Halloween Home Tour
Welcome to our Halloween Home Tour, since the release of my Fall Home Tour. I have been asked about all of my Halloween decor, so here it is in all it is glory.
So last year I went big for Halloween, so inquiring minds wanted to know what are you doing this year? I decided why not follow up the Fall Home Tour with a Halloween Home Tour, to showcase all of my fun Halloween ideas and stuff.
The Ghost of Halloween Past:
As I mention last year I went big, my front porch Halloween theme was “Double, Double, Toil & Trouble”. Complete with potions, spells books, black cats, floating witch hats that glowed, broom sticks and a of course witch crashing into the door wreath, that I made. Check out those stuffed witches legs, oh they were super cute, and I got them from Frontgate, which I think they may be at the outlet now.These floating witch hats were so popular on Pinterest, so I just had to try them out. I must say they are really cool but if you have any wind at all, the fishing line can get tangled, ruining the effect and creates a huge mess to sort out. For that reason I decided I would not be doing them ever again, LOL! However if you just have to try them by all means be my guest, but don’t say I didn’t warn you. Maybe an indoor use might be better suited.
EASY TRANSITION TO HALLOWEEN:
This year I had a harvest themed front porch so I decided to go with a traditional haunted mansion theme. I just added in a few Jack o’Lanterns and my Tootsie Pop Owl, lanterns, and brooms and you have a Haunted Halloween porch. So that the Harvest decor can stay and we will just add in some creepy things for the month of Halloween to keep it simple. I added big monster style eyeballs to my front door basket. I can say I have had a little bit of a obsession with eyeballs this year and creating inanimate objects that are looking back at you. Cue the music to Somebody’s Watching Me, if you think my front door is looking at you, which is playing on the outdoor speakers, but just wait until your see the dining room table. All the eyes will be on you as our dinner guest. Another easy decorating tip I love to do, is tie up my fall grasses with a pretty ribbon bow. This is super to do and functional too. Then when you go to cut back your grasses at the end of the growing season they are already bound up for you to throw away.
I really like to add just a few touches around the main living space to invoke that Halloween feeling . This sign has been with me awhile. My husband in particular always likes to know when I am home or not, LOL, so this seasonal sign makes his life easy.A witches potion sign behind the bar table along with a fun halloween flask sets the tone for a creepy cocktail if your dare. Theme in you beverage selections too, the Kraken, William Wolf, and Angel Envy to add to the theme. Brew up your own special potion or just follow the spell to mix your spirits together. A few simple wooden ghost to dress the entryway table. I really love how rustic these little guys feel. Again I have had them forever.Which is so weird it is almost as if somehow I knew I would end up in a farmhouse style home.In the dining room you will find my haunted mansion themed table. Which has been converted with creepy looking glass eyes embedded into the center of black roses. A table lined with silhouettes of our guests as the table markers make a fun little addition. You can find the rest of my haunted tablescape details at A Tale of Table 3 ways.I love this custom change dish, we found at a local art show. It is as if I have my very own “Thing” like in the Addams Family . My husband particularly likes it when I pair him next to the remote controls.
My creepy spell book reminds me of the one from Hocus Pocus, which just happens to be one of my favorite Halloween Special. A spooky witch voice speaks to you as you open the cover, which is actually the candy alarm, so you know when someone, eehmm, MR. GAINER, is getting into the candy sash. You see this is where I stash the candy we open early, so I can alway hear when my husband gets into it. You think he would just disable the battery, lol, but no he owns it, he is a candy monger.We also love to set up out Frankie to help us hand out treats. These are a few of my favorite thing in this picture. The framed picture, is a greeting card, I got from a friend years ago since it was purrfect for me.
It shows a cat that went on a Halloween bender and has clearly had too many treats, but looks just like my Khaleesi, LOL.
This is my Pier One Imports Halloween tree, may they RIP. The quality of the ornaments they sold was amazing, so my vintage collectable tree will always be a part of the season. Check out all the details and craftsmanship in the close up pictures below. Those are actually sequins lining the bat, the amount of work that went into that, OMGAnother fun Halloween scene I set every year is the my butler Ryan, holding the cheshire cat head on his platter. It is just too cute and funny not to do. The cat head is a vintage paper mache’ candy bucket which I absolutely love. Below is a great sign, I picked up from Danielson Designs during my days of working at the Merchandise Mart in Atlanta. I always loved working with the Danielson family and repping their products to buyers. I have had it for years but the saying never gets old. It is the perfect understated little sign for this spooky holiday. Perfect for the wicked witch of the west.
