A Simple Teal, Green, and Gold Spring or Summer Tablescape (Video)

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I thought it would be fun to share my super simple Spring or Summer tablescape with all of you. This table setting idea is really easy and inexpensive to put together, but it’s also pretty and classic looking and will make your guests feel special. I’m using teal, green and gold tones to tie into the colours I have going in my kitchen drapes, but any analogous colour scheme would work here!

A teal and gold Spring or Summer simple tablescape idea (with video).

I used the same barn wood box centerpiece I used at Christmas and chargers and napkins. Yep – I completely believe in reusing things that still work, but styling them in a way that’s appropriate for your event or season.

Here’s a quick video on my fresh and easy Spring or Summer tablescape. I hope it gives you some simple ideas for your next dinner party!

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  1. I love the barn box with flowers. I just got a box similar to that at Kirklands. I am using it to display very old bottles my husband has. But love to see another way to use it for a display on my patio table. The patio is being enclosed and I got new furniture. I am trying to decide on a simple table scape, I have too many ideas and like too many styles!lol

    1. We love that idea of the old bottles! So much personality and character.
      Your design style is more than likely an eclectic one. A mix of different design styles together. A lot like Christina ?
      Focus on keeping colours consistent through the different design styles and experiment with what you like.

      1. Eclectic is my style for sure! I love bling but old wood too! My accent colors for the patio are teal and coral. That I know. I have thousands of seashells so I am filling any clear container with them! I want a boho theme but not extreme. I am good with colors but mixing prints is hard for me to visualize.

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