My Halloween Decor Round Up
If you saw my Halloween house tour from last year then you know I don't really do "fall" decor around here. I like to keep things black and white, creepy, yet kid friendly. I'm really excited to get our Halloween decorations up this year - I'm starting this week! But in the meantime, here are some of my favorite Halloween decorations, some that I've already purchased too!
Fluffy cream pampas wreath- I'm so excited about this new wreath I ordered, our front door is black and the last few years I've used a black Halloween wreath (similar to this), this creamy wreath is going to show up so much better! It's also super similar to this cheaper Target version!
Black and white throw- the perfect Halloween throw to put in our blanket basket, and it's not so "themey" that it couldn't work the rest of the year too.
Glass pumpkins- in the past I've thrifted some pumpkins very similar to these and this is my kind of Halloween decor, simple, neutral, and chic.
Spiderweb doormat- this doormat is so cute, if I was in the market for a new one this is what I would be buying.
Flameless ivory taper candles- these are perfect for Halloween, but honestly all year round too, they look so realistic it's insane .
Black and white spiderweb pillow- I went to two different Targets last week to track down this pillow, I just love it. It's hard to find a chic Halloween pillow.
Black and gold metal jack-o-lantern- these come in 3 different sizes and they are possibly one of the cutest Halloween decorations I've ever seen! I would honestly like to order like twenty of them.
Black pampas wreath- this is the sister to the creamy wreath I just bought up above, if you have a lighter colored door, this one will look fantastic!
Pumpkin bakeware- I snagged this last week when I was at Target, I think it's going to look adorable sitting on my stove this fall!
Branch Candelabra- this is very similar to the branch candelabra I have from years ago, it's so perfectly Halloween without being too cheesy.
I'm so excited to start pulling down the Halloween decorations and getting everything set up, should I do another Halloween house tour this year?
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