fireplace mantle with garland and pumpkins - good housekeeping
I have never been a fan of scary, horror type things. Not even movies. So when it comes to Halloween decorating, I love to keep it classic and elegant, maybe with a little spooky mix. I love cutesy stuff too, but my main style is classic black and white, with maybe a hint of color thrown in. So that is what you will find today. Later in the week, we will visit the orange, vintage fall and harvest style that I love. If you don't have white pumpkins, then paint the ones you have white. You can glitter, stud, rhinestone, carve, anything with them.
I saw this home in a magazine a few years ago and had to post them! Her home had a gorgeous mad scientist feel to it. This was the design that first opened my eyes to the elegant side of Halloween decorating. Love her use of cloches, crowsm spider webs and vintage finds.
Better Homes and Gardens (bhg)
the masquerade mask and milky liquid is perfect - bhg
mixing the black and white with harvest, it works! - country living
clock faces, crow and nest in a bell jar and spider webs - bhg
black and white candy and licorice in elegant bell jars and candle tea light holders - pottery barn
black, white and cream pumpkins, perfect - pottery barn
love the bat tree in the pumpkin - good housekeeping
black feather wreaths, scene setter poster tablescape - apartment therapy
white painted pumpkin with a simple stenciled design - bhg
haunted tablescape with cheesecloth cobweb table cloth - good housekeeping
white gentleman pumpkin, sleepy hollow, anyone? loving ichabod in a tophat- bhg
painted spider, foix bois woodgrain and spider web on white painted pumpkins - country living