20 Centerpieces for Your Autumn Table

Possibly the most important item of furniture in the home is the table. It’s where family members gather to eat and friends are welcomed and memories are made. Being such an important piece of furniture, it’s essential that it adds to the feeling of the season. So while we’re drinking our Pumpkin Spice Lattes, revel in these 20 Autumn inspired centerpieces for your Autumn table.

1. Leafy Branches

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Got a gorgeous colored tree in your yard? Go cut some leaf-filled branches from it to create the easiest and possibly most beautiful Fall centerpiece.

2. Pumpkins and Gourds

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Those orange veggies are the classic Fall table centerpiece and with good reason! Who can resist the feel of Fall that comes with an orange pumpkin? (via Something Is Done)

3. Gourd Vases

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Autumn flowers don’t need glass vases. Hallow out a gourd to hold those beautiful Fall blooms. (via BHG)

4. Focus on Texture

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Take the focus away from the bright orange and yellow. Coordinating your centerpiece colors will bring out the natural textures of wood, burlap and acorns used. (via Love of Family and Home)

5. Indian Corn

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A pile of Indian corn displays a medley of Fall browns and yellows and oranges while giving a new decorating purpose to an old classic.

6. Autumn Filled Crate

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Choose some Autumn smelling candles, nuts, leaves and whatever else speaks of Fall to you and arrange them all snugly in a wooden crate for a movable centerpiece. (via Town and Country Living)

7. Love Some Lentils

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Lentils are the perfect color for Fall and an affordable way to decorate your table. Put candles on top to add that warm fire glow. (via House of Hepworths)

8. Painted Acorns

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Just because it’s Fall doesn’t mean you need to leave off the color. Paint those brown acorns with bright colors that catch the eye.

9. Leafy Wreaths

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Buy or DIY a wreath of leaves and encircle glowing candles that will make the leaves themselves seem to glow. (via Ideas for Interior)

10. Golden Gourds

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Gold is an Autumn color, right? A little gold spray paint can have those pumpkins and gourds looking chic and fancy for your Fall soiree. (via BHG)

11. Bottle Candlesticks

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For the DIY Diva, keep some of those empty bottles to create candlesticks with message. Just be sure you have enough bottles for correct spelling! (via Big City Little Joys)

12. Dried Cattails

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Whether you buy them or pick them from your own yard, dried cattails create a simple yet elegant centerpiece, fit for any Autumn celebration.

13. Corn Wrapped Candle

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Wrap some candles with Indian corn and you have a pretty centerpiece that leaves more room on the table for the food. Yes, it’s the perfect Thanksgiving centerpiece you’ve been looking for. (via Coordinately Yours)

14. Dried and Layered Veggies

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Don’t eat all those dried veggies. Layer them in a hurricane vase to make a Fall colored rainbow. (via Amanda Jane Brown)

15. Replace Candles

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Place your candlesticks but replace your candles with pumpkins for a centerpiece with color, depth and definitely interest.

16. Log Votive Holder

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This DIY may seem like too much effort for a Fall centerpiece, but just think of how you could switch up the surrounding decorations for all the seasons! (via S.A.S. Interiors)

17. Leafy Runner

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Don’t let all those fallen leaves go to waste! Collect them and put them together to make a unique table runner. (via Celebrations)

18. Add Some Sticks

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Adding sticks to any centerpiece adds height and a natural look. Like you went and picked everything from your backyard.

19. Floating Apples

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Floating apples aren’t just for games. Make them into votive holders for an interesting eye catcher. (via Hymns and Verses)

20. Pumpkin Vase

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Use a white pumpkin to add a touch of Autumn to non-Autumn flowers. Because pink is always appropriate, right? (via Dishfunctional Designs)