We are so thrilled with the look of our Halloween decor this year. We ordered it in January and had a black, white, and tan theme in mind. There are touches of orange and a little bit of glamour.
Don't you just love the look of a classier Halloween? I don't understand why so much of the Halloween decor you see in stores is so cheesy. It's all plastic and shiny. Why can't Halloween be pretty AND spooky?
We had these jeweled pumpkins last year and sold out of them instantly so we got several sets this year.
Old top hats are so cool for a Halloween table. You can fill them with pumpkins or put them on top of a skeleton's head. We used some hay to add a special touch to our top hat and pumpkin.
My favorite part about the pumpkins we sell is their twisty stems. So cute!
We pretty much believe that you can never have too much glitter! These are glass glitter pumpkins. They are $8 and $12 each.
Halloween decor looks cool against the temporary wallpaper from my recent post. We made it even more glamorous looking by mixing in mercury glass and old silver like the tray and candleholders below.
They're watching you....
Another cool Knollwood Lane creation. Susan made door hangers like this skeleton one below. I love the glass glitter.
People have been so tickled by these Ouji board placemats. We've been collecting them for a few months so we'd have enough to make a whole table setting.We've also been collecting the white ironstone for our table.
Mr. Crow is wearing a crown. He's so fancy.
This is a fun, inexpensive way to decorate for Halloween. I bought one bag each of white lima beans, black beans, and black eyed peas. You can fill jars in layers with them or use them to fill in around displays.
We can make you a gorgeous bow for your fall wreath this year. Just stop in and we will help you pick the ribbon and make whatever size you need.
We are working on planning a pumpkin decorating workshop for September too! I can't wait! I'll post about that when we figure out the details.