Today I’m on the hunt for simple, modern Thanksgiving centerpiece ideas. My goal is to use things that are around the house, in the yard, or can be picked up with a quick trip to the grocery store. Cause the clock’s a-ticking. Here are some of my favorites!
1: Kate Pruitt created this table setting for Design Sponge. Although the modeling clay is a little too time intensive for me at the point, I think pine cones spray painted white would do the trick, and only take a second. I also love the white paint pen on the leaf! For another great example of this idea, check out Sunset.
3: If you have healthy plants around the house, arrange them on the table with candles in between and voila, simple and modern. If you don’t have pretty house plants, pick some up and enjoy them way past Thursday. Created for Sunset and photographed by Thomas J. Story.
6: I have a sneaking suspicion that this one is harder to pull off than it looks, but it’s sort of the same idea as #4. Grocery store finds (mushrooms, pears, eucalyptus, fall leaves, carnations, alstroemeria, and paperwhites) are casually combined with a vintage oatmeal tin by the talented Studio Choo for Design Sponge.