Spooky Home Decorations
Fall time is best known for the abundance of pumpkins that can be seen throughout markets, on porches and in rows of pumpkin patches. Real pumpkins can be used as display and then used as an ingredient in pies, cakes and many other treats. To find out more about how to use leftover pumpkins, view our article here! Fake pumpkins can also be purchased to display because they last a lot longer than real ones! Both types of pumpkins can be found in an array of sizes and colors to best fit your home’s color palette.
Finishes for Fixtures
Finishes such as matte black, polished and antique brass and polished nickel contrast beautifully during Fall. Styling decorations in line with the finishes of fixtures can create the perfect spooky theme. A matte black faucet pairs nicely with Halloween decorations because of the dark contrast it offers. For the bathroom, Kingston’s Heritage Centerset faucet in matte black offers a unique and vintage charm. In addition, brass and nickel faucets also highlight the darker decorations and pair with the color of pumpkins and flowers.
Spider and bat decorations can be displayed throughout your kitchen, living and family rooms and bathrooms. These add a flare of thrill to your homes décor for the current holiday season. Catchy signs such as “Trick or Treat” are creative additions to your decorations. Adding a fall inspired wreath is a nice welcome into your home and a great option for exterior decorations. Wreaths may contain red and yellow leaves and pinecones to tie in the fall season’s most noted characteristics. Skeleton decorations are certainly a spooky decoration but can be a humorous addition to bathroom décor as can be seen in @lollyjaneblog’s photo.