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Modern Dining Table Centerpiece Using Preserved Plants

Create a modern spring table centerpiece with the help of a beautiful preserved hedge. If your dining room is positioned at the front of your home, it is probably one of your few opportunities to make a lasting first impression. What better way to welcome people into your home than to greet them with a beautifully decorated dining room featuring plenty of preserved plants.

Preserved Tabletop Hedge Topiary

Preserved Tabletop Hedge Topiary

Start with the Hedge

This simple arrangement actually features a preserved hedge that has been beautifully displayed in a simple rectangular bronze container. The result is a beautiful table centerpiece that is completely maintenance free. That is right, no soil, sunlight, or water required to keep this hedge looking great season after season.


Start by selecting a beautiful table runner and placing it down the center of your dining room table. Make sure to pick one that will add a pop of color to the space and which will not only coordinate with your wall and furniture colors, but also with the bronze and green featured in this centerpiece. Once your table runner is in place, go ahead and center this preserved hedge in the center of the runner.


Repeat the Preserved Plant Theme

While the preserved hedge is certainly beautiful enough to stand alone, the look is made even more impressive when the theme is repeated in other areas of your dining room. If you have a larger dining space with hutches and buffets on display, then opt for the preserved tabletop topiary set. This three-piece set features three distinct shapes of greenery which can be placed throughout the room for a cohesive design.


Finishing Touches

Glam the look up by repeating the bronze theme with vases, flatware, or even chargers. If you are looking for a more country chic look, bring some floral fabrics into the mix with your selection of table runners, napkins, and curtains. A napkin placed at an angle can be used under one of these preserved topiaries for some added interest. If you really want to dress it up, gather some dried or preserved roses, cut the stems so that they are only a few inches long, and insert them into the topiaries for some added color. Any time you want to change up the look, simply switch out the type of flower you featured.

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