Dollar Spot Modern Farmhouse Holiday Centerpiece. How to make an easy Christmas centerpiece with a few items from Target’s Dollar Spot.
Dollar Spot Modern Farmhouse Holiday Centerpiece
We are so excited to spend our first Christmas in our new home! Everything is still under construction but one area of our home is almost done – the kitchen nook!
18 Gorgeous Holiday Centerpiece Ideas
I’m sharing an easy holiday centerpiece using inexpensive items from Target’s Dollar Spot. And I am joining some talented friends who are also sharing holiday centerpiece ideas. Be sure to scroll down to the end of the post and HOP over to see all of the ideas!!
Make Holiday Memories at the Table
I think the kitchen table is the most important area of our home. That’s why it’s been the first room that we have worked on at the #1891AvenuesCottage. We ship-lapped the wall and added a cozy print from my friends at @SincerelyUs and then added some floating shelves and a comfy black and white checked bench.
Festive Dollar Spot Holiday Centerpiece
When I spotted the new holiday items at the Dollar Spot, I found some things that I really loved. I put them all together and had a festive holiday centerpiece in minutes that doesn’t break the bank! Here are the items I used:
Plaid Dollar Spot Runner
I grabbed this plaid runner. I love the bright pom poms and the colors worked perfectly with the holiday color scheme I chose for our Cottage Christmas Tree!
Black Iron Candle Holders
These black candle holders are perfect for a modern farmhouse look. The simple design and shape works well with modern decor. They come in black and a galvanized silver metal. I bought three candle holders and placed them evenly on top of the runner.
Berry and Leaves Garland
I cut some branches off of our evergreens in the yard and layered the greens around the candle holders. Then I put a berry and leaves garland from the Dollar Spot over the branches. I love the way the red berries POP against the dark greens.
I love fresh flowers and the circle opening in the middle of the metal candle holders was a perfect spot to add a simple vase. I chose white hydrangeas and little green berries to put in three vases inside of the candle holders. You can also use faux flowers which are easier to use if you want to keep your centerpiece out for the whole holiday season.
I couldn’t resist these metal bow ornaments. They come in a few different colors and plaid patterns. I think I am going to glue a plain napkin ring on the back of them and use them as napkin rings this holiday season. But for now I placed them along the centerpiece because I thought they were cute and also coordinated with the plaid runner.
Another item I found from the Dollar Spot were these mini wreaths. They are perfect for hanging on the back of a chair. Just add a little ribbon and you’re done!
Farmhouse Kitchen Nook
I love the way the centerpiece looks in our new kitchen nook! I can’t wait to use this centerpiece all season long! If you want to read more about our nook, check out my Holiday Kitchen Shelves post.
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Have a Festive Day!