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Three Foolproof Spring Centerpieces

If you've extinguished the fantasy of living in a fresh-flower-filled home this Spring, allow us to rekindle the flame. Turns out, creating eye-catching centerpieces doesn't require financial sacrifice, skill, or even petals (in some cases). We're banking on these three easy centerpieces for maintaining a stylish coffee table — all Spring long!

Bottles as Bud Vases
Tulips continue to grow after they are cut, which makes blending them in arrangements a bit tricky. Show off their playful silhouettes (while saving cash) by sticking just a handful in individual bottles. All sorts of bottles from apothecary to soda pop will work — just be sure to peel off unsightly soda labels.

Veggie Arrangements
You also don't have to stick strictly to flowers. Artichokes and stones look downright architectural when placed in a cylinder glass vase and are in season this time of year.

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Keep reading for our final centerpiece that's a cinch to pull off — we've saved the best for last!

Ombré Flowers
Mixing a range of tones in the same palette will visually boost bouquets that rely on a single type of flower. While this small bunch of ranunculus feels especially Spring-like, you could create something comparable at a fraction of the price with filler flowers, like carnations.

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