Halloween Dining Room
It’s time for the big reveal!
If you have been following this blog, you know I have been busy over the last couple of weeks creating some Halloween décor my daughter had asked me to make. She knows how I love a challenge and how much I love to please her! (Wink)
I finally got to her house last week and we worked together to display her dining room using the things I had created, along with some additional fun finds.
This room was so much fun to decorate and I can’t wait to show you how it all turned out.
Halloween Dining Room – The Reveal
My daughter found this beautiful mirror. We centered it over a buffet we had recently painted, (more on that transformation to come).
The black and white pumpkin wreath I had created, (you can find it HERE), fit perfectly on the mirror. How lucky was that? I hadn’t even measured the space before making the wreath!
This great spider web was draped over the buffet. It added to our Halloween theme and was just the thing we needed to add interest to the white buffet.
This cute spider, (can spiders be cute?), accented the white lampshade.
Weren’t these black candelabra the perfect addition to the setting on the buffet? Using black and white photos worked well with the theme.
Our dining table was centered with a black garland. The garland came with orange balls but we simply removed those and added silver balls and rhinestone ribbon to complement our theme.
Small glittered pumpkins in black and white were tucked into the branches of the garland.
Silver chargers were topped with simple black plates centered with coordinating pumpkins.
Black wine glasses set off each place setting.
Remember the BOO Candlestick Accents created HERE? This time we sat them on silver rhinestone candle holders that had been turned upside down to give them a totally different look.
Little black glittered trees lined the table ….
….. and small glittered black bats were clipped onto the tree branches.
We even tucked some black crows into the chandelier that hung above the table and hung small bats beneath.
Black chenille stem spider webs were fastened to the back of the chair covers and spiders even adorned the top of one or two.
What a great time we had working together to create this Halloween Dining Room. To me, there is nothing better than sharing my love of decorating with my beautiful daughter.
Who knew how elegant a Halloween Dining Room could be??
If you enjoyed this Halloween Dining Room, I invite you to pin it to your Halloween Idea Pinterest board. You can find all of the holiday ideas I am pinning HERE. Let’s share together!
Mirror – Pier 1 Imports
Buffet Spider Web – Pier 1 Imports
Spider – Target
Black Garland – Pier 1 Imports
Glittered Pumpkins – Target
Glittered Trees – Target
Black Glitter Clip on Bats – Dollar Tree
Glittered Bats – Dollar Tree
Black Plates – Dollar Tree
Black Wine Glasses – Dollar Tree
Rhinestone Candleholders – Hobby Lobby
Black Crows – Dollar Tree
Black Chenille Spider Webs – Target