I also love to do things that make people take a second glance, like bones in the fireplace. Creepy, yet still understated.
This picture is by far my favorite piece of Halloween Decor. It is handmade art, called the “Tricker or Treater’s Parade” done in black paper silhouettes. I always think this is a classy little piece of seasonal art. In my kitchen I have these sweet hand me down items, from a group of my friends that were moving. They had to down size, and bestowed several great vintage pieces to me which creates this precious halloween memory. Every time I look at them I think about my group of girls. Thank you ladies!!
Finally don’t forget to set the table, or in my case the breakfast bar with your seasonal dishes. I figure I only get to use them 30 day out of the year so they need to be out and showcased. Thanks for taking the Halloween Edition Tour, JENRON DESIGNS wishes you a safe and happy Halloween!
Halloween Home Tour, check mark- done, checkmark- success. You did a great job on this post and tour. I love your bar setup with the witches brew sign, too cute! Keep on keeping on girl you have a lot of talent to share.
I so enjoyed this.
You went all out! My boys would love that HAND by the TV remote. 🙂
I love your decorations! I usually don’t get ambitious enough to put out stuff for Halloween–I’m too exhausted from decorating just for Fall! But you have some good ideas I might have to borrow!
Oh you inspire me so, I would love to put out some of my older Halloween decorations heck they are antiques now, but I have the energy that I used. Halloween at your haunted mansion is spooky and cooky as it should be!
Love love love your Halloween decor! And your porch is one of the cutest I’ve seen. Having a party there would be “creapin’” awesome!
Hey Jen! This little tour was a walk down memory lane. It’s amazing how nearly each photo took me back to parties past, shopping trips and decorating together. Ryan is part of the family,lol. The tricker treaters parade is a favorite festival find. The spell book was always a favorite and it’s reveal always announced another holiday with friends. It was nice visiting dear friend, the memories all but erase the miles between us. Hugs. Happy Halloween!🎃
Girl it is so good to hear from you!!! As I sift through my comments every day, seeing one from you is like a big hug and has brighten my day. Hugs right back at you!!!
Thank you Cindy I appreciate you stopping by and the great comment 🙂 Happy Halloween~
Oh I am coming to your house for Halloween I bet you give out good candy too.
Yep totally stalking your site today, it’s really getting me in the mood for trick or treat tonight.
My kind of Home Tour, you have a great selection of Halloween items. Nice post thanks for sharing.
You have a lovely home for all seasons but I did really enjoy seeing you Halloween decor.
I really did not want Halloween to end so I kept searching for Haunted houses and decor last night after the trick or treaters retired for the evening. Love your house and decor! I must add you to my rss feed, for further updates.
I bet you had a lot of people come trick or treat at your house, both little ones and big ones.
You have such a pretty home and your All Hallow’s Eve decor is very unique, I like it very much especially that funny menu!
You have some great Halloween decor! Thanks for sharing with the zombie squad.
I just had total a look at you Halloween Decor since I was here, I know it’s over but I loved al your pumpkin ideas I just had to see you interior decorations too!
Such a cute Halloween tour, your kids must have the best time around this time of year!
Nice home tour, love that you did one from Halloween.
Boo! Great haunted house motif, you did a nice job spooking up the place.
Wow I have never seen a Halloween Home Tour before, very cool.
Totally beautiful home even at Halloween, ha. I know it will be glorious at Christmas.
Haunted Mansion that is great theme for Halloween.
Oh spooky, love all your sweet little Halloween trinkets.
Oh you house is beautiful even at Halloween, she it should be creepy and spooky.
Gosh I am sorry I missed this before Halloween but now I am so excited to see your Christmas.
You really out did yourself on the haunted mansion, area post, love that you think outside the box and did a Halloween Home tour.
Such a fun little home tour are your doing a Christmas one too? I would love to see that!
Your home is very pretty, you have done well for yourself. Thanks for hosting a halloween home tour, it’s something a little different.
Your home is very nice and the Halloween Decorations are spooktacular.
oh such a pretty design for a haunted mansion. i really like all you halloween decor.
