Looking for some easy Christmas or winter centerpiece ideas? Look no further! Here are some I have put together – I hope they inspire you to create some of your own.
In this one I have used a vintage silver tray, and 3 objects of varying heights. The glass candle holder is also vintage, and the reindeer is something I have had for years. Always add some live greenery if you can! Keep your vignette simple for a modern aesthetic.
Again I have used 3 main objects of varying heights (starting to see a pattern?) A simple white and silver colour scheme is always beautiful. A vintage tray, a thrifted vase, a vintage silver creamer, and a fragrant soy candle complete the vignette. Fresh snips from a tree in my yard and some seasonal pine cones make in feel wintery.
I love to collect vintage Christmas decorations. This bendable Santa has been in my family for 2 generations. I thrifted this silver urn recently and decided it was the perfect place for Santa to sit. I bought the wrapped presents at the dollar store. The vintage bread board is from my personal collection and it works well as a base for this table centerpiece. Now, how to keep my grandkids from opening these presents may be a challenge!
This one is very simple and perfect for a small table or as a Christmas dinner centerpiece. Another vintage silver tray, a vintage candle holder with a pure, beeswax candle, some dried orange slices and pine cones and fir branches are all you will need.
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