The best part of this simple wreath to centerpiece hack was the seconds it took to create. The same thing happened when I copied this idea from a Pottery Barn catalog. Well, this simple wreath to centerpiece hack took me all of three seconds. The fall and summer seasons collided on our dining room table while I hauled out the fall decor.
I tell myself all the time, “Don’t overthink it, Laura.” My colleagues, friends, and family tell me the same thing. Hmm, I wonder what that means?
With the contents of the pantry in my office, the main level furniture shoved against the family room wall and the kitchen entryways sealed with plastic, I wanted just one teeny, tiny space to welcome fall.
It was similar to when Cheryl wanted a sheeshier she-shed after she filed her insurance claim with State Farm. She wanted a fresh slate
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.
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.