gift are for more than sweets. Using various elements I had around the house, I layered some various twine balls, faux plants, spray painted pine cones and milk glass for a pretty fall centerpiece.
It’s amazing how much I use these spray painted pine cones. You’ll see them once again next week 🙂 Technically, this was a winter tablescape, but I think the milk glass and pine cones work well for a fall centerpiece too. A few minutes in the yard, and a few more with a can of spray paint and you’ll be good to go! You can find a similar plaid table runner here.
Pumpkins and Flowers
Last, but certainly not least, it’s not fall without pumpkins. I purchased three white pumpkins and mixed them in with some gorgeous hot pink roses from Costco. This table setting is a little more glam than my normal style, but I really wanted to use my grandma’s China for this one. I love the hot pink and white!
What’s your favorite way to decorate for fall?
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