Table Centerpiece Ideas: How to Create Unique Centerpieces | Pottery Barn

www.potterybarn.com Learn how to create a long lasting table centerpiece with Pottery Barn Floral Designer, Nico De Swert. These unique centerpiece ideas can be put together in a matter of minutes. If you like fruit arrangements, create your own with mandarin oranges, lemons, and lemon leaves. First, create a base of lemon leaves in your fruit bowl. Take the lemons in bundles and place them all around the edge of the bowl. Add the mandarin oranges on top, interspersing them together. If you want your fruit arrangements to last even longer, you can use faux fruit from Pottery Barn’s vase filler collection. The next centerpiece idea takes three simple ingredients: Pottery Barn lanterns, clump moss, and river rocks. Place the clump moss all around the lanterns, and place the rocks on top of the moss. That’s all it takes to make a long lasting table centerpiece. These unique centerpieces are very easy updates for your home that you can enjoy for a long time. To recreate this lantern centerpiece, check out Pottery Barn’s lantern collection: www.potterybarn.com Find the rest of Pottery Barn’s vase fillers and botanicals here: www.potterybarn.com

About Natalie

I am Natalie and my passion is decorating and all types of crafts. My true specialty is creating and designing custom center pieces, brooms, wreaths, baskets and special surprise packages for all events and occasions. I created this little blog for us to share ideas and get inspiration about the wonderful world of home decor and hand made crafts. I am so excited about the future friends and fellow enthusiast out their with the same passion for crafts as I. I will be searching the web daily looking for all types of ideas and inspirations and posting them to this blog just for you…here we go!
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2 Responses to Table Centerpiece Ideas: How to Create Unique Centerpieces | Pottery Barn

  1. SavannahsCeramics says:

    And how do you go about getting oranges & lemons with the leaves still attached in cold climate areas like New England??
    Great ideas =]

  2. posidonass says:

    you are gorgeous i am really in love with you

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