The best part of this simple wreath-to-centerpiece hack was the seconds it took to create. It reminds me of this tip for decor ideas. This simple wreath-to-centerpiece hack took me three seconds and it was free!

It all started when the fall and summer seasons collided on our dining room table.


We were in the middle of a renovation, with my pantry staples in my office bookshelves. I just wanted one teeny, tiny space to welcome fall. Just one.

It was similar to when Cheryl wanted a sheeshier she-shed after she filed her insurance claim with State Farm. Cheryl knew what she wanted and so did I.

I wanted to keep the dining room debris-free and pretty for the fall season.


Even if there was a fine coat of dust on most of the furniture on the main level. I wanted something simple and understated in the dining room.

I found it in a wreath that was too pretty to store away for a long winter’s nap.

Do you recognize this wreath? I found it at Homegoods and I loved the fullness and simplicity. Marshalls also carry identical wreaths and Martha Stewart bows!


When I stashed it on the dining room table I intended to store it in the basement, but I loved the fullness of it.

Simple and Understated Wreath to Centerpiece Hack.


I elevated the wreath with a cake plate. And, decided I could make this a fall centerpiece and added these glass pumpkins.


This idea changed the way I looked at glass accessories.

I love this wreath-to-centerpiece hack. It made a wreath into a multi-purpose decor staple and extended the season of a spring wreath.

Here are a few more ideas to use your seasonal wreaths as centerpieces!


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  1. Beautiful! I love your style and I try to repurpose my decorations as much as i can. I saw your post on Marilyn’s Treats link party—thanks for sharing!

  2. Laura, love this idea. Great to use something twice and the centerpiece turned out great. Thank you for sharing on Happiness is Homemade Link Party 294. I’m sharing as one of my features on my Monday Memo newsletter on 11/4.

  3. Hey, Laura! Love this centerpiece hack! Hope we get to see you at Tuesday Turn About this week! Miss you! 😉

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