Add symmetry. Two footed hurricanes stand out amongst the pumpkins, gourds and candles and add a bit of formality to this elegant fall tablescape. Autumn leaves were tucked around the bases of the pillar candles inside each hurricane.
Add height. These hurricanes stand tall on iron bases and look welcoming on an entry table.
Add layers. The key to successful table setting is layering with different textures and materials. A few hurricanes are just one element in this nature-inspired tablescape.
Use repetition. Three identical hurricanes really make a statement when lined up in a row. This designer filled the containers with brown lentils that blend in well with the weathered console table and neutral palette .
Contain them. For a different look, set three hurricanes on a tray, then surround them with an anchoring material, like these pebbles.
Vary the heights. When arranging a group of hurricanes, vary the heights for a pleasing effect.
Round out a vignette. A single hurricane balances out both items in this coffee-table arrangement and the other accessories throughout the room.
Flank a centerpiece. This one is easy. Get two of the same hurricanes and place them on either side of your centerpiece.
Showcase an item. Placing a pumpkin, the symbol of fall, inside a hurricane gives it a place of importance in this tablescape.
Create a focal point. Your eye first focuses on the white candle and contrasting chestnuts encased in glass before wandering to the other delightful elements on this festive table.
This large-footed hurricane can be filled with bigger items than its smaller cousins. You could get really creative with this one.