Finally, my favorite hue of color is having its decor spotlight moment: green. Growing up it was never the most popular color to claim as a favorite, but I surrounded myself with greens and teals whenever I could. Maybe it’s because these colors always reminded me of being outside but I know on multiple occasions I had my room painted either a bright turquoise or a leaf green, and my favorite shirt from Limited Too was a cheerful shade of chartreuse. Now that Emerald is in the spotlight, I jumped at the chance to incorporate it into our Thanksgiving decor with this emerald Thanksgiving table design.
Emerald is definitely having a moment in decor and I’m not mad about it. If you’re here because you want to incorporate the color into your Holiday decor, now is the time to scoop up all the Emerald things and include them in your decorating. This linen table cloth is the most gorgeous shade of emerald and is incredibly price friendly for those looking for something on a budget. I didn’t end up splurging on new linen napkins, but if you’re looking for emerald napkins to offset the table, I highly recommend these.
Emerald is a forgiving color if you want to incorporate Fall tones (warm tones) into your decor like I did here. The natural fiber chargers helped warm up the spread and the fresh persimmons added the perfect pop of color against the florals.
If we’re being transparent here, the flowers did the dictating on how the table would come together. I found some fall hued dahlia’s at my local floral wholesaler in Atlanta and knew they would take center stage for the table.
If you remember my heirloom pumpkin tablescape from last year, you’ll see a nod to that here with the use of the pumpkins on the bookshelf. It’s not Fall without a few gourds popping in and out of the decor.
The nice thing about this emerald thanksgiving table design is that you can reuse this tablecloth for Christmas as well, something I definitely plan on doing, and sharing with you all, in a few weeks. I’m really trying to enjoy Thanksgiving without skipping straight to Christmas so I hope you enjoy the inspiration we’ve left you here!
Photos were taken by Hannah Lozano Photography exclusively for Darling Down South