A centerpiece for a round dining room is not hard. You just need to think about symmetry and putting things in a formation that from all angles looks pretty and interesting. Think in odd numbers – one giant piece in the center, or three pieces grouped as a triangle. Sometimes I throw in a small fourth element but only as a small afterthought. I keep all of my main focus on odd numbers. Here is the current way I’ve styled by dining room table centerpiece for the early winter. As you’ve seen in earlier posts for holiday centerpieces or summer tables capes, I change this dining room table decor every season. It’s one of my joys!
To keep things simple this season since I’m recovering from a major knee surgery, I used our holiday ribbon that I put on our Christmas tree on the white vases from Frontgate I’ve used previously. This way when I’m back on my feet and ready to do new table decor I can easily take off the gold embellished ribbon, have a clean slate and decorate an Easter Centerpiece!
The Manzanita Tree branches I’ve used are my old-trusty standby. I list all of the materials you need in this post. I love this centerpiece because of it’s versatility. You can make the Manzanita tree’s as large or small as you’d like and do a great job of being a large centerpiece for rooms that have height or need a big statement piece decor element! It’s easily one of my asked about home decor pieces!
This particular vase collection is from Frongtgate, and I highly recommend them if they are in your budget. If they aren’t I found this beautiful set for substantially less.
I’m considering adding a full floor length table skirt to add on occasion but can’t tell if I want one. I love the pedestal round dining room table and not sure I want to cover it up? On the other hand it would make a gorgeous formal dining room table table skirt. If you have any thoughts I’d welcome them!
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