Home accents come in all shapes and sizes; essentially any piece of art or accessory in the room is considered an accent. I particularly love dining room centerpieces and have recently even started creating some for my clients. Dining room centerpieces do not have to be a singular piece, nor does it have to be large – every dining room (and every home!) has it’s own personality. The key to a good centerpiece is that it should complement the light fixture(s) above it and not compete with it.
This dining room had a gorgeous glass table and modern lines. We added two large vases for a simple centerpiece in this renovation & staging project we completed a few years ago.
A trio of any floral arrangement is a beautiful statement. These orchids brought a pop of color to a client who hired us for multiple “Designer For A Day” visits when she & her sweet family renovated and moved into their new home.
This University Park client changes out her centerpiece with the season or party she hosts, so we corralled the details into a rustic tray in order to keep the items tidy. Fresh flowers are displayed in a low profile, small vase.
This Midway Hollow (Dallas) client loves purple and has a flair for the glamorous. The trio of glass vases point to the elegant chandelier while bringing in a hint of modern to her traditional formal dining room.
Speaking of glamour, our Preston Hollow client loved the look of the black lacquer formal dining table we created for him, so we accented it with the Scoppio Spheres On A Stand and single Scoppio Sphere for a trio of gold accent. Are you noticing a them with trios?
We had this centerpiece custom made for our client in Frisco. The vessel is a gorgeous, highly polished rectangular tray, topped with moss, floral, and grapewood branches. It is lovely.
And once I saw the custom centerpiece, I thought “I can do that”. And I did. For a stylish client in Addison. Using the vessel from Global Views, I filled it with moss stones, succulents and grapewood.
We paired it with the same vessel in a smaller size, and left it empty to allow our client to switch out anything she wants for the season or holiday (or nothing).
Here is another centerpiece I made for an apartment complex clubhouse dining area. Again using a Global Views vessel – this time in a bright chartreuse color – filled with moss stones, spheres, succulents and grapewood. I think I’m hooked on this creative outlet.
So you can see there are quite a wide variety of centerpiece styles that we love. And this is only the tip of the iceberg, right? By far, flowers are the most popular centerpiece, as are stems and oversized leafs – followed by the traditional candle arrangement. You can see a wide variety of these home accents HERE on my Dining Room Pinterest Board. What do you have on your dining table? I would love to hear in the comments below.
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