This past week, I had the opportunity to visit a bed and breakfast as well as our symphony's designer showhouse. I could imagine myself living on a plantation back in the day, and even now, those old southern homes exude so much charm. The views as well as the architecture were quite stunning. Maybe I should be Scarlett this Halloween. Anyway, on to the tablescape.
I just had a little fun this week playing with all the Halloween decorations
A spider web runner was placed over a simple black tablecloth and served as the perfect backdrop for this tablescape.
I used a black trophy urn with sticks from the yard and sprayed them black. Spiders adorn the tree limbs, and a skull is found in the base. Did it fall from the tree?
A simple bust sits atop an early edition of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.
The place setting consists of napkins from Home Goods and napkin rings from TJ Maxx. The black polka dot flatware also came from Home Goods.
These plates are Raymond Waites Batik, and I found four of them at TJ Maxx. They are really not Halloween plates, but the colors and style are perfect for a Halloween tablescape, I think.
These adorable black plates are Pier I, but I found them for a steal at Goodwill.
The bowls are from TJ Maxx.
The skull glasses were purchased at Kroger and the black stems are from Macy's. Mercury glass votive holders bring out the silver in the runner.
A black "poison" jug tips over, spilling out more spiders, and a giant metal black widow holds a votive.
Mummies hold more votives.
Silver skull S&P shakers came from TJ Maxx.
Is it the bewitching hour?
A depression glass candelabra holds two fingers. The nails are nicely manicured.
Hope you've enjoyed my Halloween table. It's been frightfully fun!! Thanks for visiting, and please leave a comment, as I strive for a Perfect Setting!!