7. Tiered Centerpiece
Sometimes you just need a little height on your centerpieces to balance out a room. This tiered centerpiece ties in every day items you probably already use and have on hand, like sugar jars, small glass containers and mini topiaries. Oh, and don’t forget the white pumpkins!
TitiCrafty.com has even more ideas for getting the rustic farmhouse look.
8. Simple Textured Centerpiece
From the rustic, wooden crate, to the pinecones, to the chicken wire cloche, you can’t deny this centerpiece is packed with texture! It’s all about the natural elements, which makes it perfect for the farmhouse feel. I like that this design is a slight departure from all things neutral, but using some darker wood. It fits perfectly in this space.
See how easy this centerpiece is at ThePaintedHinge.com.
9. Subtle Farmhouse Centerpiece
I love this centerpiece because the galvanized bucket and wire basket bring it into the farmhouse style, but it’s not overly trendy. The wooden pumpkins, small gourds, succulents and pumpkins give this an “alive” quality with lots of texture. I think this is the only design I found that isn’t overloaded with white pumpkins!
Check out more neutral fall decor at StartAtHomeDecor.com.
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