7 Planted Centerpieces for Your Table — Set the Table

I love having flowers on the table when I'm hosting friends for dinner, but during the summer, the heat makes it so our cut flowers don't last more than a couple of days before wilting in the heat. That's why I love planted centerpieces for our summer dinner parties instead. Luckily, we have a plant-filled apartment and can just repurpose a few succulents to serve as table decoration.

If you're looking for something a little more permanent for your table, here are seven ideas to try out.


Here’s a Pretty (and Eco-Friendly!) Way to Reuse Your Halloween Jack-O-Lantern — Tips from The Kitchn

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Halloween's over, and I always struggle with what to do with my leftover decorative pumpkins, especially the carved ones. Do I leave them outside to keep that festive fall touch, but risk them decomposing into a slimy mess since I'll probably forget about them until it's too late? Or do I compost them before it gets messy? Here's a fun solution that is both decorative and eco-friendly!


Patch: Self-Watering Herb Planters for Urban Cooks (and Novice Gardeners!)

patch_1.jpgI am not a gardener. As a city dweller with no outdoor space to call my own, I've never been able to dig deep into the soil and grow my own food. So my ears inevitably perk up whenever I hear about gardening products designed for urban cooks. The newest product I've discovered is a self-watering herb planter specifically designed for novice gardeners. More

A Cheap DIY Centerpiece for Fall: Twine-Wrapped Jar Vases

Looking for an easy, budget-friendly decor idea for your table this Fall? Take a few empty jars, wrap them with twine, and pop in a few plant cuttings! It's a little bit rustic, a little bit romantic. Try eucalyptus or evergreen branches, or even a small gathering of herbs. So pretty! More


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