Toolbox Centerpiece

I am getting more into switching things up more frequently. Since getting our living room/dining room put back together little by little after the little bit of remodel, I haven’t had a chance to do a cool centerpiece on or dining table. We have a huge 6-seater bar height table and I love it. I love that it’s a little bit different than your regular dining table. Sometimes I wish we had a larger and narrower farmhouse table but I tend to go back to loving our current one. Maybe one day we’ll have a larger farmhouse style table. I’m hoping to frequently switch our table centerpiece more often so that I can help inspire others for theirs whether it be a seasonal, holiday or simple centerpiece.

Here’s a simple one that I put together really quick with some things I already had. There are so many cute things you can do with an old toolbox and I’m planning on using it for all kinds of things around the house in the future. You can find vintage toolboxes at your local antique store, thrift store, or you can even DIY one. I could make one if anyone ever wanted a tutorial. So why is this one so simple?? All I did was place one of my magnolia kitchen towels inside with some old milk jars. Then I gathered up a few stems and placed them in with everything else. I randomly stuck some white flowers and roses in some spot I thought would fit. Lastly I stacked some dishes and placed a couple coffee mugs. Another fun thing you can do it pick some fresh flowers to use instead of the faux ones like I did.

I wasn’t sure if I should have shared this centerpiece with you but then I thought why wouldn’t I? I wanted to share some inspiration if anyone needed it… that’s why I blog! Anyway I hope I can inspire someone in doing a simple centerpiece like this one. Thank you guys for stopping by to check out my blog post today. I’m so grateful for all my followers and readers! You can follow me on Facebook and Instagram for more!! xx

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