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7 Easy Leaf Decorations for Your Fall Table

7 Easy Leaf Decorations for Your Fall Table


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Make your table seasonal and beautiful with nature’s most beautiful accessory

1. Floating Leaf Candles

(Shelterness)

This is an elegant centerpiece that you can pull together in a pinch.

2. Golden Leaf Place Cards

(Radical Possibilities)

For any fall dinner party, this simple and cheap place card accessory with Krylon spray-painted gold leaves will make your table pop.

3. Fall Leaf Centerpiece

(Full House Designs)
Simply accent your centerpiece with fall leaves that can act as seasonal coasters.

4. Hanging Leaves

(Lines Across)

Hang leaves from the light fixture over your table for a beautiful autumnal glow.

5. Leaf Bowl

(Shelterness)

This crafty project is a fabulous fall candy bowl.

6. Stamped Leaf Napkin

(LeButikeSophie)

Stamp napkins or a tablecloth for a chic, modern look.

7. Metallic Leaf Plates

(Wayfair)

These shiny and sweet plates will pull your table together.


32 Gorgeous Fall Centerpiece Ideas To Elevate Your Next Dinner Party

These stunning creations will bring your table to life.

Fall is the perfect time to entertain your nearest and dearest in the comforts of your own home. Delicious food and drinks are obvious must-haves but the real way to wow your guests is with an unbelievably gorgeous centerpiece. By paying extra attention to the dinner table decor, you will inspire your friends and family to relax and take in the autumnal view. You can create a beautiful centerpiece with your style in mind. Components can range from artfully placed seasonal flowers to sculptural pieces in a rich fall color palette. Here are 32 of our favorite fall centerpieces that will make your dinner party one to remember.

In a brightly decorated space, opt for a simple but just as bright centerpiece. Two low glass cylinders filled with deep orange dahlias complement the turquoise and brown design scheme without cluttering the table in this Sagaponack, NY dining room.

Antique crystal candle holders, mother of pearl swans, and silver vases create an elaborate tablescape in Marisa Berenson's Marrakesh home. Bright fuchsia flowers that match the tablecloth are added to punch up the color.

Cream and orange roses break up an all blue design scheme. While the Syrian glassware and vintage plates are gorgeous on their own, the ceramic vase blends beautifully with the tablecloth, allowing the lush flowers to take center stage in this Lebanon mountain home.

In a grand space, use tabletop pieces that are substantial in size so they look proportional to the furniture and room. In this Ellie Cullman designed dining room, a large arrangement of alliums are placed next to a tall gold sculpture to create a statement-making centerpiece.

If traditional fall tones are not your vibe, opt for classic blue and white. Two porcelain Tulipieres add richness to this California cool dining room table.

A trio of ceramic vessels in muted tones makes a subtle statement in this Montecito, CA farmhouse. Fill them with fall fruits and flowers to create a chic and casual arrangement.

Heather Fujikawa of Habitat Studio loves nothing more than a fall table that features an assortment of eye-catching accents. "Mix metals, interchange goblet colors and heights, and add in a mix of candles, greenery, and special touches that will make the table feel warm, welcoming, and lived in," Fujikawa says. "Lean into the look of having an eclectic table, and with the right amount of here and there, it will look intentional, layered and stunning."

A neutral, textured table runner serves as an elegant backdrop for small white gourds, as shown in this dining table by Unexpected Elegance.

A mix of colorful fruits can take a fall dining table to the next level in an instant. For a fall dinner, Twink + Sis decorated a table with white tapered candles along with bunches of grapes, tangerines, pomegranates, and figs.

For a chic, no-fuss centerpiece, go for red berry branches in an elegant silver vase. It's a modern look that adds a sophisticated flair to a dining table. Dining room design by Lorenzo Castillo.

Floral arrangements, including a selection of all-yellow blooms in bud vases, create a focal point in an inviting dining area designed by Emilie Munroe.

You can't go wrong with a simple arrangement of lush greenery as a fall centerpiece, as seen in this airy dining space by Emily Henderson Design. Vary the height of each branch for added visual interest.

Orange is far from groundbreaking for fall, but when paired with blue&mdashlike in this floral arrangement by Amaryllis Floral and Event Design&mdashit'll take your centerpiece to a whole new level. The unexpected combo is great for an early fall fête, to help ease the transition from summer.

At the same event , Amaryllis used fruit and florals in a silver tiered dish, all in shades of orange, and accented with a few sprigs of greenery. Not a bad way to upgrade your usual fruit bowl!

You can't go wrong with classic fall motifs when it comes to a festive centerpiece. Evan Gray of Evan Gray Design opted for bronze pumpkins and candles as the focal point of his tablescape, surrounded by colorful leaves, moss and gourds. The plaid blue napkins add a pop of unexpected color, that really ties the look together.

If you ask us, pink is fitting all year-round. Calyx Floral Design certainly agrees, as displayed in this stunning floral centerpiece that completes the rose gold tablescape. A variety of blooms in blush, purple and peach hues are perfect for bringing some unconventional color to the season.

Believe it or not, Kelly Page of bluegraygal incorporated some deceptive, but fabulous, faux blooms into her manzanita wood centerpiece. Perfect for fall, this arrangement is equal parts rustic and elegant &mdash plus, you can keep it up all season long.

Pears offer a pop of color in a fall setting, and are easy to arrange with foliage for this textured centerpiece by Buckets of Burlap.

A neutral compote allows vibrant flowers to take center stage in this gorgeous centerpiece by Jessica Kettle. To add fall hues to the pastel color palette, surround the flower arrangement with pears and matte gold candlestick holders.

Wild wheat gets an urban, retro twist when wrapped with colorful embroidery floss as in this genius centerpiece from Inspired By Charm.

Simple apples become sophisticated when cushioned by seeded eucalyptus and pillar candles, as displayed in this easy centerpiece by Julie Blanner.

Create an orderly (and easy) centerpiece by alternating small pumpkins with pillar candles like Sophia's Decor did in this festive arrangement.

Artichokes and branches offer a whisper of the wild while still maintaining elegance, as proven by this beautiful centerpiece from The Chronicles of Home.


32 Gorgeous Fall Centerpiece Ideas To Elevate Your Next Dinner Party

These stunning creations will bring your table to life.

