It’s HALLOWEEN!! Part 3 of 3 Spooky Decor 2019: Saved the Best for Last…

(Part 1 HERE) (Part 2 HERE)

It’s HALLOWEEN!! I’ve saved the best for last. I do most of the decorating in the dining area, as it can be seen from every part of of the house and is a pass-through to other rooms. Our Victorian Glam Goth theme is in full swing…

halloween2019diningtable4The table, center of it all, is where I usually put the most attention. This year I added a black sequin table topper from Amazon and led candles  on sale from Costco. Everything else we’ve had for years.halloween2019diningtable3halloween2019diningroomnighthalloween2019diningtablehalloween2019diningtablenight

This is Mistress Tia, our Voodoo Queen, standing at her Voodoo altar. We used to have her in our entry at the old house, but that doesn’t work here. My husband had the great idea of putting her on our covered back porch looking in. I love it, so spooky. (Mistress Tia is a vintage mannequin dressed in one of my old handmade Halloween costumes).

halloween2019mistress2halloween2019mistressnighthalloween2019mistresshalloween2019counterdayhalloween2019counter I kept the kitchen bar counter more simple and elegant this year, to go with the table decor.halloween2019diningroom2halloween2019monsterpicsI still love these little monster portraits I added a plastic spider to cover the pin in the wall. (Artwork by Travis Louie)

Have a Delightfully Spooky Halloween!! Thanks for looking 🙂

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It’s HALLOWEEN!! Part 2 of 3 Spooky Decor 2019: Come Inside…

(See Part 1 HERE)

It’s HALLOWEEN!! My very favorite holiday. Come inside for a look. I’m calling this year’s decor Victorian Goth. Every year I try and use our old decorations in new ways. We do have a couple new things this year, cute ceramic creepy eyes from Target, and paper bats from Amazon. Some of the pumpkins came from our own garden, the rest are from Trader Joe’s.

The Front Room

halloween2019entryinsideI love these creepy little ceramic eyes from Target. I have sprinkled them all over the house. This is just inside the entry door.halloween2019eyeshalloween2019stoveOur old black skeleton has seen better days, but is still having a ball sitting on top of our antique wood stove. He’s sitting in a bit of a forest thanks to an early freeze here in Salt Lake (I had to bring the plants in early this year). (Link to the garland DIY HERE)halloween2019deskEven my desk gets a bit of spirit.halloween2019bats2These shiny paper bats from Amazon form a colony across the wall and onto the ceiling. They were super easy to apply, and came with their own sticky pads.halloween2019batshalloween2019planteyehalloween2019kitwindow2The garden window in the kitchen gets a little touch of Halloween.

…and here is a Sneak Peak of the Main Event (the Best will be Part 3!)

halloween2019counterdayhalloween2019counterDay & Night on the kitchen bar counter.halloween2019diningroomhalloween2019collectionMy beloved Victorian Halloween collection (all reproductions collected over the years) adorn the side table in the dining room with a couple of framed Monster prints (art by Travis Louie). One of my favorite Halloween tricks is replacing the usual artwork hanging on the wall with creepy art.

I’ve saved the Best for Last…Part 3 tomorrow!