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Make a stylish dining table centrepiece

01 May 2016
Setting up a table that you want to look wedding level special? Our
tip is to let a centrepiece take centre stage. We invited Stockholm
stylist Amanda Rodriguez for her take on three beautiful ways to
Make a dining centrepiece using bare branches and glass vases.
Make a dining centrepiece using bare branches, flowers and glass vases.
1. LET NATURE LEND A DECORATIVE HAND. An easy way to start a centrepiece is to collect natural elements that are in season. Budding flowers, branches and leaves all work nicely. For this summer inspired version Amanda combined bare branches with glass bottles for a light, airy look.
Make a dining centrepiece by hanging a bouquet of greenery above the table with hanging lights

2. HANGING CENTREPIECES DON’T JUST CREATE A WONDERFUL AMBIENCE, they’re also a good space saver for small tables too. Amanda’s take combines a bouquet of greenery with hanging lights, but paper decorations or fabric could work here too. Just be sure to hang it high enough so diners can see each other across the table.

Make a dining centrepiece by building a tower of glassware topped with flowers.

3. OF COURSE TO UP THE CELEBRATION FEEL, sometimes you need a little height. For this champagne tower inspired centrepiece Amanda recommends working with one colour palette and building a symmetrical shape. Happy celebrating!


Our tip

We recommend using a glass-friendly transparent glue to to make sure your glass centrepiece is stable and secure. 


We love to see our customers get creative with our products. Go for it! But please note that altering or modifying IKEA products so they can no longer be re-sold or used for their original purpose, means the IKEA commercial guarantees and your right to return the products will be lost.

Made by

Interior designer: Amanda Rodriguez
Digital designer: Annie Svensson
Copywriter: James Rynd
Photographer: Sandra Werud
Editor: Linda Harkell