I’ve always been more of a flower girl and didn’t really find myself drawn to succulents, but lately something has switched and I find myself seeking out little orbs, long minimal planters, and stark centerpieces of the thick green leaves. My dining room table usually stays pretty plain when I’m not entertaining (except for the pile of paperwork that makes me cringe as it gets bigger), so I felt that something with a bit of color without being over the top would be the perfect complement for the raw wood surface. For my succulent centerpiece I gathered a sturdy glazed planter and a selection of tiny plants that would look uniform bunched together. A little potting soil, cork table protectors and a pair of hands resulted in an indoor planter that doubles as an everyday centerpiece with a touch of an outdoor garden. The best part is that the plants take minimal watering and can soak up the sun all day without shriveling.