Fall is the perfect time to entertain your nearest and dearest in the comforts of your own home. Delicious food and drinks are obvious must-haves but the real way to wow your guests is with an unbelievably gorgeous centerpiece. By paying extra attention to the dinner table decor, you will inspire your friends and family to relax and take in the autumnal view. You can create a beautiful centerpiece with your style in mind. Components can range from artfully placed seasonal flowers to sculptural pieces in a rich fall color palette. Here are 32 of our favorite fall centerpieces that will make your dinner party one to remember.

In a brightly decorated space, opt for a simple but just as bright centerpiece. Two low glass cylinders filled with deep orange dahlias complement the turquoise and brown design scheme without cluttering the table in this Sagaponack, NY dining room.

Antique crystal candle holders, mother of pearl swans, and silver vases create an elaborate tablescape in Marisa Berenson's Marrakesh home. Bright fuchsia flowers that match the tablecloth are added to punch up the color.

Cream and orange roses break up an all blue design scheme. While the Syrian glassware and vintage plates are gorgeous on their own, the ceramic vase blends beautifully with the tablecloth, allowing the lush flowers to take center stage in this Lebanon mountain home.

In a grand space, use tabletop pieces that are substantial in size so they look proportional to the furniture and room. In this Ellie Cullman designed dining room, a large arrangement of alliums are placed next to a tall gold sculpture to create a statement-making centerpiece.

If traditional fall tones are not your vibe, opt for classic blue and white. Two porcelain Tulipieres add richness to this California cool dining room table.

A trio of ceramic vessels in muted tones makes a subtle statement in this Montecito, CA farmhouse. Fill them with fall fruits and flowers to create a chic and casual arrangement.

Heather Fujikawa of Habitat Studio loves nothing more than a fall table that features an assortment of eye-catching accents. "Mix metals, interchange goblet colors and heights, and add in a mix of candles, greenery, and special touches that will make the table feel warm, welcoming, and lived in," Fujikawa says. "Lean into the look of having an eclectic table, and with the right amount of here and there, it will look intentional, layered and stunning."

A neutral, textured table runner serves as an elegant backdrop for small white gourds, as shown in this dining table by Unexpected Elegance.

A mix of colorful fruits can take a fall dining table to the next level in an instant. For a fall dinner, Twink + Sis decorated a table with white tapered candles along with bunches of grapes, tangerines, pomegranates, and figs.

For a chic, no-fuss centerpiece, go for red berry branches in an elegant silver vase. It's a modern look that adds a sophisticated flair to a dining table. Dining room design by Lorenzo Castillo.

Floral arrangements, including a selection of all-yellow blooms in bud vases, create a focal point in an inviting dining area designed by Emilie Munroe.

You can't go wrong with a simple arrangement of lush greenery as a fall centerpiece, as seen in this airy dining space by Emily Henderson Design. Vary the height of each branch for added visual interest.

Orange is far from groundbreaking for fall, but when paired with blue&mdashlike in this floral arrangement by Amaryllis Floral and Event Design&mdashit'll take your centerpiece to a whole new level. The unexpected combo is great for an early fall fête, to help ease the transition from summer.

At the same event , Amaryllis used fruit and florals in a silver tiered dish, all in shades of orange, and accented with a few sprigs of greenery. Not a bad way to upgrade your usual fruit bowl!

You can't go wrong with classic fall motifs when it comes to a festive centerpiece. Evan Gray of Evan Gray Design opted for bronze pumpkins and candles as the focal point of his tablescape, surrounded by colorful leaves, moss and gourds. The plaid blue napkins add a pop of unexpected color, that really ties the look together.

If you ask us, pink is fitting all year-round. Calyx Floral Design certainly agrees, as displayed in this stunning floral centerpiece that completes the rose gold tablescape. A variety of blooms in blush, purple and peach hues are perfect for bringing some unconventional color to the season.

Believe it or not, Kelly Page of bluegraygal incorporated some deceptive, but fabulous, faux blooms into her manzanita wood centerpiece. Perfect for fall, this arrangement is equal parts rustic and elegant &mdash plus, you can keep it up all season long.

Pears offer a pop of color in a fall setting, and are easy to arrange with foliage for this textured centerpiece by Buckets of Burlap.

A neutral compote allows vibrant flowers to take center stage in this gorgeous centerpiece by Jessica Kettle. To add fall hues to the pastel color palette, surround the flower arrangement with pears and matte gold candlestick holders.

Wild wheat gets an urban, retro twist when wrapped with colorful embroidery floss as in this genius centerpiece from Inspired By Charm.

Simple apples become sophisticated when cushioned by seeded eucalyptus and pillar candles, as displayed in this easy centerpiece by Julie Blanner.

Create an orderly (and easy) centerpiece by alternating small pumpkins with pillar candles like Sophia's Decor did in this festive arrangement.

Artichokes and branches offer a whisper of the wild while still maintaining elegance, as proven by this beautiful centerpiece from The Chronicles of Home.


32 Gorgeous Fall Centerpiece Ideas To Elevate Your Next Dinner Party

These stunning creations will bring your table to life.

Fall is the perfect time to entertain your nearest and dearest in the comforts of your own home. Delicious food and drinks are obvious must-haves but the real way to wow your guests is with an unbelievably gorgeous centerpiece. By paying extra attention to the dinner table decor, you will inspire your friends and family to relax and take in the autumnal view. You can create a beautiful centerpiece with your style in mind. Components can range from artfully placed seasonal flowers to sculptural pieces in a rich fall color palette. Here are 32 of our favorite fall centerpieces that will make your dinner party one to remember.

In a brightly decorated space, opt for a simple but just as bright centerpiece. Two low glass cylinders filled with deep orange dahlias complement the turquoise and brown design scheme without cluttering the table in this Sagaponack, NY dining room.

Antique crystal candle holders, mother of pearl swans, and silver vases create an elaborate tablescape in Marisa Berenson's Marrakesh home. Bright fuchsia flowers that match the tablecloth are added to punch up the color.

Cream and orange roses break up an all blue design scheme. While the Syrian glassware and vintage plates are gorgeous on their own, the ceramic vase blends beautifully with the tablecloth, allowing the lush flowers to take center stage in this Lebanon mountain home.

In a grand space, use tabletop pieces that are substantial in size so they look proportional to the furniture and room. In this Ellie Cullman designed dining room, a large arrangement of alliums are placed next to a tall gold sculpture to create a statement-making centerpiece.

If traditional fall tones are not your vibe, opt for classic blue and white. Two porcelain Tulipieres add richness to this California cool dining room table.

A trio of ceramic vessels in muted tones makes a subtle statement in this Montecito, CA farmhouse. Fill them with fall fruits and flowers to create a chic and casual arrangement.

