One of the really fun parts of not living in a construction zone is we actually get to decorate for holidays! While we did a lot of work in our last house, decorating for holidays was hard to do when we didn’t have walls or floors. 🙂 So this year we decided to take advantage and make the most of this fun season. First up, Halloween. Ready to be scared?
We only did the living room this year since we are still unpacking some other rooms in the house and I didn’t really want anything scary in our room, haha! Here’s what we came up with for our record player area:
I LOVE this chair—it was given to me for free at a flea market! But it kind of does look a bit haunting, especially when you pair it with some spooky reads and very questionable food/drink choices. 🙂
Decorating the fireplace is always one of my favorite things to do! I love how all of this came together! Most of the finds are thrifted or from World Market and Home Goods.
This looks like the ghost of Cousin Mary (from Downton) or something. She is so stylish!
LOVE the wicker spider web! It’s from Home Goods as well and I think it’s one of the classiest Halloween decorations I’ve ever seen! 🙂
Of course we couldn’t leave out the super spooky books we made! The tutorial for both of them is right here.
Creepy art work is always a must in a scary room…you guys. LOOK at this scary little boy! EEK. He’s from the thrift store…so suspect. 🙂
Isn’t it fun? What about you guys? Do you decorate for Halloween?