A fall centerpiece is a quick and often simple way to welcome a new season. They don’t all feature pumpkins and the color scheme doesn’t necessarily always cling to the traditional warm fall palette.
In less than five minutes, combining a wreath, a candle, and a glass jar can yield a centerpiece that looks like it took much more effort.
The earth tones and textures of wheat and Indian corn combine for a stunning fall centerpiece when placed in a shallow bowl and shouldn’t take too long to arrange.
Acorns seem like an obvious choice, but not this way. Painted acorns on branches make a long-lasting centerpiece that will carry you from Thanksgiving to Christmas. Simply choose the color scheme that works best with your décor.
So many fall centerpieces feature the warm, autumnal shades of deep yellow, orange, and chocolate brown. This one uses rich cranberries instead to bring Thanksgiving or Christmas to the table.
If you want something simple and you’ve always wondered what you could do with the mini-pumpkins at the grocery store or the pumpkin patch, this is it. Fill a vase with them and add a few long-stemmed flowers in the color of your choice and you’ve got a new centerpiece in five minutes.
Don’t be afraid to experiment in order to create the perfect fall centerpiece for your home.