Every season has a specific color that is associated with. For summer it’s yellow, because of then sun and sand, the spring is associated with green, because of all the vegetation, for the winter it’s white because of the snow and for the autumn it’s orange. Orange is not a color typically seen in nature in its true form during autumn, however, it’s the one that comes in our minds when thinking about this season. That’s mostly because we associate it with some key elements like the leaves and the pumpkins.
It’s always nice and exciting to prepare for a new season. I’m not talking just about cloths and shoes but also about smaller things like the way you set the table for example. Here are four examples of how you can use orange at the dinner table to create an autumnal atmosphere.
The first one will be called Eco-Halloween. Whether or not you celebrate this holyday you probably know the main characteristics so it’s easy to see why this arrangement is called like that. It’s mostly because of the combination of orange and black and the eco accessories like the bamboo rings and sticks, the sea pebbles and sand and the mesh tablecloth. It’s a décor rather simple and easy to set up.
The second one is called Island Spice and it’s also easy to see why. It’s a more colorful setting that reminds of an Oriental bazaar with all the aromas and spices. The main colors sued here are orange and chocolate. Don’t forget the spices and the decorations, like those cute golden wire balls for example.
The Velvet Season is the third option and it mainly tries to recreate the idea of an autumn resort. It’s a fresh and refined décor and it doesn’t require any specific elements. Just use your imagination and don’t forget the orange.
Finally, the last autumn table setting idea is called “an Old, Old Story“. You can picture it even without our help. Maybe it helps if you think of old movies or stories, or basically anything that comes in your mind when you say those words. Use for example some dried flowers, ribbons, butterflies and small baskets. The idea is to create a rustic and romantic atmosphere. Again, it wouldn’t be autumn without orange.