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Teak Root Dining Tables: Centerpiece Ideas to Set Your Table

Choosing the proper table decor begins with a few decisions: Do you want something simple and modest, or do you want a centerpiece that stands out?

Do you gravitate toward wild blossoms or big handcrafted pottery? Here are some of our favorite year-round centerpiece options. Continue reading for significant dining table ideas.

Keep it Rustic

A rustic kitchen or dining room does not have to feel outdated or unduly provincial. To add a French provincial touch to your dinner table, decorate it with a bouquet of dried lavender and a handful of white linen napkins.

Credit: Country Living Magazine
Credit: Country Living Magazine

Sprinkle Eucalyptus

Eucalyptus is the type of flower we always want in our home. It’s invigorating, has a simple and modern look, and lasts considerably longer than fresh floral blooms.

Make a table runner out of strands of eucalyptus and scatter a few candles or tiny vases across it for a centerpiece that is festive enough for the holidays but easy enough for the rest of the year.

Dried Blooms

Tired of having to replace your flowers as they die? Instead, consider using dried plants to decorate your dining room table, such as straw grass or pampas grass. They don’t smell, but they give off a great Scandi-inspired ambiance in any environment.

Large Jugs

Large vintage jugs are ideal for decorating a plain table, whether filled with flowers or left empty. This style works best with more subtle furniture and decor, but larger pieces work best.


Sometimes all you need is a centerpiece concept that occupies a lot of visual space without taking up a lot of real estate. Consider filling a vase with substantial sprigs of flowering trees, like olive or magnolia branches. At your dining table, thin branches can make a statement without overpowering the setting.

Credit: Soul and Lane
Credit: Soul and Lane


Even while a lovely vase may frequently stand alone, adding two to your table can give it a little more dimension. Choose contrasting colors to create contrast instead of matching items.

Kitchen Island

The kitchen island works as a serving area for many of us as well as a prep area for meals, especially when hosting dinner parties. To give it a more formal vibe, spruce up your breakfast bar or kitchen island with a large vase loaded with flowers or plants.

Potted Plants

If you have a green thumb, you probably always seek out an excuse to add to your collection of indoor plants. If you want to give your room a touch of green and life, think about setting a potted plant in the middle of your table in place of flowers.

Furniteak Teak Root Dining Tables

During the holidays, the dining table is where you will exchange food, conversation, and laughter. A dining table set is one of the most significant pieces of furniture you will buy while decorating your house.

It’s where you’ll sip your morning coffee while reading the newspaper, or where the kids will spend hours doing schoolwork. 

We have a large selection of dining tables at Furniteak. Whether you want a round dining table or a square dining table, we have everything you need for a warm and dynamic dining environment.

Our Teak Root Furniture is selected from the best wood, dried and carved by the best teak wood artists in detail, attaching importance to the beauty aspect, then wrapped by finishing with the best and classiest materials, to create a unique teak quality, one-of-a-kind, but still with the most affordable price. 

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