Fall wreaths are challenging on my door, because most of the colors do not show up very well. I brought in some reds and bright oranges which helped.
The crow and spider add a touch of whimsy...
A black and silver skull arrangement and mercury glass pumpkins welcome guests in the foyer.
a couple of new pumpkins from Pier 1.
I can't always take this decorating stuff too seriously, so when I saw these legs with fishnet hose and leopard shoes, I just knew they were coming home with me.
Don't know if you can see it, but there's a grapevine wreath behind the legs. The Bad Witch sign sits on top of a little pumpkin. I added tiny rice lights. To the left, is my collection of spirits, and to the right is another mercury glass pumpkin on a silver tray. The battery-operated lights in the silver candlesticks flicker with an orange glow.
A jack-o-lantern is added to a silver bud vase on the server.
A few touches of fall are added to the chest in the dining room.
Flying bats grace the powder room along with
fun fingertip towels.
A scary Halloween tree sits on the island. It was the only place that was large enough to accomodate it!
This was a fun project to make. I used a branch from a tree in the yard spray painted black,
and I added skulls, spiders, flying bats,
a large sparkly spider web (Michaels), crows, and lots of hanging moss.
My friend, James, is serving up lots of eyeballs.
A few fun items on a little tray sit on the kitchen counter.
A fall arrangement along with Pottery Barn pumpkins are displayed on the cocktail table.