When I think of fall the colors that come to mind are warm and neutral. I love deep oranges, reds and yellows too, but soft white and gold are always on the forefront of my mind. I created this warm and neutral fall centerpiece for my kitchen table with items I had at home. I used pieces from various seasons and pulled them together for a very fall look.
I arranged this centerpiece on my industrial wood plank tray, one of my favorite DIY projects of the year. This tray has a rustic look, perfect for the season.
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I love the warm glow of candles on cool days, especially around the dinner table. I used simple glass vases from the dollar store and inexpensive glass votive candles. I filled the vases with dried garbanzo beans to add a rustic neutral touch.
In the tall vase I used some summer twigs, they look great paired with summer decor but can double as a fall decoration when used in a centerpiece like this.
I added a few grapevine balls and pine-cones randomly around the vases to finish off the look.
This centerpiece moves from my kitchen table to my counter and brings a fall look to my whole room. I love how it looks paired with a white and gold table setting, the kind I am planning to use for Thanksgiving this year.
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