Minimalist Centerpieces that Make a Statement

I have been admiring Minimalist interiors and designs. I am loving single flowers or tropical branches in a vase. I was in awe by the powerful statement a simple centerpiece can create in a room. If you follow me on Instagram you may have already noticed some of my design inspiration. Minimalist centerpieces on a table or fireplace mantle pack some major POWER. Today I will be sharing my inspiration of simple centerpieces and the power statements that they create in your home.

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(Photo via Domainehome.com)

Tropical palms and other large leaf botanicals take up more space visually. A single branch could hold its own in a vase or grouped together like the image below. Usually I would use a pot this size on the floor but I love the impact and pop of color that it adds to the sculptural cabinet.

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(Photo via sarahsarna.com)

The room below is the original image that sparked my inspiration which was designed by Jean Louis Deniot. The fireplace mantle comes alive with the graphic artwork and large fan palm for a pop of color and to fill up the space. I also love the light gray tones and brass metal combination to add a bit of warmth to the space.

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(Designer: Jean Louis Deniot)

If tropical plants don't suit your space, try playing with single flowers in multiple vases to create a statement like this dining room. Single light green hydrangeas in glass canisters lined on the dining table for a simple and easy centerpiece.

 

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(Photo via countryliving.com)

If you don't want the upkeep of flowers or real plants, try adding branches with faux flowers. Branches add height and color in  the foyer below.

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(Photo via Providence Design)

I hope you have enjoyed this post and I have inspired you to create your own minimal centerpiece! Which way will you make a statement - Branches, flowers, and tropical large-leaf palms? Please leave a comment below!

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