With All Hallows’ Eve just a few short weeks away, I’m popping in to share more spooktacular ideas for celebrating the holiday.
Today I’ve teamed up with a couple blogger friends who are doing the same. (Links are at the bottom of this post.) In fact, we have a mix of fall decor and spooky chic ideas, so there’s something for everyone. However, here we’re focusing on the spook with a few haunted Halloween entertaining decor ideas.
Once again, I’m back in my dining space. I cleared off my eerie eyeball table setting to try something a bit different.
Let’s start over at my bar cabinet.
A few months ago I found this iridescent tea set at HomeGoods. Although not designed for Halloween, I thought the color scheme of black with gold accents would fit the vibe of the season.
I also purchased a skull that seemed to match so I used that for a planter. I continued the iridescent look with black candles that have glitter strands. Isn’t the combination perfect?
Above the beverage cabinet, I swapped out my art for something a bit more seasonal and then filled the rest of the space with gold and black accents, including this butterfly specimen and my beloved black and brass pumpkins. (The psychic art and specimen jar are from Grandin Road.)
Over on the table, I continued the black and skull theme. The plates and the brass skull were both HomeGoods scores. I love ’em.
This time I used black gauze for a tablecloth. I made more holes in the cloth and pulled it at various spots to enhance the distressed look.
The black candelabra is also a Grandin Road find.
To complete things, I added a few spiders for a spine-tingling thrill. I enlisted my trusty gauze cloth again, this time in white. I wrapped it in my fiddle leaf fig tree to create a web. Then I tucked in the spiders here and there to play up the scare factor.
With that, my haunted table is ready for the witches, warlocks, ghouls, and goblins who visit my apartment.
Before you head off, be sure to give my fellow bloggers a visit below for more October decorating ideas. Enjoy!