My Simple, Neutral Centerpiece

Like many rooms in my house, my dining room is currently a work in progress. I need window treatments, art for the walls and fabric counter height stools for the table. One day it will be finished! One day...  But I was recently able to check a chandelier (see here) and the table centerpiece off my list. 

The colors in my home are very neutral, so for my everyday table, I wanted to create a simple neutral centerpiece that would look great on it's own or on a fully decorated table. To get that look, I kept the elements below in mind. All of those elements add life to the piece as a whole and the splash of color acts as a place for the eye to stop, which is an important factor to consider in neutral environments. 

Oh and whenever I place a candle in a hurricane, I LOVE to use coffee beans. They add texture and hold the candle in place. I also love the way they smell!


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  1. I remember one time (a looong time ago) I attempted this and it turned out so bad! hahaha. Yours looks amazing, love it!

  2. LOVE this. And I love the little tutorial too! I need it! Pinning now!

  3. I love the coffee bean! I will have to use that. I have in the past used little pumpkin gourd things, sea shells and sand, and colored glass stones.

  4. Looks great, love the greenery and texture you added.

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