Every table needs a centerpiece to bring in visual interest and make the table feel complete. These dining table centerpiece ideas will inspire you to get creative with your tablescape.
Who doesn’t love an all neutral dining table centerpiece?! All of the monochromatic neutrals are soft and calming without overpowering the space.
The texture and subtle patterns of the neutral decor make the space feel cozy as well.
Save money on floral and use fake eucalyptus leaves, led candles, and brass decor. I decorated this modern dining table centerpiece on a tight budget for a bridal shower.
Get creative with items that you have on hand, shop Facebook marketplace or thrift stores for deals. If you know a friend that had a wedding recently, ask to borrow or rent decor from them.
Wood Bowl Centerpiece
A wood bowl is simple and can be decorated in a number of way. Add a little greenery to the bowl to bring in texture and color.
The greenery can be swapped out each season to change the look and keep things interesting.
For instance in the winter you could add pine cones and evergreen or add a mixture of pumpkins for fall.
A rustic winter centerpiece will give anyone the Hallmark movie feels. This beautiful table is decorated in winter white, evergreen, and wood elements.
All neutral winter decor is so subtle, that you might find yourself keeping these decorations up way after the holidays are over.
Using a cake stand adds height to the centerpiece and defines the space. Without a cake stand on this table, these items would look out of place.
These DIY fall decor dining table centerpieces were made from coconut milk bottles. Learn how to make your own fall tablescape with items you have on hand.
A variety of floral looks beautiful for any season, but these bright colors make this table spring ready.
Mixing in various colors, heights, and shapes make this dining table centerpiece visually pleasing and interesting.
This modern farmhouse dining table centerpiece is simple, clean, but still remains interesting thanks to the texture. Sheyenne of Stripped.and.styled duped this vase with an easy diy project.
Using candles adds height and the colors of the candles help tie in the color scheme. A long table always looks best with a little height to help make the table feel more full.