You know that time of year in between summer and fall, when you’re tired of summer decor, but not quite ready to put out your leaves and pumpkins? It can be a bit challenging to get into the spirit of a new season especially if you live in a hot climate, like I do, and and the thermometer is still registering temperatures in the triple digits. Decorating in-between seasons can be done with a just few changes, using items that are versatile enough for both neighboring seasons. Here’s how I used the a fun color scheme for a green and orange table in between summer and fall.
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I hoped you enjoyed my take on how to create a fall transitional table, using items you already have, mixed in with a few pieces that you use throughout the summer and fall season.
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Holliday Johnson says
Love the color palette you used here! Perfect for a transitional look! Nice job, my friend! XO
Thank you so much Holly! Who knew green and orange would look so lovely together!! xoxo
What a lovely table and color scheme! I am very tempted to purchase the white goblets. I always admire the way you put things together. Where did you find the small vases/pots you have your orange flowers in? I love those every time I see you use them. Keep these beautiful tablescapes coming! I am always impressed!
Hi Martha~ Thank you for your kind words! I debated for a while before I purchased the white goblets, but I’m so glad I finally got them! They add such a nice dimension to my tables – not a big flash of color, but just enough substance for that extra added flair. The white vases are my favorite vessel for flowers. They are only 4″ tall, but perfect for small bunches that aren’t too high to see your neighbor across the table. I apologize for not providing the link for those vases – I’m going to update the blog post now to include that! I will post it next to the white goblets in the middle of the post. Thanks again for your lovely comments!