Sharing a super easy Halloween tablescape for big or little spaces.
I am thrilled with how these easy and thrifty ideas came together for a fun tablescape or breakfast nook. This was so fun to create over a few days as I foraged my house for orange and black and subtle shades of green.
You could set this up on your front porch and call it a day! It’s that easy!
HOW TO CREATE A SUPER EASY HALLOWEEN TABLESCAPE
I repurposed an assortment of bottles and jars with spray paint. The orange spray paint was leftover from a landscape project. The neon orange was the perfect shade.
If you are a reader at Everyday Edits you know I love to share repurposed/upcycled ideas.
I keep a bin full of fun jars and plastic forms for when the mood (or boredom) kicks in and I need to repurpose something.
2. DECOR STAPLES
I am not a fan of straws (lip lines and the environment), but these black and white straws add a pop of color to this recycled glass.
I haul out these straws during the Halloween season for decor.
3. ADD FOOD OR DRINK
I mentioned the wine bottle but I loved that the wine bottles fit into this haunted house.
What a fun way to sneak a bottle of wine. I love to add a few bottles of glass water bottles to add to a tablescape.
4. SHOP YOUR HOUSE FOR A SUPER EASY HALLOWEEN TABLESCAPE
I added fun bottles to add pops of color and height. Does anyone recognize those 1/2 size wine bottles from Costco?
I pulled that green clay pot from my daughter’s school craft bin. Did you see the idea on my Youtube Channel?
Would love a follow on Youtube!
5. RETHINK SEASONAL DECOR
I found these green lanterns a few years ago at Ikea.
I bought the lanterns for the summer, but this shade of green works for Halloween.
5. STACK OF GLASS (PLATES)
These spooky plates were a gift from my friend CiCI.
She knows I am a bit of a dish whore (yes I said it).
I created a stacked place setting using these plates from this hack.
The petite cake plate adds some vertical interest if serving a buffett.
I love this trick with how to get more bang for your buck with place settings.
Here is my sneaky trick and details. details.
The fun part of this tablescape was how it morphed into a breakfast nook tablescape and the beverage bar (which is essentially a counter with bottled waters and wine).
It doesn’t have to be fancy to give it a fun title.
6. SPRAY PAINT FLORALS
Finally, I used cotton stems and spray-painted them black for a spooky vibe.
The cotton stems look like they are covered with cobwebs.
That’s it! I hope these ideas get you excited to shop your house or garage to create a thrifty Halloween table. The best part is you can create a tablescape in just about any space. (I’m talking to you my apartment dwelling readers!
Have fun! I love comments or share on Pinterest. You can find more Halloween ideas here.