Halloween is coming up and the I think the best part is decorating (of course!). Tell me it isn’t?? Maybe Halloween decorations come in second after indulging in the kids’ chocolates. I absolutely love the fall colours, and the scary decor. Sometimes though, I but what I like even more is making this event’s flashy decor fit with the white farmhouse theme.
Farmhouse Halloween Decorations
To make it easy, I rounded up some of the nicest farmhouse style Halloween decor to give you some inspiration.
Wall Banner to Set The Vibe
These are fairly easy to replicate and don’t take much time or equipment. Getting what you need from pre-cut banner paper to strong in the patterns you like is a quick fix and fun look for your walls.
Kitchen Shelf Masterpiece
This is a little more elaborate but buying a set that you can then repurpose for pther holidays is ideal. I would suggest this set that would then allow you to re-use it for Christmas by changing up the stickers.
Decking The Mantle
At first, I was like, oh no was this mirror purchased like that? I looked closely and it turns out it is simply yarn! How clever! Get your fave candle holder and stick some black candles, a black cheese cloth, finished with pumpkins and you are set!
Accessorizing With a Door Wreath
This I adore because again you can easily repurpose. You can either buy the bats pre-cut or make them with your little ones. Grab some branches from your neighbourhood and stabilize them with a base or even insert them in the pumpkin and you’re done!
Living Room Glam Halloween Style
You likely have something similar at home that can hold all these items. If not, this is a great find. Then it’s a matter of gathering your cutest little pumpkins with some cushions that you can purchase here and decorate them around these fabric pumpkins to finalize the look.
Foyer Setting The Halloween Tone
A look that is versatile such as this deserves to be Vogue decor. The bats create amazing depth to the front entrance and inspired Beetle juice throw and pumpkins are the cherry on top. Don’t forget the cheese cloth on the stairwell!
Let’s focus on the doormat here because it’s a quick DIY with stick on letters you can find here. Other than that, pick up some web, bats, a twig wreath, pumpkins and flowers and voilà!
The Gist of it
Adults probably enjoy Halloween more than kids, but we likely enjoy the Halloween decorations more than they do. Styling your house in a farmhouse style for Halloween can make it easy to transition into (American) Thanksgiving but also more versatile since many of the pieces can be repurposed for other holidays or events.
What tricks do you have to create a farmhouse style Halloween decor?
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