25 Ways to Use Food as Decor

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25 Ways to Use Food as Decor

Hey folks, it’s Cecily from Ceci Bean, back with some more fun decor ideas! We’re about to head into the thick of the holiday season and if you’re anything like me, you’re preparing to host a gathering or two for friends and family. Besides the cooking and cleaning, I often find myself running to the grocery store for flowers so I can do some last minute decorating. I don’t know about you, but my local grocery store has some pretty dismal floral options. Roses and carnations are in abundance but often end up looking pretty blah to me. So what’s a hostess to do?

Head to the produce department! That’s right, you can make some spectacular arrangements using fruits and veggies. The pumpkin isn’t the only edible that can dress up your home. Check out the following examples of great decor using edibles and get inspired for your next gathering. And if you’d like to keep your masterpiece around a little longer, faux food can be used too!

cranberry hurricanes1. Cranberry Hurricanes | I Heart Organizing

apple wheat wreath2. Apple wheat wreath | That’s My Letter

grapes and gourds centerpiece3. Grapes and Gourds Centerpiece | Decoist

Corn and squash centerpiece4. Corn and Squash Centerpiece | Martha Stewart

Pumpkins and greens centerpiece5. Pumpkins and Greens Centerpiece | The Daily Basics

Asparagus artichoke and bean candles6. Beans, Asparagus, and Artichoke Candles | Shelterness

dried orange wreath7. Dried Orange Wreath | BHG

persimmon and succulents8. Persimmons and Succulents Centerpiece | Happy Wedd

garlic wreath9. Garlic Wreath | Examiner

apple candles10. Apple Candles | Matthew Mead Style

Kale and artichoke centerpiece11. Artichoke, Kale, and Seed Pod Centerpiece | Ceci Bean

Pear centerpiece12. Pear Centerpiece | Undefined Photography

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