Hi there! I’ve been playing around with decorating our formal dining room. More specifically, the centerpiece for it. I think classic and neutral centerpieces are great as you can always add seasonal decor to the table setting. They’re timeless and won’t need to be changed out constantly. I try to look at some decor pieces as investment pieces.
I hope our home is a place where we can host our loved ones and gather around this dining table (once this pandemic is over, of course.) I wanted a beautiful flower arrangement instead of the glass candle votives, so I made it!
I used faux flowers to re-create a hydrangeas arrangement for our dining table. Don’t get me wrong, I love beautiful fresh flowers. But, I also wanted a centerpiece that would last a long time and didn’t have to change out constantly.
I headed over to Michael’s and got about 15 of them to create the arrangement below. The vase I purchased from Home Goods. It has a nice blue undertone that goes with our dining room, and it’s so pretty. I was originally going to add and simulated water kit to the vase to give the impression that there was water in it. I decided not to because I like to change my mind often 🙂 and may want other florals in that vase in the future. I cut about two inches from the stem and started filling the outside working my way to the center of the vase.
I hope you enjoy the faux floral arrangement and get inspired to create one for your home.