I am sorry I missed seeing this earlier. You have such a great site, what a find.
I am so sorry that I missed the for Halloween, when is your Christmas Home tour?
Such a fun time for Halloween. You really get into the spirit of things.
I love all you Halloween decor, especially the spooky hollow menu board, that is adorable.
Great post, I am not sure I have seven seen a Halloween Home tour before. Interesting idea.
Creepy and spooky!!!
Cool idea I like all you Halloween decor.
What an unusual idea to have a Halloween Home Tour will you be doing a Christmas home tour?
Yes it will release live on the blog Dec. 1st be sure to check it out 🙂
Wow, marvelous blog structure! How long have you been running a blog?
I was looking through some of your blog posts on this internet site and I conceive this website is absolutely informative! Keep on posting.
Fun tour I have not seen to many Halloween home tours. Way to be creative.
Nice idea, I have never seen a Halloween Home Tour before.
So I checking to see if you are having a Christmas Home Tour.
Yes we are have a Blog Hop home tour so check back on Dec. 1 for the post!!!!
So I have read the comments that say you are doing a Christmas Home Tour, I am very excited for that! The Halloween one was good too!
This looks so good and the the cute presentation with the mini chocolate bar and marshmallows is perfect.
Wow this is impressive and perfect collaboration for you. Pretty trees and I love your kitty too.
I like that you did a Halloween Home Tour too, so often this holiday is over looked, and it is one of my favorites too.
Love you home it is beautiful even when it needs to be spooky, great post and nice design work.
You made some first rate points here. I regarded you on the web for for all my design needs and question. Great home tour too
Love that you did a Halloween home tour, way to think outside the box, and do something different. Besides I love Halloween and all the spooky stuff, and your table is great!
I am impressed, I must say not many people do a Halloween home tour this is great. I am very satisfied that I stumbled on this in while seeking something else.
Wow a Halloween Home tour that is a cool idea, I have never seen one before.
This is a fun idea, I saw your Holiday home tour butI must have missed the Halloween version until now. Such cool idea.
This is a fun idea to have a home tour for Halloween. Never seen one before but you have a beautiful house so I say show it off all year long.
What a great post and very lovely home. I love Halloween.
Greetings! I’ve been reading your blog for some time now and finally got the courage to go ahead and give you a shout out from Kingwoods Tx!
Just wanted to say keep up the fantastic work!
Hello Darrell!! Thanks for taking the time stop in send me a shout out! I love reading all my comments and appreciate each and everyone them. As a blogger it really means a lot to me and show that I am reaching people. Take care and have a great day!
Great post, love your house!
I am not sure why I am already dreaming of Halloween in February goes it is just the goth side of me.
This is a nice way to do a all Home tour with the spooky theme. You have a beautiful home and lively decorating ideas.
What a great idea, I want to host a Halloween tour in our neighborhood this year. We have a lot of participation so I hope it goes over well.
I love Halloween too, it reminds me of when my kids were little. Now they have little ones of their own. My how time flies.
I am already ready for fall because it stays so hot here all the time. Loved your home tour, will you do another one this year?
I was searching around pintrest for Halloween ideas I a saw you did a home tour, which is really cool, so I had to check it out. I love all your spooky stuff, I think I will check out he rest of you site while I am here.
Hi Hillary I am not sure if I will do another Halloween tour, but I will probably do a Fall Home tour and I am already slated for Christmas home tour with a group of bloggers.
Just stalking around getting some ideas for this year.
This is such a fun idea for sharing Halloween decor inspo. I would love to join a group for blog hop if one is happening this year. Let me know if you hear of one.
Looking for good Halloween ideas, love your table and decor.
I was looking for a little holiday inspiration on Pinterest and I came across you pins, I had no idea you released a Halloween Home tour last year how cool.
Super fun ideas for Halloween I can not wait to see what you do this year!
You have some of the cutest Halloween stuff, that haunted tree is really cute.
Just getting a little spooky inspiration for my home for the holidays.
Have you released your Halloween decor for this year? I was looking for it.
Hi Lanie it will post next week I just finished up the photoshoot this weekend. I have a few teasers & sneak peeks on my Instagram if you follower me over there: https://www.instagram.com/jenron.designs/
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