Heather Fujikawa of Habitat Studio loves nothing more than a fall table that features an assortment of eye-catching accents. "Mix metals, interchange goblet colors and heights, and add in a mix of candles, greenery, and special touches that will make the table feel warm, welcoming, and lived in," Fujikawa says. "Lean into the look of having an eclectic table, and with the right amount of here and there, it will look intentional, layered and stunning."

A neutral, textured table runner serves as an elegant backdrop for small white gourds, as shown in this dining table by Unexpected Elegance.

A mix of colorful fruits can take a fall dining table to the next level in an instant. For a fall dinner, Twink + Sis decorated a table with white tapered candles along with bunches of grapes, tangerines, pomegranates, and figs.

For a chic, no-fuss centerpiece, go for red berry branches in an elegant silver vase. It's a modern look that adds a sophisticated flair to a dining table. Dining room design by Lorenzo Castillo.

Floral arrangements, including a selection of all-yellow blooms in bud vases, create a focal point in an inviting dining area designed by Emilie Munroe.

You can't go wrong with a simple arrangement of lush greenery as a fall centerpiece, as seen in this airy dining space by Emily Henderson Design. Vary the height of each branch for added visual interest.

Orange is far from groundbreaking for fall, but when paired with blue&mdashlike in this floral arrangement by Amaryllis Floral and Event Design&mdashit'll take your centerpiece to a whole new level. The unexpected combo is great for an early fall fête, to help ease the transition from summer.

At the same event , Amaryllis used fruit and florals in a silver tiered dish, all in shades of orange, and accented with a few sprigs of greenery. Not a bad way to upgrade your usual fruit bowl!

You can't go wrong with classic fall motifs when it comes to a festive centerpiece. Evan Gray of Evan Gray Design opted for bronze pumpkins and candles as the focal point of his tablescape, surrounded by colorful leaves, moss and gourds. The plaid blue napkins add a pop of unexpected color, that really ties the look together.

If you ask us, pink is fitting all year-round. Calyx Floral Design certainly agrees, as displayed in this stunning floral centerpiece that completes the rose gold tablescape. A variety of blooms in blush, purple and peach hues are perfect for bringing some unconventional color to the season.

Believe it or not, Kelly Page of bluegraygal incorporated some deceptive, but fabulous, faux blooms into her manzanita wood centerpiece. Perfect for fall, this arrangement is equal parts rustic and elegant &mdash plus, you can keep it up all season long.

Pears offer a pop of color in a fall setting, and are easy to arrange with foliage for this textured centerpiece by Buckets of Burlap.

A neutral compote allows vibrant flowers to take center stage in this gorgeous centerpiece by Jessica Kettle. To add fall hues to the pastel color palette, surround the flower arrangement with pears and matte gold candlestick holders.

Wild wheat gets an urban, retro twist when wrapped with colorful embroidery floss as in this genius centerpiece from Inspired By Charm.

Simple apples become sophisticated when cushioned by seeded eucalyptus and pillar candles, as displayed in this easy centerpiece by Julie Blanner.

Create an orderly (and easy) centerpiece by alternating small pumpkins with pillar candles like Sophia's Decor did in this festive arrangement.

Artichokes and branches offer a whisper of the wild while still maintaining elegance, as proven by this beautiful centerpiece from The Chronicles of Home.


32 Gorgeous Fall Centerpiece Ideas To Elevate Your Next Dinner Party

These stunning creations will bring your table to life.

Fall is the perfect time to entertain your nearest and dearest in the comforts of your own home. Delicious food and drinks are obvious must-haves but the real way to wow your guests is with an unbelievably gorgeous centerpiece. By paying extra attention to the dinner table decor, you will inspire your friends and family to relax and take in the autumnal view. You can create a beautiful centerpiece with your style in mind. Components can range from artfully placed seasonal flowers to sculptural pieces in a rich fall color palette. Here are 32 of our favorite fall centerpieces that will make your dinner party one to remember.

In a brightly decorated space, opt for a simple but just as bright centerpiece. Two low glass cylinders filled with deep orange dahlias complement the turquoise and brown design scheme without cluttering the table in this Sagaponack, NY dining room.

Antique crystal candle holders, mother of pearl swans, and silver vases create an elaborate tablescape in Marisa Berenson's Marrakesh home. Bright fuchsia flowers that match the tablecloth are added to punch up the color.

Cream and orange roses break up an all blue design scheme. While the Syrian glassware and vintage plates are gorgeous on their own, the ceramic vase blends beautifully with the tablecloth, allowing the lush flowers to take center stage in this Lebanon mountain home.

In a grand space, use tabletop pieces that are substantial in size so they look proportional to the furniture and room. In this Ellie Cullman designed dining room, a large arrangement of alliums are placed next to a tall gold sculpture to create a statement-making centerpiece.

If traditional fall tones are not your vibe, opt for classic blue and white. Two porcelain Tulipieres add richness to this California cool dining room table.

A trio of ceramic vessels in muted tones makes a subtle statement in this Montecito, CA farmhouse. Fill them with fall fruits and flowers to create a chic and casual arrangement.

Heather Fujikawa of Habitat Studio loves nothing more than a fall table that features an assortment of eye-catching accents. "Mix metals, interchange goblet colors and heights, and add in a mix of candles, greenery, and special touches that will make the table feel warm, welcoming, and lived in," Fujikawa says. "Lean into the look of having an eclectic table, and with the right amount of here and there, it will look intentional, layered and stunning."

A neutral, textured table runner serves as an elegant backdrop for small white gourds, as shown in this dining table by Unexpected Elegance.

A mix of colorful fruits can take a fall dining table to the next level in an instant. For a fall dinner, Twink + Sis decorated a table with white tapered candles along with bunches of grapes, tangerines, pomegranates, and figs.

For a chic, no-fuss centerpiece, go for red berry branches in an elegant silver vase. It's a modern look that adds a sophisticated flair to a dining table. Dining room design by Lorenzo Castillo.

Floral arrangements, including a selection of all-yellow blooms in bud vases, create a focal point in an inviting dining area designed by Emilie Munroe.

You can't go wrong with a simple arrangement of lush greenery as a fall centerpiece, as seen in this airy dining space by Emily Henderson Design. Vary the height of each branch for added visual interest.

Orange is far from groundbreaking for fall, but when paired with blue&mdashlike in this floral arrangement by Amaryllis Floral and Event Design&mdashit'll take your centerpiece to a whole new level. The unexpected combo is great for an early fall fête, to help ease the transition from summer.

