Glass Dome Winter Centerpiece
Whether you leave it raw or spray paint it white or gold, wheat is a great material to use as a centerpiece because it requires no care. Place a glass dome over a bunch and then surround with candles for an extra special display.
Lantern Winter Centerpiece
Sure, we all know lanterns can add literal glow to a space, but your table will get an extra helping of warmth thanks to a lantern filled to the brim with flowers.
Get the tutorial at Deco Art Blog.
Festive Marble-Filled Vase Winter Centerpiece
This can work in virtually any color combo that marbles come in. We like keeping things bright and cheery with red and white bands combined with the minty greens and whites of the florals.
Preserved Tree Trimmings Winter Centerpiece
Line your table with glass vases or jugs and simply add trimmings. Try a mix of heights but don’t go too tall or your guests will feel like they’re lost in the woods.
For more ideas, check out Liz Marie Blog.
Nature-Inspired Winter Centerpiece
Pinecones, leaves, and candles set on a tiered tray make for a warm-yet-wintry scene. If it feels too tall to keep on your table as guests sit down to eat, you can always move it to a sideboard.
For more, check out Urban Home.
Faux Flower Winter Centerpiece
Options for florals during the coldest months of the year can be sparse. Take a cue from blogger Liz Marie Galvan of Liz Marie Blog and opt for faux blooms. They’ll last all winter long with no mess or cleanup! Put a country twist on your arrangement and pop it in a crock.
Perfect Paperwhite Winter Centerpiece
Paperwhites are the ultimate winter flower, and you can keep them growing—and on display—all season long if you plant the bulbs in a glass vase with water.
Winter in a Jar Centerpiece
Try mason jars or really any clear vessel you have on hand to create this glowing simple centerpiece. Snip some greens from outside, and you can even take clippings from your tree to adorn the jars.
Visit Nelly Vintage Home for more ideas.