Spring is the time of renewal and beauty, and nothing brings spring into your home like a beautiful centerpiece. An attractive centerpiece can liven up any home and bring a bit of freshness into your home. The centerpiece can be extravagant or simple, colorful or one color, the choice is really yours.
For spring, try using tulips and daffodils to bring spring into your home. Make sure to use your favorite flowers and put them in combinations of yellow, blue, white and pink. It is always best to go with more variety than less - it will mix the smells into a beautiful array and give you a delightful quantity of colors.
If you are not quite the creative type, you can purchase a centerpiece from most florists, and while you are at it, get a nice mat to place it on. Often, purple or pink place mats will offset the colors of the centerpiece nicely.
During Easter, put some decorative eggs and bunnies into the centerpiece to give it a holiday-sense and, as well, make it a great spot to hide Easter eggs when that time of year comes around.
You can keep doing this throughout the year, changing the flowers and adding decorations to suit the holidays.
Roses are an excellent choice for a spring arrangement, bringing large amounts of red and life into your home. Roses, however, can be expensive and it may not be feasible to drop sixty dollars on one centerpiece.
If you do not want flowers, you can use small potted plants instead that will impress anyone who comes to your home. Try Banzai Trees to give the centerpiece a foreign feel to it. Don't use fake potted plants as it will look cheap and can be a pain to constantly dust when it gets dirty.
One way to go cheap and easy on a centerpiece is simply to put fruits in it. Doing so won't cost you much, it can be used throughout the week for a snack and it is easy to replenish the centerpiece.
Since spring is the time of Easter, you can make an Easter Egg Tree using some easy instructions that are available at MarthaStewart.com.
Spring is an amazing time of year and by taking the time to put a centerpiece together, you can create a beautiful pattern of flowers, fruits and decorations by contacting your florist or taking the time to put together a centerpiece yourself.