Despite what you may think, Halloween doesn’t have an age limit—especially when you’re a design enthusiast. Every great gathering needs a fab tablescape, whether it’s a coffee table with a centerpiece and a few decorations scattered about or a long dining table with seating for every guest. Traditional orange-and-black decorations are always festive, but opting for a more elevated look is just as appealing. Are you in search of decor ideas for your upcoming Halloween celebration? From dark and eerie to bright and cheery, we’ve got you covered here with some of our favorite Halloween table looks for every design style.

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By Elle Decor


Despite what you may think, Halloween doesn’t have an age limit—especially when you’re a design enthusiast. Traditional orange-and-black decorations are always festive, but opting for a more elevated look is more Slay!

COBWEB TABLECLOTH

Nathalie Bernard of La Mariée en Colére substituted “cobwebs” for a tablecloth as a fun, creative way to decorate for a Halloween dinner party. Use silver candelabras and sprinkle in some fake creepy-crawlies to complete the look.

Source: La Mariee en Colere

PRETTY BUT DEADLY

According to Julie Blanner, adding a prop skeleton to your table of sweet bouquets and (poisoned) apples is an easy yet twisted way to surely haunt your guests.

Source: Julie Blanner

AN EERIE BUFFET

Reality check: All you truly need at a party is a good selection of snacks. But in this case, they’re being watched over by a scarecrow. Bring in a smoke machine—with some smoky cocktails, too—and you’re all set!

Source: Grandinroad.com

GLITTERED SKULL CENTERPIECE

To strike a balance between spooky and chic, use black and white plates and gold silverware mixed in with a glam glittered skull, faux ravens, and miniature pumpkins. A plus: These tablesetting kits from Social Studies will save you from last-minute stress for any occasion.

Source: Social studies

RUSTIC FALL DECOR

A rustic table can be easily elevated to Halloween-party chic with a few decor swaps. Here, Alicia Winnett of Alicia Fashionista and Best Day Ever topped a table with pink-, gold-, and white-painted pumpkins, some even serving as vases for beautiful blooms. She kept the flatware classic and minimalist, letting the centerpieces be the stars of the show.

Source: Christie Graham

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