Welcome to the 264th Tablescape Thursday!
I‘m sharing lots of Halloween inspiration in today’s post starting with this fun display. I encountered this unfortunate fellow just inside my local Pottery Barn store. So what do you think he was reading at the time of his untimely demise? I’m looking forward to your comments!
This table setting from Martha Stewart online would work well for Fall or Halloween. Notice how they turned the platters on the top shelf on their end. I really like it looks and would never have thought to try that.
Another table setting from Martha Stewart…isn’t it amazing how creepy, scary a table can feel just by making everything on it a monotone, eerie blue.
I had to share this solely for the candelabra…what a hoot! I would so want to buy a set if I could find them!
These cute broomstick place cards are from Country Living online. I may just try making some of these. If I do, I’ll post a tutorial. Love the idea!
Sandra, a reader of BNOTP shared some pictures of a Halloween table setting she created in her home that’s really cute and whimsical.
I especially loved how each place setting is different. I bought four of the Trick or Treat plates this year in HomeGoods…so you’ll be seeing those for another Tablescape Thursday sometime soon.
Another fun place setting…love the striped flatware!
Do you see the little ghost peeking out of the orange cup? Fun!
Spider glassware finishes the place setting off just right for Halloween.
The entry table is all set for greeting unsuspecting guests.
I think we had better behave ourselves, lest Sandra turns us all into frogs!
Before you go, don’t forget to tell me what book Mr. Skeleton was reading when he met with his demise. Do you think it was a humorous book and he laughed himself to death? 😉
Can’t wait to hear your answers!
Looking forward to the beautiful tables linked for this week’s Tablescape Thursday!
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