Looking for inspiration for the season? Look no further than this amazing collection of 20 Halloween tablescapes including Kristin Lenz’s woodside spider table.
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I am usually not a scary Halloween girl. I’m more of a cute Halloween girl. I like jolly jack o’ lanterns and friendly ghosts. And because I’m not afraid of spiders, they were fair game to inspire my Halloween table.
Most of my Halloween decor are things I have had for years. Mostly collected from places like TJMaxx and Homegoods.
Under one of my favorite Fall trees, I brought around a table from our back patio. This giant maple is stunning in October when all it’s leaves turn golden and with some starting to blanket the ground underneath I thought it would be the perfect setting for a little party.
My old spiderweb table cloth was my starting point. I decided black and white would be the main colors so I brought out two buffalo plaid pillows for the chairs.
Three black spider candleholders hold mini pumpkins instead of lights.
I added in a Happy Halloween sign from Adams and Co.
A few Halloween treats are already on the table with room for guests to add their “dish to pass”. What term is used where you live for potlucks or to bring a dish along to share?
Blue corn chips in a bowl get the fancy treatment when set inside a feather wreath. Guacamole on the side in a buffalo plaid dish. It’s rare to come to my house and not find something buffalo plaid always nearby. The Northwoods of Wisconsin, where we live, has been sporting buffalo plaid since forever! It’s a classic and traditional pattern that will never go out of style. I’ve loved that it has been popular the past several years and I’ve been able to find so many great things in the pattern, like this serving bowl.
Halloween hot chocolate becomes more festive when topped with pumpkin marshmallows.
I placed a lantern and some extra pumpkins around the table to finish the scene.
I’m so glad you came to visit! Next up on the tour is Sweet Sensations! You will love her gorgeous table!
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