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Halloween

A haunted table setting perfect for day or nigh

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Welcome to this blog hop I’m so happy to see you here. Hope you’ve enjoyed the home of Kim and Lacey’s from Styled with Lace as much as I did! I couldn’t resist bringing mystery into this year’s Halloween table setting. Between some statues and the soft light of candles, this setting is sure to haunt my guests. But the magical beauty of it is that its swiftly transition from day to night!

Creating the centerpiece of this table was my favorite part. These Sinking Garden Heads from Grandin Road made it all mystical and so easy to arrange. I just decorated around them with silk vines and ferns from Walmart. I also used some black candlestick holders from Target.

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I also used the Better Homes and GardensBramley Gray Crackle Glaze Dinner and Salad Platesover the Acacia Wood Bark Chargerboth available at Walmart. To these pieces and to keep all the attention to the centerpiece of the table, I simply added a couple of small white pumpkins.

I couldn’t leave my new sideboard, an Ikea Hack (check the tutorial here), without any decoration. To keep things withing the same style, I place my lovely Winged Lady Statue from Grandin Road in the corner. Moss and more silk vines and ferns help in bringing that natural element to this area as well. These Potted Jasmine Hands from Grandin Road serve as bookends but also added another layer of mystery.

Another accessory I love adding was the Creepy Hand with Lantern also from Grandin Road which was such a huge success on last year’s Halloween decor.

I love how this setting looks at night. It is both haunting and magical. Wouldn’t you agree?

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