Simple Fall Centerpiece

Can you believe fall is here already? In several of the places we’ve lived there was no such thing as fall (looking at you Hawaii). And while it doesn’t quite feel like fall yet, all of the fall decorations in the stores and the inspiration on the blogosphere have really gotten me into the spirit.

Fall Centerpiece

Simple Fall Centerpiece

I put together this romantic centerpiece using a lot of items I already had with a couple new things mixed in.

Simple Fall Centerpiece

For the ultimate fall feel I put some pinecones in a glass hurricane (can you believe I had to actually buy these pinecones?). I filled a couple mason jars with different things. One has a few glittered pumpkins. The other has dried putka pods, which I had never seen before but are perfect for fall. For a little embellishment I used some gold lace ribbon. The pillars I’ve had for years. They used to be black but I spray painted them white a few months ago. They are so versatile, they are always in use somewhere in the house. For the runner I just added a few fabric rosettes to a strip of burlap.

Simple Fall Centerpiece

This centerpiece has such a romantic feel to me with the white pillars, fabric rosettes, and lace ribbon detail.

Simple Fall Centerpiece

See how simple that is? Because I used what I already had, the total cost was approximately $11.00 give or take a few cents. I’m so pleased with the way it turned out, classic, romantic, and it is definitely feeling a bit more like fall around here.

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  1. WOW do I love this centerpiece! We don’t have a formal dining room, just an eat-in kitchen, so I might do a smaller version but I am really loving this! Thanks for sharing.

  2. Orange is one of my favorite colors, but unfortunately, it is a seasonal one! Nothing screams the warmth of Fall like the bold color Orange!

  3. I’m hosting an It’s Fall Y’all ~ Linky Party. I would love for you to share this, and any other Fall projects you have! Hope to see you there 🙂

  4. Chelsea! I am loving your blog, your pictures are beautiful and your projects are so great. Yay, I’m so excited you joined the blogging world 🙂

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  6. Wow this is gorgeous! It is definitely my style, and your pictures are really beautiful. I love the wreath too! Thanks for sharing at Lines Across 🙂

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