At the same event , Amaryllis used fruit and florals in a silver tiered dish, all in shades of orange, and accented with a few sprigs of greenery. Not a bad way to upgrade your usual fruit bowl!

You can't go wrong with classic fall motifs when it comes to a festive centerpiece. Evan Gray of Evan Gray Design opted for bronze pumpkins and candles as the focal point of his tablescape, surrounded by colorful leaves, moss and gourds. The plaid blue napkins add a pop of unexpected color, that really ties the look together.

If you ask us, pink is fitting all year-round. Calyx Floral Design certainly agrees, as displayed in this stunning floral centerpiece that completes the rose gold tablescape. A variety of blooms in blush, purple and peach hues are perfect for bringing some unconventional color to the season.

Believe it or not, Kelly Page of bluegraygal incorporated some deceptive, but fabulous, faux blooms into her manzanita wood centerpiece. Perfect for fall, this arrangement is equal parts rustic and elegant &mdash plus, you can keep it up all season long.

Pears offer a pop of color in a fall setting, and are easy to arrange with foliage for this textured centerpiece by Buckets of Burlap.

A neutral compote allows vibrant flowers to take center stage in this gorgeous centerpiece by Jessica Kettle. To add fall hues to the pastel color palette, surround the flower arrangement with pears and matte gold candlestick holders.

Wild wheat gets an urban, retro twist when wrapped with colorful embroidery floss as in this genius centerpiece from Inspired By Charm.

Simple apples become sophisticated when cushioned by seeded eucalyptus and pillar candles, as displayed in this easy centerpiece by Julie Blanner.

Create an orderly (and easy) centerpiece by alternating small pumpkins with pillar candles like Sophia's Decor did in this festive arrangement.

Artichokes and branches offer a whisper of the wild while still maintaining elegance, as proven by this beautiful centerpiece from The Chronicles of Home.


32 Gorgeous Fall Centerpiece Ideas To Elevate Your Next Dinner Party

These stunning creations will bring your table to life.

Fall is the perfect time to entertain your nearest and dearest in the comforts of your own home. Delicious food and drinks are obvious must-haves but the real way to wow your guests is with an unbelievably gorgeous centerpiece. By paying extra attention to the dinner table decor, you will inspire your friends and family to relax and take in the autumnal view. You can create a beautiful centerpiece with your style in mind. Components can range from artfully placed seasonal flowers to sculptural pieces in a rich fall color palette. Here are 32 of our favorite fall centerpieces that will make your dinner party one to remember.

In a brightly decorated space, opt for a simple but just as bright centerpiece. Two low glass cylinders filled with deep orange dahlias complement the turquoise and brown design scheme without cluttering the table in this Sagaponack, NY dining room.

Antique crystal candle holders, mother of pearl swans, and silver vases create an elaborate tablescape in Marisa Berenson's Marrakesh home. Bright fuchsia flowers that match the tablecloth are added to punch up the color.

Cream and orange roses break up an all blue design scheme. While the Syrian glassware and vintage plates are gorgeous on their own, the ceramic vase blends beautifully with the tablecloth, allowing the lush flowers to take center stage in this Lebanon mountain home.

In a grand space, use tabletop pieces that are substantial in size so they look proportional to the furniture and room. In this Ellie Cullman designed dining room, a large arrangement of alliums are placed next to a tall gold sculpture to create a statement-making centerpiece.

If traditional fall tones are not your vibe, opt for classic blue and white. Two porcelain Tulipieres add richness to this California cool dining room table.

A trio of ceramic vessels in muted tones makes a subtle statement in this Montecito, CA farmhouse. Fill them with fall fruits and flowers to create a chic and casual arrangement.

Heather Fujikawa of Habitat Studio loves nothing more than a fall table that features an assortment of eye-catching accents. "Mix metals, interchange goblet colors and heights, and add in a mix of candles, greenery, and special touches that will make the table feel warm, welcoming, and lived in," Fujikawa says. "Lean into the look of having an eclectic table, and with the right amount of here and there, it will look intentional, layered and stunning."

A neutral, textured table runner serves as an elegant backdrop for small white gourds, as shown in this dining table by Unexpected Elegance.

A mix of colorful fruits can take a fall dining table to the next level in an instant. For a fall dinner, Twink + Sis decorated a table with white tapered candles along with bunches of grapes, tangerines, pomegranates, and figs.

For a chic, no-fuss centerpiece, go for red berry branches in an elegant silver vase. It's a modern look that adds a sophisticated flair to a dining table. Dining room design by Lorenzo Castillo.

Floral arrangements, including a selection of all-yellow blooms in bud vases, create a focal point in an inviting dining area designed by Emilie Munroe.

You can't go wrong with a simple arrangement of lush greenery as a fall centerpiece, as seen in this airy dining space by Emily Henderson Design. Vary the height of each branch for added visual interest.

Orange is far from groundbreaking for fall, but when paired with blue&mdashlike in this floral arrangement by Amaryllis Floral and Event Design&mdashit'll take your centerpiece to a whole new level. The unexpected combo is great for an early fall fête, to help ease the transition from summer.

At the same event , Amaryllis used fruit and florals in a silver tiered dish, all in shades of orange, and accented with a few sprigs of greenery. Not a bad way to upgrade your usual fruit bowl!

You can't go wrong with classic fall motifs when it comes to a festive centerpiece. Evan Gray of Evan Gray Design opted for bronze pumpkins and candles as the focal point of his tablescape, surrounded by colorful leaves, moss and gourds. The plaid blue napkins add a pop of unexpected color, that really ties the look together.

If you ask us, pink is fitting all year-round. Calyx Floral Design certainly agrees, as displayed in this stunning floral centerpiece that completes the rose gold tablescape. A variety of blooms in blush, purple and peach hues are perfect for bringing some unconventional color to the season.

Believe it or not, Kelly Page of bluegraygal incorporated some deceptive, but fabulous, faux blooms into her manzanita wood centerpiece. Perfect for fall, this arrangement is equal parts rustic and elegant &mdash plus, you can keep it up all season long.

Pears offer a pop of color in a fall setting, and are easy to arrange with foliage for this textured centerpiece by Buckets of Burlap.

A neutral compote allows vibrant flowers to take center stage in this gorgeous centerpiece by Jessica Kettle. To add fall hues to the pastel color palette, surround the flower arrangement with pears and matte gold candlestick holders.

