Hey friends! I wanted to share my Halloween decor with you. I think I used everything in my Halloween collection this year. I also purchased a few new fun things this year also. Do you like to add new things each year?
I usually start with Fall decor in September. I add Halloween to my Fall decor around October first. While decorating for Fall, I leave space to add Halloween decor in October. This also makes it easy to take the Halloween decor out of the mix and have Fall left for part of November before I decorate for Christmas. This simplifies things and is a time saver. We can all use extra time, right? I will do a blog post on what Fall decor looks like after I remove Halloween.
Let’s start with the tour!
This is my entryway all decorated for Halloween. I love the fun touch the candy corn lights add to my entryway. Normally, I would try to hide the cords from the lights, but I wanted these to really stand out. I make the most of this space and the high ceilings by taking advantage of the height. I’ve added a small shelf with some Fall leaves, and a pumpkin. I love using traditional colors for Fall and Halloween. Since I’ve added some black to my regular decor, I used lots of black and orange for Fall and Halloween.
I love adding spiderwebs and spiders for a spooky effect. Spiderwebs and plastic spiders are a very inexpensive way to add some Halloween fun to your decor. I’ve been using the same bag of webs for several years. The entry looks so spooky at night with the candles lit, and the candy corn lights glowing. If you haven’t jumped on the battery candle wagon, you should! The candles in my lantern are from Amazon. They’re on timers and automatically pop on and off at night.
This little corner of my dining room also got a some spooky accents. I love how my vintage decor goes so well with the Halloween decor. To my vintage suitcases, corbel, and screen, I’ve added some Fall foliage, a pumpkin, a bottle of potions, and a jack-o-lantern. To make things a little more festive, I added some ribbon and raffia to the black pumpkin.
The black cheesecloth is also an inexpensive way to add a spooky effect to your Halloween decor. I have used this for several years. I ordered it from Amazon.
My vintage wardrobe and Mora clock also got dressed up for Halloween. I love the witches boots and broom, ready for take off. Some more Black cheesecloth, some spider webs and a skull make this spooktacular! Oh, don’t forget the fabulous feather tree. I’ve had that tree for years, and it’s one of my favorite pieces.
Moving to the dining room…..My hoosier cabinet is decorated with vintage pottery, and Rae Dunn. I added a book of spells to the top, a few Rae Dunn Halloween pieces, and some adorable little witches. The Wickedly Delicious pan from Rae Dunn was a new addition to my collection this year.
Here’s a close up, so you can see some of the details. This is one of my favorite spots this year.
Here is my table all ready for Halloween guests. I added the spooky lace tablecloth, a vintage tray to keep things vintage and spooky. The rag garland was new this year from Michaels. I thought it was a fun touch. The pictures on the shutters change into spooky pictures when you move around. I also got the ghost hanging from the chandelier was also from Michaels this year. Did you spot the skeleton couple under beside the mirror?
My birdcage/shelf that sits in the corner of the dining room, also got some spooky fun decor! I added some spider webs, the Trick or Treat sign, and the black bird to the mix. I thought every birdcage needed a blackbird for Halloween.
A little more spooky fun leading into the living room! I’ve reused those card stock bats for several years. I just added some spiderwebs, cheese cloth, a lace table runner and a bottle of potions. Simple, but fun.
The living room has several fun Halloween touches. The jack-0-lanterns, a trick or treater on the media cabinet, and a sweet little witch on the mantel. I love the vintage looking spooky banner. I got that from Michaels a few years ago. I really do love vintage chippy with spooky Halloween. I think the two go together really well.
I don’t have a lot of Halloween in this area, I just continued the orange and black theme.
This vignette sits on the other end of the sectional. I made this witch’s brew pot this year. I thought it added some fun and whimsy to my decor. I love the sweet little old witch. I also took a strand of black raffia and glued Fall leaves to it to add a little touch of Fall to my lamps. Again, easy and inexpensive!
This armoire sits at the end of my kitchen. I’ve turned it into my appliance garage. I will write a post all about that soon. I just added some Fall leaves, and this adorable Trick or Treat sign from my friends beautiful shop. She always has the best things.
Here is more of my Rae Dunn, with a few Halloween pieces mixed in. I also added a Boo pumpkin, and a Halloween sign. This guy sitting at our island has been waiting to be served way too long! LOL
A shot of our kitchen decorated for the season, with a skull print from Michaels, a cute witch from Homegoods, and lots of fun Fall touches.
Here’s a close-up of the hutch. I added spider webs, a fun Halloween sign, and the witch.
I hope you’ve enjoyed touring my home decorated for Halloween. Even though we are Empty Nesters, I still decorate for every holiday. It keeps things fun, and I always love changing things up, so why not change things up for the changing seasons/holidays.
I hope you have a fun, and very safe Halloween!
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