In my previous post, I talked about how you can use an accent color to help your Thanksgiving table setting pop and shine brightly. In this post, I want to show you how you can echo the main colors and bring a harmonious flow to your table. I am using the same plates as examples, but this works with any color or pattern. The primary color here is orange, accented by shades of blue and green. The colors are echoed in varying degrees in the table linen (vintage suzani, napkins). It’s all very fall- friendly, and soothing. For a final touch, see how adding different colored accents can change the mood subtly.- Priya
Image credits: Studio Collectivitea; Sources: Plates and napkins from World Market (these are available here); green cordial glass is part of a set and I think I got it from Crate & Barrel a few years ago; cute little blue, white and orange elephant from a trip to India.
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