20 Ideas to Use Flower Centerpieces in the Dining Table

When we dine, it isn’t just that food that matters to us but also the environment as well as the aura of the space. It could affect our appetite too. Even the table setting and set up would have a great impact to our dining experience. We would feel special if a well presented dining table welcomes us. That is why, it is important to decorate them by adding beautiful centerpieces, creating a tablescape or using lovely dinner ware.

Most often, we can see flowers as a centerpiece for a dining table. But we don’t just gather them and add them to vase without a creative approach to it. So today, we are going to show you different ways to use flower centerpieces for your dining table. If you love flowers, this list will appeal to you!

flower centerpiece

1. Crocus Hill Shingle Style

Crocus Hill Shingle Style

Charlie & Co. Design, Ltd

The blue drum pendant lights look lovely above this dining table with white flowers on it.

2. Palmer Circle

Palmer Circle

Elizabeth Metcalfe Interiors & Design Inc.

Super attractive yellow flowers were scattered on the table by putting them in different vases.

3. Hollywood Residence

Hollywood Residence

Elizabeth Gordon

Love how this tall red flowers in the vase compliment with the branch chandelier.

4. Turnberry Tower Arlington, VA

Turnberry Tower Arlington, VA

Morgan Howarth Photography

For a white dining area like this, pink flowers would be awesome!

5. Arlington House

Arlington House

Suna Interior Design

Aside from the beautiful black chairs, the flowers are a good contrast that looked soft in white petals.

6. Transitional Dining Room

Transitional Dining Room

Sean Michael Design

Orange roses! Why not? Gorgeous transitional dining room indeed!

7. Westfield


Catherine M. Austin Interior Design

I love the cottage feel of this dining area because of how the flowers were arranged on the table.

8. Flintrock Falls Showcase

Flintrock Falls Showcase

Infinity Design, Inc.

Another idea for adding flowers is putting small vases with one flower on each one.

9. New England Style Home West Sussex

New England Style Home West Sussex

Randell Design Group

A shabby chic dining area that I adore so much especially with those white flowers!

10. Urban Living – Pacific Heights

Urban Living - Pacific Heights

Jeffers Design Group

You can also place a bowl that will serve as a planter for a plant that bears lovely flowers.

11. City Living At Its Best

City living at its best

Bulthaup by Kitchen Architecture

Just a simple vase of white flowers sits on this wooden dining table with the mantel as a backdrop.

12. LG House – Dining

LG House - Dining

Thirdstone Inc.

I like the pops of colors from these flowers and vases!

13. Dining Room

Dining Room

Sara Hopkins

A beautiful traditional dining room that has touches of autumn colors even for the flowers.

14. Moonmist


Duet Design Group

Take note at the colors used in this dining area. The pink flowers added more appeal to it.

15. Glamorgan Way

Glamorgan Way

Gabriele Pizzale Design Inc.>

I like the containers of these flowers. They look totally fab especially with that chandelier!

16. Designer Home in SF

Designer home in SF

Artistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs

Combining flowers this way is also a good idea for a lovely dining set up.

17. Passive House Retreat

Passive House Retreat

ZeroEnergy Design

How about using bottles as a vase and add flowers of different colors?

18. Cochrane Riversong – Innovations by Jayman

Cochrane Riversong - Innovations by Jayman

Wen-Di Interiors

A splash of red for a room just like these flowers would be a great idea.

19. Dining Room

Dining Room

Shirley Meisels

The floral arrangement on the table looks very creative with the addition of leaves.

20. Eat in Dining Area

Eat in Dining Area

Lasley Brahaney Architecture + Construction

You can also use a large bowl for your centerpiece and fill it will flowers!

It would really be nice to add flowers to the dining room as well as to other areas of the home. But yes, flowers work really lovely for a centerpiece. You have to play with the colors and type of flowers that you use. Others use synthetic flowers that look real which can also be a good option if there are no available fresh flowers near you. Sometimes fresh flowers can also be costly too especially if the flower is rare or doesn’t grow in your area. Do you have a vase of flowers as a centerpiece for the dining table?