Normally Halloween inspired interior design can be gimmicky and full of way too many pumpkins, but it really doesn’t have to be. Instead of going for the obvious and cheesy decorations, like spider webs and skeletons, try to embody the spirit of this day with these Halloween decorations that can even work any time of the year.
A MASKED AFFAIR
Create a mysterious vibe in your tablescape with masks, antique objects, clocks, and candlesticks. The best color palette for this look is a mix of black, purple and pink with gold masks like Shannon Wellington Weddings as styled.
DARK AND GLAMOROUS
The mixture of black and gold feel completely appropriate for this spooky holiday, but put a stylish twist so it can stand on their own all year with simple place settings and exquisite candelabras.
To add a more literal Halloween vibe to your home use items that have gothic-themed accessories and creatures of the night. Complete this kind of interior design with spooky pieces sparingly so your house doesn’t look like haunted.
Lauren Kelp has made a perfect mix of moody and mysterious ina tablescape with tall candles and antiqued relics. The hanging bats and the placement of costumes introduces the perfect dose of playfulness.
BRINGING THE OUTDOORS IN
Sarah Sarna‘s tablescape brings the outdoors inside with a creepily crawling vine as the table’s runner and black pumpkins as the dark twist of this nature-inspired Halloween décor.
ELEGANT AND SOPHISTICATED
For people that prefer a classic color palette, you can use as inspiration this tablescape by Randi Garret Design. It pulls together the classic black and white but it still has a touch of feminine and festive look with the minimal presence of rose petal pink.
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