I always get a little extra kick in my step when the leaves begin to turn and the air turns crisp. When it comes to decorating for halloween, or just fall in general, I like to keep it classic and sophisticated. The colors are so bold and striking on their own that a little goes a long way. At least in my opinion – feel free to disagree!
On an autumn-inspired whim, I was searching around the internet to see what made me say, ‘Ohh, I like that.’ Here’s what struck my fancy:
A little fun fact about me: I love the hardware store just as much as I love the art store. My eyes light up and I get all giddy at the smells. It’s odd, I know, but I know there are other creative people who feel the same way. And here’s a necklace to honor the beloved hardware store – how industrial chic!
I love the traditional pumpkin, but I might like this woven pumpkin as a great change of pace. The texture and lines really work for me and the neutral colors would work well in many spaces. So versatile.
I do love being in the kitchen, especially as the weather cools. Recently I’ve been feeling a frenzy about cooking soups, casseroles and everything warm that I haven’t been able to cook during the hot summer. These bowls are a time-saving alternative to cleaning out a real pumpkin (because sometimes I don’t want to clean out 4 pumpkins) and they have a beautiful crackle finish. Love it!
Sculptural lines, natural element, and it’s a candle holder – what more can I ask? Oh right, it is perfect as a Halloween decoration, but could also work year round. A versatile object always gets two thumbs up from me.
Sophisticated decorations on a lovely porch. Now this is how to do a classy autumn look!
What a perfect, Halloween entry display! Being that my husband and I love science so much, I wouldn’t be surprised if this was used at one of our Halloween parties. The jars just need some water and yellow food dye to make the effect that more real.
Ha! I would most likely never do this to my own house, but I think it’s great that someone put this much effort in to their decorations. A+ for effort, I say. Very successful result.
I will say this, if I were a child during trick or treat, I would never approach this house. Never. I would have walked across the street and avoided it like the plague. Just being honest…