I have lived in several apartments and homes. But I never really decorated any of them. It’s not that I didn’t want to. I either never quite got around to it, or was just lost as to what look to give each room. But I’ve always wanted to do better at decorating.
I’ve tried my hand at making candlescapes before. It wasn’t fabulous, but it wasn’t all that bad either. And I believe that a candlescape is a simple, but elegant way to dress up any room of your house.
The Thanksgiving holiday is approaching. And dining tables are decorated nicely for family dinner. These candlescapes will really make the decor interesting and inviting.
This centerpiece starts with a wooden planter box. Add some moss, fruit and pumpkins, and you have beautiful fall candlescape.
If you’re feeling organic, you can opt with the vegetable and flowers. This centerpiece includes asparagus, artichoke and green beans and mums.
And if a Zen feeling is what you need, this simple candlescape incorporates smooth river rocks, moss and mini candles.