{Non-traditional} Halloween Tablescape

Posted in FAMILY PARTIES, HOLIDAYS, TABLETOP
on September 30, 2016
Hello, and welcome to my non-traditional Halloween tablescape! I’m so excited to share my less than traditional Halloween table setting with you and hope you’ll find oodles of Halloween decorating ideas during your visit. 

Many thanks to Chloe of Celebrate & Decorate for hostessing this lovely tablescape hop. She’s gathered together 27 tablescapes that are sure to give you Autumn ideas and inspiration. Be sure to check out the remainder of the tablescapes at the bottom! 
If you’re coming over from one of the other fantastic blogs in this hop, it’s so great to meet you! My small family of seven (ha!) moved into this house about nine years ago. The first few years we spent most of our time keeping everyone alive – five is a fair number of kids. After being relatively successful with that, we decided to tackle a few DIY projects. Since then, little by little, we’ve been making this home truly our own! I hope you’ll stay and look around. You might enjoy a few details about our home, or if you fancy, please check out the myriad of projects in the project library.    
For now, though, let’s get ready to dine with spooky, yet untraditional style! Be careful, though, to watch out for the spooky creatures that may be creeping around on the table. Shh.. Let’s tread carefully lest we wake them from their naps! 
A near-black Dahlia sets the mood. There is such a wildness to Halloween that it is often necessary to have a centerpiece the same. I’ll be sharing the details on this fun DIY centerpiece next week! 

This is entirely a casual setting which leaves plenty of room for non-ceramic plates. I picked these up in the Halloween section of Target. 
It’s easy enough to add whatever color you’d like to your Halloween decor. There is no rule that says Halloween can only be dressed in orange and black. 
Thirsty? I’ve prepared a brew cocktail for you! 
Boo! It’s pretty difficult to hide when mercury glass is around! 
Thanks so much for stopping by and I do hope you’ll do so again! Be sure to visit the other tablescapes on the hop! 

Autumn Tablescape Blog Hop Schedule

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Wednesday
Thursday
Friday

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20 Comments

  • Carol Lander

    Kim, I bet you have a wicked sense of humor! What a way to end the Autumn Tablescape blog hop. Very creative Halloween table. I never would have thought of using your spooky things on a table, but it really works. Happy to be sharing the Autumn Tablescape Blog Hop with you.

    September 30, 2016 at 12:34 pm Reply
  • Christine Graves

    Kim I am loving your halloween table! That is a rockin good time for a spooky event. I am guessing your kids are loving the critters on the table and having fun with those. At least if my kids were young and saw this? They'd be having a ball.

    Beautiful table!

    September 30, 2016 at 12:44 pm Reply
  • thepaintedapron.com

    Oh Kim, before I begin my raves about your table, I have to say THANK YOU for doing a Halloween table! I was feeling very embarrassed and conspicuous for being the only one all week that did Halloween! All week there have been so many amazing, sophisticated, magazine worthy tables and right in the middle I throw in a crazy, kookie, silly witch post…and here I am at the very end of the hop and you save me from my loneliness! Your beautiful wood table looks fabulous covered with eerie spiders and snakes, potions and scary plates! I love the way you've woven the creepy netting down the center and under the plates, the candelabras, and the eyeballs in the goblets! Pure Halloween fun, I know your kids would gobble up anything if they got to sit there! Your centerpiece is frighteningly fabulous! Thanks for a great way to end the hop!
    Jenna

    September 30, 2016 at 1:25 pm Reply
  • The Little Yellow Corner Store

    Kim, what an awesome Halloween table. I love all of the drama and the detail. Your table is over the top with fun and creativity. Your photo of your entire table really shows all of the eeriness (and hard work) to put together such an impressive and spooky table that both adults and children alike will absolutely adore!

