Halloween Inspired Tablescape

I love decorating for the fall but don’t love buying Halloween decor to change every year. Instead of heading to your nearest store, why not use what you have in your home to create a Halloween inspired tablescape. Home decor is always more fun when you find a way to redecorate and repurpose what you have in your home. Check out these tips for Halloween inspired tablescape and share your decor images using the hashtag #blacksouthernbelle

Redecorate And Repurpose: Tips for Halloween Inspired Tablescape

Find a Blanket to Anchor Your Table: Find a shawl to anchor your table. No need to buy table linen, just find your favorite fall blanket to use to decorate your table.

Vases Make a Statement: Not feeling pumpkins all over your table? Why not select your favorite fall-inspired vases to decorate your room. I went with a traditional and chinoiserie theme for my vase selection this year.

Candelabra Fun: Looking for an easy way to add Halloween style to your table? Find a black candle holder or black candle to add some festivity to your table.

Black and White Photos: Have old black and white photos hanging around the house? Why not use them to create a curated Halloween Gallery wall of vintage images.

Drink Trays: Nothing makes me happier than vintage glassware. Pick up some of your favorite black and vintage pieces to add to an antique or wooden tray for a unique Halloween bar area.

More is More: The motto the more, the merrier is definitely the case for Halloween decor. Find your favorite pieces of silver, gold, orange and brass throughout your home for a unique fall look that can last beyond Halloween night.

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Check out more of the images below for the inspiration you need for a Halloween Tablescape!

Michiel Perry

Michiel is a Black Southern Belle living a lowcountry life. I love all things fashion, home decor and southern! When I am not running around doing fun stuff for Black Southern Belle, I live in antique stores and have a minor obsession with historic homes 🙂

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