Haunted Halloween Home Tour 2020 {Dining Room}

I’m back today with happy haunts in the dining room! I change it every year, but reuse a lot of the same elements.

If you think about a table in layers, start from the bottom and work your way up. I started with a black spiderweb tablecloth from Target (had to put two together with my leaf in).

Next I candlesticks down the center. These are Bulter’s Pantry and I’ve had them since our wedding showers. They go with my china.

In three juelp cups from my stash I arranged two pre-made bouquets from Trader Joe’s. I was drawn to the fun, fall colors.

With the candlesticks and flowers in place, I added all of my mini ceramic pumpkins (dollar spot a few years ago) and skeleton hands (Target last year).

All of the china, crystal and silver are things we use regularly, that we’ve had since our wedding.

The chalkboard tombstones were the only new Halloween thing I purchased this year! They came in sets of 3 for $3 in the Target Dollar Spot. I thought they would be really cute for place cards, table tents, mini menus, etc. Chalk didn’t work very well on them (sigh) but a chalk marker was fantastic!

Over on the sideboard I have a bowl of eyeballs.  They were also from Grandin Road last year and are really creepy in person!

Thanks for stopping by again!!

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4 thoughts on “Haunted Halloween Home Tour 2020 {Dining Room}

    1. Halloween is easy for me. Maybe half a day! I don’t change much each year so that helps. My husband drops the “living room” tub in that room and I unpack it. I can take it down in a couple of hours! Christmas takes me a good week.

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