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11 Easy Fall Centerpiece Ideas for your Home

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Here are 11 easy fall centerpiece ideas that you can create for your own home!

We are so excited by how much y’all loved the Celebrating Fall Home Tours yesterday! It seems that you are just as ready for fall as we are. We know that you adore a beautiful home while being budget-friendly, and we wholeheartedly agree. Today we are sharing 11 easy fall centerpiece ideas. You can easily create these looks for your home!

Branching Out

There is nothing easier that creating a centerpiece with branches or leaves from your own yard. You can create greater impact with height. You can see how we used this centerpiece by reading Simple Blue and White Fall Living Room.

What Can You Put Under a Cloche - fall decor such as mini pumpkins

Create a Centerpiece with a Copper Pitcher

This is hands-down one of our most favorite fall centerpiece creations. This copper pitcher filled with hydrangeas makes a big statement. For all of the details visit Blue and White Fall Tablescape.

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Copper Mold Fall Centerpiece

We are always looking for interesting containers to use in our home decor displays and vignettes. When thrifting and antiquing, we are always on the hunt for unique items. We were super fortunate to find copper molds for just $2.oo each! Decorating with Copper Molds is a fun way to showcase your own style and personality. One of the molds we used as a planter for succulents.

Decorating with Copper Molds - Thrifty Style Team

Decorating with Vintage Trophies

Centerpieces do not typically take a lot of effort. Here we used a vintage loving cup trophy as the base. Next, we simply tucked in seasonal berries topped with a wicker pumpkin. This display was perfect for our Blue and White Fall Mantel Decor.

Be Unique

Who doesn’t love a miniature wheelbarrow filled with white raffia pumpkins? Think of unique containers from your own home.

  • silver sugar bowl
  • pitchers
  • wooden bowls
  • trays
  • soup tureens
  • milk bottles
  • antique bottles
  • tulip crates
  • soda crates
Fall Home Tour - Vicki's House

Sunflowers are Always a Good Idea

Our Easy Fall Sunflower Centerpiece truly couldn’t be simpler.

Easy Fall Sunflower Centerpiece looks beautiful in the dining room

What’s in That Drawer?

This gorgeous photo is from Jenn’s Fall Dining Room in her previous home. Two sewing machine drawers were used as the base for antique purple glass bottles. Filled with baby’s breath and wheat stems, this made for a beautiful centerpiece.

Dining Room Fall Decor. Fall home tour.

Fill the Wagon

A sweet miniature wagon was a fun centerpiece. Filled with natural elements – wicker pumpkin, pinecones, raffia and berries – it became the perfect centerpiece.

Painted wagon makeover. Radio flyer toy wagon makeover to farmhouse decor.

Go Big or Go Home

This centerpiece was created with an extra large wooden box a the base. It was over-filled with seasonal elements for a big display.

Please Pass the Oil

Here’s another unique container that you can use. A vintage inspired olive oil crate is perfect for faux fall florals. THIS is a very easy centerpiece to create.

Easy Fall Centerpiece - DIY and pretty

Neutral Fall

Neutral fall decor is so pretty, especially in an early fall display. For this centerpiece an antique Dutch tulip crate was turned upside and used as the base. Pumpkins were placed on top and around the crate.

neutral fall decor

We hope that you have been inspired in some small way today. Have you started decorating for fall?

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One Comment

  1. cottage interior design says:

    5 stars
    Awesome post.

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