Looking for centerpiece ideas? I have 20 great ideas to create a gorgeous centerpiece for your table!
The centerpiece on your table can set the tone for the entire room. It is important to choose a style that suits your theme, lifestyle, and overall feel you want to achieve in your space. I’d love to show you some ideas and inspiration from my own home, and the homes of other bloggers to help you in your search for the perfect centerpiece idea. Please click the blue/gray links to be taken to the source with more ideas and/or tutorials! Christmas is a wonderful time of year to have fun with your centerpieces. I’d love to see yours!
1. BEAUTIFUL BLUSH CHRISTMAS DINING ROOM BY HOME STORIES A TO Z
Garlands can get pricey if you’re looking for the larger, lush variety. Mixing different types of smaller garlands creates a unique look at a cheaper price. You can find the garlands (from Walmart!) that I layered together in this post.
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2. CLASSIC MODERN CHRISTMAS TABLESCAPE BY CHERISHED BLISS
Ashley from Cherished Bliss layered her garland on top of a luxe black table runner, and the result is cozy and festive! She added fresh fruit, greenery, and lights to the garland and the whole table turned out gorgeous!
3.SIMPLE FARMHOUSE TABLE TIPS BY HOME STORIES A TO Z
Use leftover Christmas tree cuttings, or go forage in your yard (or neighborhood!) for small saplings and use them as your focal point. You can also find lots of adorable small trees at local nurseries and stores. Also included in this post is the Christmas Tree Napkin Tutorial. I promise it’s easy, and I have a video for you!
4. RUSTIC GLAM CHRISTMAS DINING TABLE BY SAND & SISAL
Kim from Sand & Sisal used an additional placemat, candles, and natural elements as her centerpiece which mimics each place setting. This is perfect for her large, round table. Really gorgeous Christmas dining room that you should go see!
5. WINTER WHITE CHRISTMAS TABLE BY HOME STORIES A TO Z
A neutral, winter white table transitions seamlessly after Christmas! I love the cozy feel of this room! Use a neutral runner, and add in some candles and faux cedar clippings. Classic and gorgeous!
6. MERRY AND BRIGHT CHRISTMAS CENTERPIECE BY SAW NAIL AND PAINT
Susan from Saw, Nail, and Paint has an open floor plan, and she wanted the rooms to flow together to create a cohesive, festive look throughout the house. Her whole house is bright and merry, and I love it! The tall candle sticks on her table are begging your eye to look up towards the chandelier filled with a berry garland. So pretty!
7. COUNTRY CHRISTMAS TABLE BY BENEATH MY HEART
Traci from Beneath My Heart has a new home in Tennessee, and she’s enjoyed all the first new seasons. She loves traditional Christmas decor, and she layered her table runners in a cross pattern. The centerpiece is greenery centerpiece stands out on her table with the red berries that pair so well with the plaid tablecloth. Her centerpiece and Christmas decor are timeless, and beautiful!
8. FRENCH CHRISTMAS DINING ROOM BY SO MUCH BETTER WITH AGE
Jamie from So Much Better With Age used a french wicker jug to hold eucalyptus and cedar clippings. Very pretty with her faux cedar chargers! Jamie has quite a few tutorials for lots of items in her dining room. Go check them out!
9. EUCALYPTUS CHRISTMAS TREE CENTERPIECE BY LOLLY JANE
Lolly Jane twins did it again – so cute! Very simple, and cheery! You can find their adorable letter board tutorial here.
10. MERCURY GLASS VOTIVE CENTERPIECE TUTORIAL BY HOME STORIES A TO Z
Learn how to make your own mercury glass inspired votives! So pretty, and simple!
11. SIMPLE CLASSIC CHRISTMAS TABLE DECOR BY ON SUTTON PLACE
Ann from On Sutton Place has a simple and classic Christmas table that is just adorable! She uses fresh cedar clippings and berries in a festive bucket to anchor her Christmas table. You can find sources for her items if you’re interested in achieving a similar look for your own table.
12. CHRISTMAS CANDLELIGHT TABLE BY STONE GABLE BLOG
Yvonne from Stone Gable Blog uses lots clean lined glass with candles as her centerpiece. This makes for such a cozy Christmas dinner!
13. COUNTRY LIVING CHRISTMAS TOUR BY HOUSE BY HOFF
April from House by Hoff uses a distressed box to house blue mason jars filled with classic Christmas clippings. So cute!
14. CHRISTMAS CRANBERRY CENTERPIECE BY FINDING HOME FARMS
Laura from Finding Home Farms has a gorgeous display of cranberries and a mixture of different varieties of greens in several square vases. So simple, and gorgeous!
15. CHRISTMAS POINSETTIA CENTERPIECE BY HOME STORIES A TO Z
Let a gorgeous poinsettia arrangement take center stage! Use a pretty vase – or shiny wine bucket like mine! Wrap a few empty boxes in festive paper for added interest on your table. Simple, and cute!
16. FRESH CHRISTMAS CENTERPIECE BY ELLA CLAIRE
Kristen from Ella Claire created a fresh and gorgeous centerpiece using pomegranates, oranges, cranberries, and greenery. Classic beauty!
17. MODERN FARMHOUSE CHRISTMAS TABLE BY MODERN GLAM
Ashley from Modern Glam has the cutest Christmas table! She used a simple Christmas tree as her centerpiece, and a village on both sides. So adorable! You can find the sources for her ceramic houses in the post.
18. FRENCH COUNTRY FARMHOUSE CHRISTMAS BY THE DIY MOMMY
Christina from The DIY Mommy used a macrame table runner (that she made!) layered with a lighted boxwood garland. Such a soft and gorgeous table! You can find the tutorial for her macrame table runner in the post as well!
19. INFORMAL AND WHIMSICAL CHRISTMAS TABLE BY HOME STORIES A TO Z
Create an informal and whimsical centerpiece by using lanterns of various sizes, and fun reindeer votives! All of these items are from BHG Walmart, and you can find the sourcing in the post. So cute and affordable!
20. CHRISTMAS TREE DECOR CENTERPIECE BY THE INSPIRED ROOM
Melissa from The Inspired Room has a collection of Christmas trees as her centerpiece. I love this idea for a candle-free centerpiece! The trees have LED lights, and you can find the source for them in her post. Such a great idea!
Do you love Christmas decorating? You can find ALL of my Christmas posts here. Merry Christmas!