Fall will be here before you know it, and one of the easiest ways to decorate a room is to add a fun centerpiece! Centerpieces are often understated, but they shouldn’t be! Centerpieces make a powerful statement, and it’s crucial that yours is up to par! Check out these DIY festive fall centerpieces!
Fill this wooden box from The Idea Room with holiday themed decor. This idea makes changing out your seasonal decor super easy! Fill your box with pumpkins for fall, jingle bells for Christmas, and sparklers for the Fourth of July!
White washed pumpkins make for wonderful centerpieces! Use a plastic pumpkin, or carve out a real one to make the “vase” for this centerpiece. Fall flowers tie the whole thing together! See more at A Pumpkin and A Princess.
Lush purple hues make this candle lit centerpiece perfect for fall! Learn how to make this centerpiece at Julie Blanner.
If you’re a gal that loves glitter, you absolutely must check out this DIY from Twig and Thistle.
Head out to your garden for the supplies needed to create this nature teamed DIY project from Jenna Burger.
My grandma would send me out into her yard to collect pinecones many times throughout my childhood. Their deep brown hue certainly make for a great backdrop! DIY-Idea from Chelter-Ness.
If you have tons of branches available from your after-summer lawn clean up, turn one into a centerpiece fit for fall! Fill a galvanized steel bucket with pumpkins for another great DIY idea. From It’s Overflowing.
If you’d rather decorate with something simple. try making this DIY centerpiece from The Shady Porch. This one is fit for any fall gathering!
I love succulents (I love anything indoor gardening, actually..) and I love how Stonegable Blog incorporated succulents into their fall decor. Visit her blog for the full DIY project.
A fall themed DIY post wouldn’t be complete without featuring a mason jar project of some sort! White washed mason jars, felt flowers, and long wheat stalks work together to infuse the Fall spirit into this home. Oh My Creative has the tutorial!
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