Wild wheat gets an urban, retro twist when wrapped with colorful embroidery floss as in this genius centerpiece from Inspired By Charm.

Simple apples become sophisticated when cushioned by seeded eucalyptus and pillar candles, as displayed in this easy centerpiece by Julie Blanner.

Create an orderly (and easy) centerpiece by alternating small pumpkins with pillar candles like Sophia's Decor did in this festive arrangement.

Artichokes and branches offer a whisper of the wild while still maintaining elegance, as proven by this beautiful centerpiece from The Chronicles of Home.


32 Gorgeous Fall Centerpiece Ideas To Elevate Your Next Dinner Party

These stunning creations will bring your table to life.

Fall is the perfect time to entertain your nearest and dearest in the comforts of your own home. Delicious food and drinks are obvious must-haves but the real way to wow your guests is with an unbelievably gorgeous centerpiece. By paying extra attention to the dinner table decor, you will inspire your friends and family to relax and take in the autumnal view. You can create a beautiful centerpiece with your style in mind. Components can range from artfully placed seasonal flowers to sculptural pieces in a rich fall color palette. Here are 32 of our favorite fall centerpieces that will make your dinner party one to remember.

In a brightly decorated space, opt for a simple but just as bright centerpiece. Two low glass cylinders filled with deep orange dahlias complement the turquoise and brown design scheme without cluttering the table in this Sagaponack, NY dining room.

Antique crystal candle holders, mother of pearl swans, and silver vases create an elaborate tablescape in Marisa Berenson's Marrakesh home. Bright fuchsia flowers that match the tablecloth are added to punch up the color.

Cream and orange roses break up an all blue design scheme. While the Syrian glassware and vintage plates are gorgeous on their own, the ceramic vase blends beautifully with the tablecloth, allowing the lush flowers to take center stage in this Lebanon mountain home.

In a grand space, use tabletop pieces that are substantial in size so they look proportional to the furniture and room. In this Ellie Cullman designed dining room, a large arrangement of alliums are placed next to a tall gold sculpture to create a statement-making centerpiece.

If traditional fall tones are not your vibe, opt for classic blue and white. Two porcelain Tulipieres add richness to this California cool dining room table.

A trio of ceramic vessels in muted tones makes a subtle statement in this Montecito, CA farmhouse. Fill them with fall fruits and flowers to create a chic and casual arrangement.

Heather Fujikawa of Habitat Studio loves nothing more than a fall table that features an assortment of eye-catching accents. "Mix metals, interchange goblet colors and heights, and add in a mix of candles, greenery, and special touches that will make the table feel warm, welcoming, and lived in," Fujikawa says. "Lean into the look of having an eclectic table, and with the right amount of here and there, it will look intentional, layered and stunning."

A neutral, textured table runner serves as an elegant backdrop for small white gourds, as shown in this dining table by Unexpected Elegance.

A mix of colorful fruits can take a fall dining table to the next level in an instant. For a fall dinner, Twink + Sis decorated a table with white tapered candles along with bunches of grapes, tangerines, pomegranates, and figs.

For a chic, no-fuss centerpiece, go for red berry branches in an elegant silver vase. It's a modern look that adds a sophisticated flair to a dining table. Dining room design by Lorenzo Castillo.

Floral arrangements, including a selection of all-yellow blooms in bud vases, create a focal point in an inviting dining area designed by Emilie Munroe.

You can't go wrong with a simple arrangement of lush greenery as a fall centerpiece, as seen in this airy dining space by Emily Henderson Design. Vary the height of each branch for added visual interest.

Orange is far from groundbreaking for fall, but when paired with blue&mdashlike in this floral arrangement by Amaryllis Floral and Event Design&mdashit'll take your centerpiece to a whole new level. The unexpected combo is great for an early fall fête, to help ease the transition from summer.

At the same event , Amaryllis used fruit and florals in a silver tiered dish, all in shades of orange, and accented with a few sprigs of greenery. Not a bad way to upgrade your usual fruit bowl!

You can't go wrong with classic fall motifs when it comes to a festive centerpiece. Evan Gray of Evan Gray Design opted for bronze pumpkins and candles as the focal point of his tablescape, surrounded by colorful leaves, moss and gourds. The plaid blue napkins add a pop of unexpected color, that really ties the look together.

If you ask us, pink is fitting all year-round. Calyx Floral Design certainly agrees, as displayed in this stunning floral centerpiece that completes the rose gold tablescape. A variety of blooms in blush, purple and peach hues are perfect for bringing some unconventional color to the season.

Believe it or not, Kelly Page of bluegraygal incorporated some deceptive, but fabulous, faux blooms into her manzanita wood centerpiece. Perfect for fall, this arrangement is equal parts rustic and elegant &mdash plus, you can keep it up all season long.

Pears offer a pop of color in a fall setting, and are easy to arrange with foliage for this textured centerpiece by Buckets of Burlap.

A neutral compote allows vibrant flowers to take center stage in this gorgeous centerpiece by Jessica Kettle. To add fall hues to the pastel color palette, surround the flower arrangement with pears and matte gold candlestick holders.

Wild wheat gets an urban, retro twist when wrapped with colorful embroidery floss as in this genius centerpiece from Inspired By Charm.

Simple apples become sophisticated when cushioned by seeded eucalyptus and pillar candles, as displayed in this easy centerpiece by Julie Blanner.

Create an orderly (and easy) centerpiece by alternating small pumpkins with pillar candles like Sophia's Decor did in this festive arrangement.

Artichokes and branches offer a whisper of the wild while still maintaining elegance, as proven by this beautiful centerpiece from The Chronicles of Home.


32 Gorgeous Fall Centerpiece Ideas To Elevate Your Next Dinner Party

These stunning creations will bring your table to life.

Fall is the perfect time to entertain your nearest and dearest in the comforts of your own home. Delicious food and drinks are obvious must-haves but the real way to wow your guests is with an unbelievably gorgeous centerpiece. By paying extra attention to the dinner table decor, you will inspire your friends and family to relax and take in the autumnal view. You can create a beautiful centerpiece with your style in mind. Components can range from artfully placed seasonal flowers to sculptural pieces in a rich fall color palette. Here are 32 of our favorite fall centerpieces that will make your dinner party one to remember.

In a brightly decorated space, opt for a simple but just as bright centerpiece. Two low glass cylinders filled with deep orange dahlias complement the turquoise and brown design scheme without cluttering the table in this Sagaponack, NY dining room.

