A Pretty Halloween

Hey there, and happy Monday to you!  I hope you had a great weekend.  Ours was super relaxed, and the weather seems to have turned, so we are all excited about that!  It’s been a little drizzly and overcast, and we welcome that here in AZ where we don’t get to experience an abundance of cloudy days.

So… Is your Halloween decor up yet?  I’ve still got a lot more around the house to show you, but I wanted to post today about pretty Halloween decor.  There’s plenty of the orange and black, slightly cheesy variety out there, and there is nothing wrong with it.  For me, I think that some of those pieces mixed in to your decor look great.  But I do love Halloween vignettes and decorations that up the ante a bit by looking really pretty while still keeping that spook factor.

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Cool rustic apothecary jar, skeleton pieces, moss, and rocks.  I do like all of the natural elements in this.

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Here’s a great mix of traditional orange Halloween decor mixed with iron and other textural elements.  This is a great foyer table.

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This is fantastic!  I love all of the cool vintage-looking labels on the bottles.  This is a great DIY project that you can be totally creative with.  Remember our little vignette with bottles and a spell book?

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Creepy and pretty.  A shabby chic Halloween vignette!

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Gwen Moss

Again, really freaking creepy but also kind of lovely at the same time.  Isn’t that interesting?

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Home Stories A to Z

This is a bit Alfred Hitchcock and I love that the scene is kept neutral.

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Gwen Moss

A shell full of skulls.  Super macabre!

Fun, huh?  See, there are so many ways to make Halloween pretty and yet it is still festive.  🙂

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