    September 30, 2016 at 1:27 pm Reply
  • Shannon @ Belle Bleu Interiors

    Kim, what a fabulous Halloween table! You are so talented and creative! You have perfectly thought of every detail! My kids would love this! I'm so happy that I was able to participate in the Fall Tablescape Blog Hop with such a talented group of girls!

    September 30, 2016 at 1:56 pm Reply
  • My Kentucky Living

    What a fun table you have created. I love love love Halloween and so I really appreciate your creative work on this tablescape. You captured the mood perfectly…and your photos are wonderful too. Sheila

    September 30, 2016 at 3:52 pm Reply
  • Kim Burdette

    Happy Halloween! This table has me craving candy corn and chocolate! Great job on creating something spooky and a little creepy which is perfect for the holiday. That snake on the table better not crawl onto my plate! Your cute tablescape would go flying across the room! Haha! Such a fun and festive table! It's been a great week of blog hopping, don't you think?!

    September 30, 2016 at 5:09 pm Reply
  • Lory at Designthusiasm

    What a fun way to celebrate Halloween! I love the way you put together all these whimsical holiday items and yet set them in a classic table setting! Love the table runner!

    September 30, 2016 at 5:13 pm Reply
  • Uncookie Cutter

    I love love love it!!! Those plates are amazing and I'm still drooling over that dining room redo. Nice work!

    September 30, 2016 at 5:30 pm Reply
  • Rita C.

    Kim, this is outrageously fun! I bet your kids loved this, not mention us adults! That centerpiece is fantastic. A really fun and unique tablescape. Kudos!
    Rita C at Panoply

    September 30, 2016 at 6:50 pm Reply
  • Chloe Crabtree

    What a great table set for Halloween! I imagine friends and family having a delightfully spooky time when sitting down to your table with the creepy critters and the potion bottles! Thank you so much for being part of the Autumn Tablescape Blog Hop!

    September 30, 2016 at 7:00 pm Reply
  • Sandra Lee

    I am so excited to see another Halloween table! This one has whimsy and also a bit of dark side; perfect combination. What a way to end this series!

    September 30, 2016 at 9:12 pm Reply
  • Mary

    What scary fun! I'm lovin' all your haunted details from the ghostly netting, ravens, spider plates and snakes! Your Halloween centerpiece is spooktacular down to the last detail and dahlia šŸ™‚

    September 30, 2016 at 9:27 pm Reply
  • Lori @ Dining Delight

    So fun to see a Halloween tablescape and this one is terrific with lots of inspiring ideas! Really like the "netting" along your table runner and the candelabras speak of spooky nights. The shape of the plates and dramatic potion bottles are also wonderful accents. I think the length of your table adds to the Halloween look of your tablescape design. PS – It was great to learn that you are a former BC girl and still love the Vancouver Canucks – our team too though after last year, I'm trying not to jump off the bandwagon šŸ™‚

    September 30, 2016 at 10:05 pm Reply
  • Pam Richardson

    I bet your children love this table you have created for Halloween. So much fun and creativity! What a creative way to end the Tablescape Blog Hop! Pam @ Everyday Living

    October 1, 2016 at 12:59 am Reply
  • Emily, Our house now a home

    This is such a great tablescape! I love all of the details of this, so many creative ideas!

    October 1, 2016 at 5:04 am Reply
  • Samantha

    Fun for a spooky Halloween party!

    October 1, 2016 at 8:25 pm Reply
  • Sarah Burnell

    Dahlias are my favourite, so I actually "Ooooh"ed out loud when I saw that black one! Your table is the perfect blend of spooky and elegant.

    October 5, 2016 at 2:25 am Reply
  • Mary Hunnicutt

    I love all things Halloween and this is such a fun tablescape! You did not leave out any detail!

    October 6, 2016 at 6:34 pm Reply
  • UptoDateInteriors

    This is so creepy and fun! That candelabra is fabulous and those plates! Love the tray of potions.

    October 9, 2016 at 2:32 am Reply
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