Hanging Centerpieces for Fall

I love dining décor and tablescapes. But sadly, most of us don’t have idle surfaces for such lovely expressions. We have a dining room table and buffet in our dining room. That’s it.

So I decided to look up. Why not float a centerpiece from the chandelier? Leaves more room for the lovely platters for food, and makes a unique statement.

My first instinct when we bought this house was to change the chandelier. But the vintage, flush mount fixture has grown on me, and does indeed allow a little extra room for an aerial display.

vintage light in dining room

Here are a few ideas using seasonal leaves and pumpkins that I like:

Falling Leaves has such a nice, gentle feel to it. Add a little breeze for fun!

leaves hanging from chandelier

(via HGTV)

I love the natural look of the twine with the mini pumpkins. Lovely fall branches too (if you have any left).

mini pumpkins hanging with twine

(via BHG)

Ribbon also adds a nice layer of texture and is a fun way to coordinate with table linens.

pumpkins hanging from chandlier with ribbon

(via BHG)

If your chandelier is hung too low for an air show, just temporarily adjust the chain! Once I finish unpacking the dining room, I’ll see what I come up with and share it later.

What else could you hang from a chandelier?

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