I have had some creative juices flowing lately & wanted to do something with them. I love playing with my decor & switching things up. I thought it might be fun to create 3 different coffee table centerpieces using candles. Each are a little different, but can work for any size coffee table. All of the items I used were things I already had so you could definitely replicate these using similar items that you already have.
OPTION 1: Simple & Classic
For this centerpiece, I grabbed some tall, chunky, & short candles & pretty much just lined them up across the center of the table. I made a simple pattern & spread them out so they would take up the majority of the table. This was the easiest one to create & all you need are the candles themselves. I let the candles do the talking here ;)
OPTION 2: Vintage Cluster
This centerpiece would work great on a round or square table as well! I grabbed a vintage metal basket, tied a lace bow on it, & put a variety of candles in it. There was no rhyme or reason when I put the candles in the basket. I wanted them to look like a cluster with all different heights, sizes, & colors. This one takes up the least amount of space which is great because we sometimes eat dinner on the coffee table.
OPTION 3: Industrial
I'm calling this one industrial because I used a chippy, old toolbox as the base for the candles. This is a pretty big toolbox & I had to prop the candles up so I used all different coasters I had around the house. You could use anything to give the candles height, but this was an easy fix for me. I chose 5 candles & spaced them out in the toolbox. This one definitely takes up the most space, but I think I am going to keep this one on the table for now. **I do not plan to light the candles**
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This was a fun little project for me & got my creativity going. I love repurposing decor into new display items. It kind of makes things seem new when they aren't.
I hope this inspires you to try out some new coffee table centerpieces in your home. I would love to see them, if you do :)
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