Antique crystal candle holders, mother of pearl swans, and silver vases create an elaborate tablescape in Marisa Berenson's Marrakesh home. Bright fuchsia flowers that match the tablecloth are added to punch up the color.

Cream and orange roses break up an all blue design scheme. While the Syrian glassware and vintage plates are gorgeous on their own, the ceramic vase blends beautifully with the tablecloth, allowing the lush flowers to take center stage in this Lebanon mountain home.

In a grand space, use tabletop pieces that are substantial in size so they look proportional to the furniture and room. In this Ellie Cullman designed dining room, a large arrangement of alliums are placed next to a tall gold sculpture to create a statement-making centerpiece.

If traditional fall tones are not your vibe, opt for classic blue and white. Two porcelain Tulipieres add richness to this California cool dining room table.

A trio of ceramic vessels in muted tones makes a subtle statement in this Montecito, CA farmhouse. Fill them with fall fruits and flowers to create a chic and casual arrangement.

Heather Fujikawa of Habitat Studio loves nothing more than a fall table that features an assortment of eye-catching accents. "Mix metals, interchange goblet colors and heights, and add in a mix of candles, greenery, and special touches that will make the table feel warm, welcoming, and lived in," Fujikawa says. "Lean into the look of having an eclectic table, and with the right amount of here and there, it will look intentional, layered and stunning."

A neutral, textured table runner serves as an elegant backdrop for small white gourds, as shown in this dining table by Unexpected Elegance.

A mix of colorful fruits can take a fall dining table to the next level in an instant. For a fall dinner, Twink + Sis decorated a table with white tapered candles along with bunches of grapes, tangerines, pomegranates, and figs.

For a chic, no-fuss centerpiece, go for red berry branches in an elegant silver vase. It's a modern look that adds a sophisticated flair to a dining table. Dining room design by Lorenzo Castillo.

Floral arrangements, including a selection of all-yellow blooms in bud vases, create a focal point in an inviting dining area designed by Emilie Munroe.

You can't go wrong with a simple arrangement of lush greenery as a fall centerpiece, as seen in this airy dining space by Emily Henderson Design. Vary the height of each branch for added visual interest.

Orange is far from groundbreaking for fall, but when paired with blue&mdashlike in this floral arrangement by Amaryllis Floral and Event Design&mdashit'll take your centerpiece to a whole new level. The unexpected combo is great for an early fall fête, to help ease the transition from summer.

At the same event , Amaryllis used fruit and florals in a silver tiered dish, all in shades of orange, and accented with a few sprigs of greenery. Not a bad way to upgrade your usual fruit bowl!

You can't go wrong with classic fall motifs when it comes to a festive centerpiece. Evan Gray of Evan Gray Design opted for bronze pumpkins and candles as the focal point of his tablescape, surrounded by colorful leaves, moss and gourds. The plaid blue napkins add a pop of unexpected color, that really ties the look together.

If you ask us, pink is fitting all year-round. Calyx Floral Design certainly agrees, as displayed in this stunning floral centerpiece that completes the rose gold tablescape. A variety of blooms in blush, purple and peach hues are perfect for bringing some unconventional color to the season.

Believe it or not, Kelly Page of bluegraygal incorporated some deceptive, but fabulous, faux blooms into her manzanita wood centerpiece. Perfect for fall, this arrangement is equal parts rustic and elegant &mdash plus, you can keep it up all season long.

Pears offer a pop of color in a fall setting, and are easy to arrange with foliage for this textured centerpiece by Buckets of Burlap.

A neutral compote allows vibrant flowers to take center stage in this gorgeous centerpiece by Jessica Kettle. To add fall hues to the pastel color palette, surround the flower arrangement with pears and matte gold candlestick holders.

Wild wheat gets an urban, retro twist when wrapped with colorful embroidery floss as in this genius centerpiece from Inspired By Charm.

Simple apples become sophisticated when cushioned by seeded eucalyptus and pillar candles, as displayed in this easy centerpiece by Julie Blanner.

Create an orderly (and easy) centerpiece by alternating small pumpkins with pillar candles like Sophia's Decor did in this festive arrangement.

Artichokes and branches offer a whisper of the wild while still maintaining elegance, as proven by this beautiful centerpiece from The Chronicles of Home.


32 Gorgeous Fall Centerpiece Ideas To Elevate Your Next Dinner Party

These stunning creations will bring your table to life.

Fall is the perfect time to entertain your nearest and dearest in the comforts of your own home. Delicious food and drinks are obvious must-haves but the real way to wow your guests is with an unbelievably gorgeous centerpiece. By paying extra attention to the dinner table decor, you will inspire your friends and family to relax and take in the autumnal view. You can create a beautiful centerpiece with your style in mind. Components can range from artfully placed seasonal flowers to sculptural pieces in a rich fall color palette. Here are 32 of our favorite fall centerpieces that will make your dinner party one to remember.

In a brightly decorated space, opt for a simple but just as bright centerpiece. Two low glass cylinders filled with deep orange dahlias complement the turquoise and brown design scheme without cluttering the table in this Sagaponack, NY dining room.

Antique crystal candle holders, mother of pearl swans, and silver vases create an elaborate tablescape in Marisa Berenson's Marrakesh home. Bright fuchsia flowers that match the tablecloth are added to punch up the color.

Cream and orange roses break up an all blue design scheme. While the Syrian glassware and vintage plates are gorgeous on their own, the ceramic vase blends beautifully with the tablecloth, allowing the lush flowers to take center stage in this Lebanon mountain home.

In a grand space, use tabletop pieces that are substantial in size so they look proportional to the furniture and room. In this Ellie Cullman designed dining room, a large arrangement of alliums are placed next to a tall gold sculpture to create a statement-making centerpiece.

If traditional fall tones are not your vibe, opt for classic blue and white. Two porcelain Tulipieres add richness to this California cool dining room table.

A trio of ceramic vessels in muted tones makes a subtle statement in this Montecito, CA farmhouse. Fill them with fall fruits and flowers to create a chic and casual arrangement.

Heather Fujikawa of Habitat Studio loves nothing more than a fall table that features an assortment of eye-catching accents. "Mix metals, interchange goblet colors and heights, and add in a mix of candles, greenery, and special touches that will make the table feel warm, welcoming, and lived in," Fujikawa says. "Lean into the look of having an eclectic table, and with the right amount of here and there, it will look intentional, layered and stunning."

A neutral, textured table runner serves as an elegant backdrop for small white gourds, as shown in this dining table by Unexpected Elegance.

