With its blooms in a riot of earthy hues and its abundance of gorgeous greenery, fall is the perfect time to fashion a fabulous floral arrangement. To help you get inspired, we’ve gathered a few of our favorite autumnal creations, including ideas for dinner table centerpieces and entryway showstoppers.
Plum hydrangeas, purple clematises, silver bells eucalypti, and a smattering of white cosmos make for a seasonally appropriate tonal look.
Create a loose, sculptural design with bright red ranunculus accented with kangaroo pods and a leafy seasonal branch.
Styled on their own, long-stemmed kangaroo pod branches make a simple statement.
Bunches of grapes arranged on an elevated cake stand form the perfect base for a bunch of golden orange dahlias, mountain snow pierises, and long-stemmed tropical flowers. Photo by Mel Barlow.
Golden dahlias, crabapple branches, black oak leaves, and dried feathery grass create a wildly beautiful bouquet.
With pomegranates, figs, white snowberries, and green hellebores, this lush look pays tribute to the fruits of the season.
Branches of bright red tree berries are a fall- and holiday-appropriate way to add a hint of festive color to your space. Photo by Tony Vu; styled by Michelle Wong.
If you manage to score peonies in their off-season, try pairing them with pomegranates, wild poppies, serviceberries, and pheasant feathers for a fall-feeling look. Arrangement by Meghan Guthrie.
Go monochrome with a layered arrangement of red garden and spray roses.
Fashion a perfectly undone arrangement with green and magenta amaranthuses, blush hydrangeas, and pink astilbes. Photo by Manuel Rodriguez; styled by Michelle Wong.
Delicate greenery is punctuated with a handful of purple artichokes for an arrangement that feels just right for the kitchen table. Photo by Tony Vu; styled by Erika Engstrom.
White dahlias, orange parrot tulips, ocher coxcombs, and a seasonal branch make up this lush, towering look. Photo by Cheng Lin; styled by Michelle Wong.
Magnolia and pistachio branches paired with cotton stems make for a uniquely beautiful take on the seasonal arrangement. Photo by Frank Tribble; styled by Michelle Wong.