Are you ready for the Halloween weekend? Although it’s not a largely celebrated fest in the Netherlands, there are a lot of grown-ups who cease this typical American day to throw a party or host a halloween dinner. Because how fun is it to decorate your home as spooky as possible and prepare themed faux bloody and gruesome foods? To get inspired I found three wicked halloween tablescapes.
The first inspirational tablescape is sophisticated and mysterious. It transports you to a haunted mansion where an opulent tablescape with green ferns, black dripping candles, and spooky curiosities under belljars draw you to the table.
The second tablescape is bewitched. Bloody and poisonous concoctions are bound to be made here. Black cats promise nothing but a bad ending. I love the floral touches that are beautiful but also add drama to the tablesetting.
The third table is dramatically deadly. An all black scheme makes it simple yet sinester. This is probably the most easiest tablescape to pull of as you only need black and grey accessories.
- tablescape 1: Art Direction Cassandra LaValle via Coco+Kelley / Photographer Julie Harmsen
- tablescape 2: Justina Blakeny, The Jungalow
- tablescape 3: Linda Pugliese for Sweet Paul Magazine Fall 2011, Sweet Paul