A mix of colorful fruits can take a fall dining table to the next level in an instant. For a fall dinner, Twink + Sis decorated a table with white tapered candles along with bunches of grapes, tangerines, pomegranates, and figs.

For a chic, no-fuss centerpiece, go for red berry branches in an elegant silver vase. It's a modern look that adds a sophisticated flair to a dining table. Dining room design by Lorenzo Castillo.

Floral arrangements, including a selection of all-yellow blooms in bud vases, create a focal point in an inviting dining area designed by Emilie Munroe.

You can't go wrong with a simple arrangement of lush greenery as a fall centerpiece, as seen in this airy dining space by Emily Henderson Design. Vary the height of each branch for added visual interest.

Orange is far from groundbreaking for fall, but when paired with blue&mdashlike in this floral arrangement by Amaryllis Floral and Event Design&mdashit'll take your centerpiece to a whole new level. The unexpected combo is great for an early fall fête, to help ease the transition from summer.

At the same event , Amaryllis used fruit and florals in a silver tiered dish, all in shades of orange, and accented with a few sprigs of greenery. Not a bad way to upgrade your usual fruit bowl!

You can't go wrong with classic fall motifs when it comes to a festive centerpiece. Evan Gray of Evan Gray Design opted for bronze pumpkins and candles as the focal point of his tablescape, surrounded by colorful leaves, moss and gourds. The plaid blue napkins add a pop of unexpected color, that really ties the look together.

If you ask us, pink is fitting all year-round. Calyx Floral Design certainly agrees, as displayed in this stunning floral centerpiece that completes the rose gold tablescape. A variety of blooms in blush, purple and peach hues are perfect for bringing some unconventional color to the season.

Believe it or not, Kelly Page of bluegraygal incorporated some deceptive, but fabulous, faux blooms into her manzanita wood centerpiece. Perfect for fall, this arrangement is equal parts rustic and elegant &mdash plus, you can keep it up all season long.

Pears offer a pop of color in a fall setting, and are easy to arrange with foliage for this textured centerpiece by Buckets of Burlap.

A neutral compote allows vibrant flowers to take center stage in this gorgeous centerpiece by Jessica Kettle. To add fall hues to the pastel color palette, surround the flower arrangement with pears and matte gold candlestick holders.

Wild wheat gets an urban, retro twist when wrapped with colorful embroidery floss as in this genius centerpiece from Inspired By Charm.

Simple apples become sophisticated when cushioned by seeded eucalyptus and pillar candles, as displayed in this easy centerpiece by Julie Blanner.

Create an orderly (and easy) centerpiece by alternating small pumpkins with pillar candles like Sophia's Decor did in this festive arrangement.

Artichokes and branches offer a whisper of the wild while still maintaining elegance, as proven by this beautiful centerpiece from The Chronicles of Home.


32 Gorgeous Fall Centerpiece Ideas To Elevate Your Next Dinner Party

These stunning creations will bring your table to life.

Fall is the perfect time to entertain your nearest and dearest in the comforts of your own home. Delicious food and drinks are obvious must-haves but the real way to wow your guests is with an unbelievably gorgeous centerpiece. By paying extra attention to the dinner table decor, you will inspire your friends and family to relax and take in the autumnal view. You can create a beautiful centerpiece with your style in mind. Components can range from artfully placed seasonal flowers to sculptural pieces in a rich fall color palette. Here are 32 of our favorite fall centerpieces that will make your dinner party one to remember.

In a brightly decorated space, opt for a simple but just as bright centerpiece. Two low glass cylinders filled with deep orange dahlias complement the turquoise and brown design scheme without cluttering the table in this Sagaponack, NY dining room.

Antique crystal candle holders, mother of pearl swans, and silver vases create an elaborate tablescape in Marisa Berenson's Marrakesh home. Bright fuchsia flowers that match the tablecloth are added to punch up the color.

Cream and orange roses break up an all blue design scheme. While the Syrian glassware and vintage plates are gorgeous on their own, the ceramic vase blends beautifully with the tablecloth, allowing the lush flowers to take center stage in this Lebanon mountain home.

In a grand space, use tabletop pieces that are substantial in size so they look proportional to the furniture and room. In this Ellie Cullman designed dining room, a large arrangement of alliums are placed next to a tall gold sculpture to create a statement-making centerpiece.

If traditional fall tones are not your vibe, opt for classic blue and white. Two porcelain Tulipieres add richness to this California cool dining room table.

A trio of ceramic vessels in muted tones makes a subtle statement in this Montecito, CA farmhouse. Fill them with fall fruits and flowers to create a chic and casual arrangement.

Heather Fujikawa of Habitat Studio loves nothing more than a fall table that features an assortment of eye-catching accents. "Mix metals, interchange goblet colors and heights, and add in a mix of candles, greenery, and special touches that will make the table feel warm, welcoming, and lived in," Fujikawa says. "Lean into the look of having an eclectic table, and with the right amount of here and there, it will look intentional, layered and stunning."

A neutral, textured table runner serves as an elegant backdrop for small white gourds, as shown in this dining table by Unexpected Elegance.

A mix of colorful fruits can take a fall dining table to the next level in an instant. For a fall dinner, Twink + Sis decorated a table with white tapered candles along with bunches of grapes, tangerines, pomegranates, and figs.

For a chic, no-fuss centerpiece, go for red berry branches in an elegant silver vase. It's a modern look that adds a sophisticated flair to a dining table. Dining room design by Lorenzo Castillo.

Floral arrangements, including a selection of all-yellow blooms in bud vases, create a focal point in an inviting dining area designed by Emilie Munroe.

You can't go wrong with a simple arrangement of lush greenery as a fall centerpiece, as seen in this airy dining space by Emily Henderson Design. Vary the height of each branch for added visual interest.

Orange is far from groundbreaking for fall, but when paired with blue&mdashlike in this floral arrangement by Amaryllis Floral and Event Design&mdashit'll take your centerpiece to a whole new level. The unexpected combo is great for an early fall fête, to help ease the transition from summer.

At the same event , Amaryllis used fruit and florals in a silver tiered dish, all in shades of orange, and accented with a few sprigs of greenery. Not a bad way to upgrade your usual fruit bowl!

You can't go wrong with classic fall motifs when it comes to a festive centerpiece. Evan Gray of Evan Gray Design opted for bronze pumpkins and candles as the focal point of his tablescape, surrounded by colorful leaves, moss and gourds. The plaid blue napkins add a pop of unexpected color, that really ties the look together.

