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5 Ways To Use Succulents As Chic Centrepieces

The no-fuss succulent plants thrive on minimal watering but have the maximum appeal as table décor. Here’s how to make the potted beauties feel at home on your tabletop.

Arpita Kala
The no-fuss succulent plants thrive on minimal watering but have the maximum appeal as table décor. Here’s how to make the potted beauties feel at home on your tabletop.
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    “Working with succulents is easy and fun. You don’t have to think too much about the additional accessories, including the table and table linen on which you plan to arrange them. Succulents can be so striking that ‘less is more’ when it comes to the background canvas of the centrepiece arrangement,” says Sarita Handa, luxury décor connoisseur and founder of her namesake label.

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    Some succulents have thick stems in eye-catching silhouettes, while others have a natural inflorescence to their structure which makes them a sophisticated choice for table décor. They are also available in vibrant shades of orange, yellow or red, while some come with a charming hint of purple or lilac that complements the lush shades of green in the rest of the plant.

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    So, if you want to luxe up your home in time for a dinner soiree, here are her suggestions to add succulents in the mix. Expertly arranged by Probir, the in-house expert at Sarita Handa label, take your pick out of these gorgeous yet easy displays.

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    Several individual pieces may be arranged together in ceramic pots for an earthy, quaint appeal, or in cut-glass vases for a clean and contemporary touch to the table setting.
     

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    If your succulents have elongated, enlarged roots or tendrils, choose a container with a shape that brings out the natural beauty of this silhouette as much as possible.

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    For added texture, succulents can be paired with seasonal, fresh flowers, presenting themselves as ‘foliage with a twist.’

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    Their beauty can be enhanced with the use of tea lights, long-stem candles, or floating candles (when inside transparent pots or vases) to create a whimsical, romantic mood.

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    Placing the succulent in a cloche with slices of citrus fruit and a handful of fresh grass or leaves enhances the playful setting of a garden picnic, brunch and even a wedding.

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