Decorating for Halloween is one of my favorites. This year it is especially meaningful because we actually get to decorate our new home instead of living with family while most of our decor was packed up. Finally! I just *might* have been more excited than my kids on Christmas as I pulled out my favorites: spiders and webs, witchy stuff, bats and everything else.
Black and White Halloween Entryway
If you’re ever in a design rut and don’t know what color theme to choose, pick a classic. This year I stuck with black and white. Orange and black are great, but you can never fail on making a classic black and white theme look good.
It’s All in the Details
Small details in your design can go a long way to making your room extra special. I didn’t want our entryway completely overbearing, but rather a collection of smaller design elements to compliment the classic black and white theme.
I bought these bats this year from Amazon for under $12 and I can’t believe the impact they make in this space.
This fun sign and witch hats are from Krumpets decor. Shop here and use my code BROOKESTART for 10% off.
I made this cute sharpie pumpkin last year. (tutorial here) See how those little details add to my theme? The pumpkins are a perfect accent and balance out my table, not to mention, I like when I can make something with items I already have around the house.
And I had to add something that scared my kids… this spider did the trick! I don’t love the grotesque and horror vibes, but incorporating a traditional scary element can be fun. Little details can really impact the flow of your space and I love how they compliment my entryway. What is your favorite Halloween theme?
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