If you ask us, pink is fitting all year-round. Calyx Floral Design certainly agrees, as displayed in this stunning floral centerpiece that completes the rose gold tablescape. A variety of blooms in blush, purple and peach hues are perfect for bringing some unconventional color to the season.

Believe it or not, Kelly Page of bluegraygal incorporated some deceptive, but fabulous, faux blooms into her manzanita wood centerpiece. Perfect for fall, this arrangement is equal parts rustic and elegant &mdash plus, you can keep it up all season long.

Pears offer a pop of color in a fall setting, and are easy to arrange with foliage for this textured centerpiece by Buckets of Burlap.

A neutral compote allows vibrant flowers to take center stage in this gorgeous centerpiece by Jessica Kettle. To add fall hues to the pastel color palette, surround the flower arrangement with pears and matte gold candlestick holders.

Wild wheat gets an urban, retro twist when wrapped with colorful embroidery floss as in this genius centerpiece from Inspired By Charm.

Simple apples become sophisticated when cushioned by seeded eucalyptus and pillar candles, as displayed in this easy centerpiece by Julie Blanner.

Create an orderly (and easy) centerpiece by alternating small pumpkins with pillar candles like Sophia's Decor did in this festive arrangement.

Artichokes and branches offer a whisper of the wild while still maintaining elegance, as proven by this beautiful centerpiece from The Chronicles of Home.


32 Gorgeous Fall Centerpiece Ideas To Elevate Your Next Dinner Party

These stunning creations will bring your table to life.

Fall is the perfect time to entertain your nearest and dearest in the comforts of your own home. Delicious food and drinks are obvious must-haves but the real way to wow your guests is with an unbelievably gorgeous centerpiece. By paying extra attention to the dinner table decor, you will inspire your friends and family to relax and take in the autumnal view. You can create a beautiful centerpiece with your style in mind. Components can range from artfully placed seasonal flowers to sculptural pieces in a rich fall color palette. Here are 32 of our favorite fall centerpieces that will make your dinner party one to remember.

In a brightly decorated space, opt for a simple but just as bright centerpiece. Two low glass cylinders filled with deep orange dahlias complement the turquoise and brown design scheme without cluttering the table in this Sagaponack, NY dining room.

Antique crystal candle holders, mother of pearl swans, and silver vases create an elaborate tablescape in Marisa Berenson's Marrakesh home. Bright fuchsia flowers that match the tablecloth are added to punch up the color.

Cream and orange roses break up an all blue design scheme. While the Syrian glassware and vintage plates are gorgeous on their own, the ceramic vase blends beautifully with the tablecloth, allowing the lush flowers to take center stage in this Lebanon mountain home.

In a grand space, use tabletop pieces that are substantial in size so they look proportional to the furniture and room. In this Ellie Cullman designed dining room, a large arrangement of alliums are placed next to a tall gold sculpture to create a statement-making centerpiece.

If traditional fall tones are not your vibe, opt for classic blue and white. Two porcelain Tulipieres add richness to this California cool dining room table.

A trio of ceramic vessels in muted tones makes a subtle statement in this Montecito, CA farmhouse. Fill them with fall fruits and flowers to create a chic and casual arrangement.

Heather Fujikawa of Habitat Studio loves nothing more than a fall table that features an assortment of eye-catching accents. "Mix metals, interchange goblet colors and heights, and add in a mix of candles, greenery, and special touches that will make the table feel warm, welcoming, and lived in," Fujikawa says. "Lean into the look of having an eclectic table, and with the right amount of here and there, it will look intentional, layered and stunning."

A neutral, textured table runner serves as an elegant backdrop for small white gourds, as shown in this dining table by Unexpected Elegance.

A mix of colorful fruits can take a fall dining table to the next level in an instant. For a fall dinner, Twink + Sis decorated a table with white tapered candles along with bunches of grapes, tangerines, pomegranates, and figs.

For a chic, no-fuss centerpiece, go for red berry branches in an elegant silver vase. It's a modern look that adds a sophisticated flair to a dining table. Dining room design by Lorenzo Castillo.

Floral arrangements, including a selection of all-yellow blooms in bud vases, create a focal point in an inviting dining area designed by Emilie Munroe.

You can't go wrong with a simple arrangement of lush greenery as a fall centerpiece, as seen in this airy dining space by Emily Henderson Design. Vary the height of each branch for added visual interest.

Orange is far from groundbreaking for fall, but when paired with blue&mdashlike in this floral arrangement by Amaryllis Floral and Event Design&mdashit'll take your centerpiece to a whole new level. The unexpected combo is great for an early fall fête, to help ease the transition from summer.

At the same event , Amaryllis used fruit and florals in a silver tiered dish, all in shades of orange, and accented with a few sprigs of greenery. Not a bad way to upgrade your usual fruit bowl!

You can't go wrong with classic fall motifs when it comes to a festive centerpiece. Evan Gray of Evan Gray Design opted for bronze pumpkins and candles as the focal point of his tablescape, surrounded by colorful leaves, moss and gourds. The plaid blue napkins add a pop of unexpected color, that really ties the look together.

If you ask us, pink is fitting all year-round. Calyx Floral Design certainly agrees, as displayed in this stunning floral centerpiece that completes the rose gold tablescape. A variety of blooms in blush, purple and peach hues are perfect for bringing some unconventional color to the season.

Believe it or not, Kelly Page of bluegraygal incorporated some deceptive, but fabulous, faux blooms into her manzanita wood centerpiece. Perfect for fall, this arrangement is equal parts rustic and elegant &mdash plus, you can keep it up all season long.

Pears offer a pop of color in a fall setting, and are easy to arrange with foliage for this textured centerpiece by Buckets of Burlap.

A neutral compote allows vibrant flowers to take center stage in this gorgeous centerpiece by Jessica Kettle. To add fall hues to the pastel color palette, surround the flower arrangement with pears and matte gold candlestick holders.

Wild wheat gets an urban, retro twist when wrapped with colorful embroidery floss as in this genius centerpiece from Inspired By Charm.

Simple apples become sophisticated when cushioned by seeded eucalyptus and pillar candles, as displayed in this easy centerpiece by Julie Blanner.

Create an orderly (and easy) centerpiece by alternating small pumpkins with pillar candles like Sophia's Decor did in this festive arrangement.

Artichokes and branches offer a whisper of the wild while still maintaining elegance, as proven by this beautiful centerpiece from The Chronicles of Home.


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