Happy first day of October! Since I’m the Halloween Queen, you can only imagine my excitement! Eeeeeeek! I have been planning all of my festive content for the month and excited to start sharing. Today it’s all about my haunted farmhouse Halloween decor.
When it comes to holidays, I reuse a lot of decor from previous years, typically styling them in different ways. I also add to my collections when I come across must-have items. This year I’ve found some new spoooktacular gems!! Y’all ready??
On today’s post I’m showing you my entryway spaces – console table and bench. Please note, you can use any of these decorations throughout the house. For example, last year I used the bats on my fireplace. If you’re interested in how it looked, check it out here.
For my bench area, I layered a knit throw with a black plaid blanket and buffalo check pillow – all great deals! You know I needed a cozy moment the instant you walk in my house. 😉 I paired these with a cuddle-worthy skeleton and Frankenstein. I then propped up my new Edgar Allen Poe quote ($20) and boo sign. All of these items are giving me major haunted farmhouse vibes, and I’m here for it!! Lastly, I decided to use my black paper BATS over my entryway mirror. I first took a little white spider web and stretched it from one corner of my bench to the opposite side of the round mirror. I secured it with good ole packing tape. Once the web was in place, I started arranging my bats, starting in the lower corner and flying upwards, off the wall. I also used packing tape to stick in place. You don’t need anything stronger as they are paper. I’m pretty OBSESSED with how it turned out! The bats are very affordable ($6.99 for a set) and a great way to decorate your house for Halloween.
Next up, I styled my console table. This is probably my favorite setup out of all of my years decorating! I’m obsessed with the all black theme, farmhouse signs ($30), iron candelabras ($29), vintage books ($10), velvet skulls ($5) and black pumpkins ($3)!! Some new and some old items. For each tier I also added a layer of black gauze or web fabric to place my decoration on. It adds in a bit of texture and really finishes off the space!
I’ve linked everything that’s currently available below so it’s easy for y’all to shop. I also rounded up my favorite farmhouse Halloween signs. There are SO many great options.
Happy Halloween decorating! Muhahahaha!