10 Stylish (and Easy) Ways to Decorate with Orbs

Have you long-admired a particular orb set but were never quite sure how you were supposed to decorate with it? Decorative orbs are surprisingly versatile, and they’ll look stunning in a variety of tabletop displays. Below are 10 simple yet stylish ideas for unique arrangements with decorative orbs.

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Orbs on Tray Orbs in Flower Bowl

1. Mirrored charger with trim

A mirrored charger plate will reflect your favorite gleaming decorative orbs; just be sure to choose one with raised trim that will keep the orbs from rolling off its surface.

2. Flower-shaped centerpiece bowl

A blossom-shaped bowl brings extra drama to an orb arrangement. The orbs will look striking nestled inside a bowl with contoured edges splaying out from every angle.

Orbs on Mirrored Tray Orbs on Tray with Accessories

3. Round mirrored tray with openwork border

The decorative openwork border of the tray will add interest to your display, while still allowing full view of the orbs on the mirrored surface.

4. Round display tray with bath accessories

Enhance the third display even further with your favorite bath accessories or other accents tucked in beside the orbs.

Orbs with Candleholders Decorative Orbs in Basket

5. Rectangular tray with candleholders and greenery

Select a complementary tray and candleholders, then position a couple orbs in contrasting colors inside the tray. Embellish the display with faux greenery to keep the orbs in place.

6. Basket-style centerpiece

A bouquet of faux flowers or greenery might be your first thought for filling a basket-style centerpiece, but orbs work just as well! Cluster three together to add height to the display.

Orbs in Magnolia Bowl Orbs on Peacock Tray

7. Pedestal bowl

A pedestal bowl has an elevated base, ensuring a prominent perch for your decorative orbs. Consider orbs in a neutral shade if your centerpiece has a soft, flowery appearance like the one we’ve chosen.

8. Openwork tray with wall mirror

If you have several orbs, a large openwork tray may be the answer. The openwork bottom gives an airy quality to the arrangement; we love placing it beside an elegant wall mirror to reflect the display.

Edeline Peacock Centerpiece Bowl Bronze Orbs in Candleholders

9. Wide centerpiece bowl

Do you have an assortment of small, varied orbs? Opt for a wide centerpiece bowl with decorative flourishes at the ends. Leave a little space around the orbs, or fill the entire bowl!

10. Unique candleholders

Swap out those candles for orbs, and your candleholders now have a new purpose. The orbs shown here are especially suited to this type of display because they are flat on the bottom.

Create Beautiful, Easy Spring Centerpieces with Floral Wreaths

If you love the cheery beauty of spring wreaths, you’ll be delighted with this decorating twist. Instead of using a spring wreath on a door or wall, bring it to your table and pair it with a sweet decoration. This tabletop display has a romantic and sentimental quality… because spring wreaths and home accents are made for each other! It only takes a few seconds to create a breathtaking spring centerpiece. Click here to view all the spring wreaths and home accents mentioned below.

First, select a spring wreath in a size that is fitting for your table. If you or someone in your house has sensitivities to fragrant scents, choose a faux flower wreath rather than a dried one. Next, measure the center opening. Choose a home accent that will look lovely nestled inside, making sure that it will fit nicely in the center. Use your imagination! LED lanterns, sculptures, lighted accents, and birdhouses are just a few of the items that would look fabulous. Keep in mind that a full, elaborate wreath will look best with a simple adornment in the center. If necessary, elevate the decorative accent; below, we used a green floral foam block covered with a bed of dried Spanish moss to prop up the cherub sculpture.

The Daydreaming Cherub Sculpture has an innocent expression and a darling vintage aesthetic. Give this heavenly creature someplace special to rest, like inside the Ella’s Rose Dried Floral Wreath or the Wild Daisy Floral Wreath.

Cherub Laying in Floral Wreath

Even a garden accent can be used as a centerpiece decoration! Charge the Secret Garden Solar Lighted Accent in direct bright light, then display it in a pretty wreath. We chose the Pink Tulip Wreath to complement the floral designs on the lighted accent.

Secret Garden Solar Accent Sitting in Floral Wreath

An LED lantern provides your display space with just the right amount of accent light, without the worry of candles. The Twinkling Twilight LED Lantern has a five-hour timer and includes batteries, making it even easier to assemble this spring centerpiece. We placed it inside the handcrafted Thistle Dried Floral Wreath for a twilight beauty akin to fireflies dancing above wildflowers.

Lantern Sitting in Floral Wreath

If you prefer a rustic ambience, use a weathered-looking decorative birdhouse as the center accent. We chose one of the birdhouses from the Hanging Birdhouse Set. Place it inside an earthy-looking wreath, like the Organic Vida Dried Wreath (shown at right). The subdued, natural tones create a subtle display that is still a pleasing take on spring decor. We also placed one birdhouse inside the Bella’s Garden Wreath and displayed it on a wall (shown at left).

Birdhouses displayed with Floral Wreath