6 Ideas For Styling Your Dining Room Table With A Centrepiece
Here are 6 ways you can create a centerpiece on your dining room table that will look great no matter the occasion.
1. Add A Pop Of Color
Bright vases are a great way to bring color into your space and keep the dining room feeling bright even when it’s not being used.
See more photos of this home, here. Designed by LaBor Studio. Photography by Rafael Gamo.
2. Use Flowers
Flowers are the fail-safe way to create a beautiful centerpiece. They add life and color to the room and come in so many different sizes and styles, so no matter the occasion, you’re bound to find some that are perfect for the table.
See more photos of this home, here. House designed by Luigi Rosselli. Interior design by Alexandra Donohoe of Decus. Photography by Justin Alexander.
See more photos of this home, here. Designed by Alterstudio Achitecture. Photography by Casey Dunn.
See more photos of this home, here. Designed by Feldman Architecture. Photography by Joe Fletcher.
3. Use Candles
Candles bring warmth and coziness to a dining room and, depending on how many you use, can be arranged in a number of different ways. Like flowers, they also come in a wide number of sizes and styles so you can decide how you want them on your table.
See more photos of this home, here. Designed by First Lamp. Photography by Tim Bies Photography.
4. Use Sculptures
Unique pieces of art or sculptures can be used as centerpieces that spark conversation and help make your table a reflection of you and your personality. You can have a rotation of art that you use or you can pick a single beautiful piece and keep it on display all the time.
House designed by Aidlin Darling. Interior design by Studio Collins Weir. Photography by Matthew Millman.
See more photos of this home, here. Designed by Robert Bailey.
5. Use A Fruit Bowl
Fruit makes for a colorful centerpiece that constantly changes. Depending on the season you may have apples, oranges, bananas, lemons, limes, pretty much any fruit that you’d have on your counter, but instead it’s on your dining room table. Or you can fill your bowl up with decorative balls or objects depending on the time of year (think Christmas ornaments).
See more photos of this home, here. Designed by Földes & Co. Architects. Photography by Levente Sirokai.
See more photos of this home, here. Designed by JW Architects. Photography by Lara Swimmer.
6. A Tray With The Essentials
Your centerpiece can be both beautiful and functional. A tray that holds the salt and pepper grinders, a few napkins, and a candle or two can look just as great as an artistic sculpture or bouquet of flowers would.
See more photos of this home, here. Designed by Splyce Design. Photography by Ivan Hunter.
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