Nothing looks shabbier and fancier than the use of tipped cans. In this beautiful arrangement you will find soft flowers like the baby’s breath to bring together the whole aesthetic. The carefully polished cans light up in bright daylight and practically illuminate the baby’s baby’s babyhood. To make sure the cans match your room, paint them in the color you want.
2. Viburnum and white wooden basket
For those who want to create an impressive centerpiece that becomes the center of the room, choose flowers that are as big as viburnum. These beautiful white flowers form a good contrast to the deep green leaves. It’s all carefully arranged in a distressed white and wooden basket. This leads to this shabby appearance.
3. Rustic watering can as a vase
Another elegant way to bring shabby chic and vintage aesthetics into your home is to use an old and desperate watering can as a vase. Vibrant colors, which are still diluted, can work well here. This is especially true for soft white flowers like daisies. Add a little green to bring it together.
4. Beautiful antique pitcher and roses
To capture this vintage aesthetic, you might want to look for an antique, floral pitcher and use it as a vase. It is especially sweet and refined if you can match the flowers on the vase with the flowers actually contained in the vase. To take this aesthetic to the next level, you can adapt your furniture to your color scheme.
5. Stools, books and grail for vintage
A really cool way to decorate your center piece to make it more antique and rustic is adding layers. With a wooden footstool, you can create a kind of pedestal that displays your centerpiece. With old books and a dusty grail, you can match colors with texture to create a truly remarkable centerpiece. Play with colors for the seasons.
6. Antique fan and kettle
Another way to play around with aesthetics is to use colors like aqua and group antiques or retro items that match the color. That’s what this centerpiece is trying to do. An aqua tray groups the items in the center piece. The use of an old table fan and a kettle with light green vegetation makes for a nice presentation.
7. Simple glasses and antique cutlery
When it comes to this antique look, you can not go wrong by adding tips to set the placement for your centerpiece. With transparent glasses to fill your flowers, you can also add a nice green to the ensemble. The flowers you choose should stick to the usual colors of the times – white, soft pink and soft blue. Add matching cutlery to complete it.
8. White pitcher with antique container
To showcase this chic and shabby aesthetic, you’ll need a white pitcher and some antique containers. The pitcher can be used to hold beautiful flowers that should be white. You can experiment with large or small petals. There is something antique about the jug, be it a container or a box. Together on a wooden table this looks fantastic.
9. Simple transparent vase with giant flowers
In most cases, simplicity is the best method. Even shabby chic can offer its own form of simplicity. This is the case with this transparent vase. This allows the green of the flower to stand out beautifully from the wood of the table. The large white flowers are immediately looking for attractions.
10. Cheese box with preserving jars
The secret of this aesthetic is to reuse antiques or to make your own version of antiquity. In this case, a cheese box was created and filled with preserving jars. You have the freedom to paint the box in the color that best suits the environment. Add flowers that stand out well from the box.
11. Elegant vase with pink flowers
For those who are looking for an easy way to get to their center chic and shabby, all you need is a pure white vase. This alone provides the right color scheme for antique and shabby. Use delicate flowers such as pink or white roses in the vase. Place the vase on a tray to complete the aesthetics.
12. Multicolored glasses with wooden box
Mixing rustic and antique styles is the perfect way to bring that chic and shabby aesthetic to your room. Dyeing different mason jars or large glasses can be a perfect vase for colorful flowers. Put these jars in a chicken-wire crate to complete the look.
13. Distressed Metal Pale as a vase
A distressed metal palate can be the perfect vase for your peonies and hydrangeas. If the pale is white, it fits well into the chic aesthetics. The filling with peonies and hydrangeas – a staple of this special decoration time – not only makes the centerpiece look beautiful, but also soothing colors for a relaxing environment.
14. Candle centerpiece with distressed tray
For those who like to use candles as centerpieces, you can do that chic too. Rest your candle on a desperate, large candle holder or other piece that can be used as a pedestal. Drape a twig and small flowers on the edge of the holder to give it the shabby and chic look.
15. Gray mason jar with flowers
Mason jars are a prerequisite for the chic and shabby aesthetics. By adding the right color for the preserving jar, for example gray, you can bring in this chic look. For those who want to add a Victorian flair, use pink flowers and accessories to surround the glass. These pieces work well as the centerpiece.
16. White antique vase with color
Again, the recurrent theme of white is mentioned in this idea of the centerpiece. If you’re using an antique vase that is not white, you can paint it slightly white to restore that chic and Victorian look. By adding light colors to the flowers, such as B. pink petals, the flowers can pop against the vase. Add a lace tablecloth for more details.
17. Oval porcelain vase with flowers
A final nice idea that you can consider for your centerpiece is a large oval vase. Again, white is a staple for Victorian and chic and shabby aesthetics, so a porcelain vase is an excellent way to secure that look. Fill the vase with colorful flowers to make a statement. You can also use other colors to create a range of attractive arrangements. However, make sure your color choices stay with the design.