I’ve always found the weeks between Halloween and Thanksgiving a confusing time to decorate. You’re past the black, orange and purple, but not quite to the turkey decorating stage, and you’re definitely not thinking of dragging out the Christmas decor. Enter my transitional Fall table using heirloom yellow and green squash.
For me, sometimes it just takes a trip to the grocery store floral section or local farmer’s market for inspiration of what my table might be that week. Trader Joe’s provided the foundation for this setting with their selection of heirloom squash and zucchini. And, let’s face it, it’s getting to be a busy time of year, so the easier I can make it on myself, the better. I’m not kidding when I say this took me 20 minutes to style this table, but I think it looks great and it’s something that can be replicated very easy. Here’s how I did it:
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