Simple Table Centerpiece Using Vintage Canisters

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Tablescapes don't have to be extravagant to be pretty. I like to keep mine simple, by using things I have around the house. That's what I did with this set of vintage copper canisters I found at the thrift store.

The cost of this project is based on the price I paid for the canisters.

I really love copper! It has just enough vintage warmth as well as modern appeal.

I found this set of canisters while thrifting. I originally planned to place them in the kitchen; but thought they would make a great focal point for my table.

I found this dough bowl at a local small shop. I love using it as a foundation for my table centerpieces. You can really use anything you please. A table runner or riser would work great too!

I decided to keep the lids in the smaller canisters; and leave the larger one open for faux floral.

I wanted to keep the copper color as the main focal point; so decided to use simple faux greenery to fill the larger canister.

I found these faux stems at Target.

I love the pop of color and warmth the copper adds to my table!

Suggested materials:
  • Canister set
  • Faux eucalyptus
  • Wooden dough bowl
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