Coastal Fall Centerpiece

If you need a big statement on a kitchen table, coffee table, and you don’t have a good “container” to use, snag these tips and build a centerpiece directly on your table, on a tray, or on a slab of wood!

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SUPPLIES

  • Tray, or piece of wood (ours is from ReNue Home Studio)

  • Starfish

  • Driftwood

  • Mini Pumpkins from Target Dollar spot

  • Our signs

  • Pumpkins I’ve collected from TJMaxx, Homegoods, and Marshall’s stores

  • Dried wheat stalks

  • Trimmings from our front yard.

My biggest tips for this arrangement-

  • Start with the filler if you are using something heavy like these pumpkins, it is easier to just fluff a little after they on top, then to try to keep moving them around to fill in.

  • Look outside in your yard first for filler. An ugly bush in my front yard, is a perfect seagrass look a like.

  • Dig through your beach treasures before you buy more.

  • Buy a few new things each fall season, reuse the same filler from the year before.

  • If you love the coastal look, layer beachy items in with seasonal to keep up with the seasons but keep your coastal look.

filler

Here’s some ideas for fillers you can purchase that I've shown before, but in case you missed them!

Click on each to see!

Driftwood


Starfish


Anchored Soul Signs

Of course we think our signs are perfect for styling with any centerpiece

These are great options for coastal or non coastal-

Trays

If you need a tray there’s a whole section of great ones here for under $25

I hope you love these ideas, and I’d love to see yours if you create one too- coastal or not! :)

Thanks for following along!

-Stacey