Mini Halloween Home Tour Hop

15 Spook-tacular Halloween House Tours all

Clockwise from Top Left:

Place of My Taste / The Happy Housie / Little House of Four / Southern State of Mind / View From the Fridge / Persia Lou / Town and Country Living / Three Little Greenwoods / My Creative Days / House by Hoff / Blue I Style / Tiny Sidekick / The Dolen Diaries / Everyday Enchanting / Chic California

Hi friends! A couple of weeks ago I shared my Fall Home Tour and today I’m sharing {along with some of my favorite bloggy friends!} my Halloween décor touches in this fabulous Mini Halloweeen Home Tour Hop! As soon as you finish checking out how I decorated this year you have to hop around and check out the rest of these Spooktacular Homes!

This school year is FLYING by! I swear I blinked one day and it was already October! So this year Halloween decorations were a little more low-key at the Dolen house. I have to admit that I kind of am loving the little touches here and there without the crazy {I’m feeling crazy enough on my own!}. Although, I’m already promising my little Halloween loving Ash that we’ll go crazy next year!

Let’s start with this simple & sweet Halloween mantle. Isn’t this cupcake liner & washi tape bunting just darling!?!

These Spider Web Flameless Pillar Candles give off a perfectly cozy glow.

On the left hand side of the mantle I added this fabulous black glitter skull to the top of the vintage kitchen scale. It’s the perfect marriage of spooky and pretty!

On the right hand side of the mantle…oh how I love this side! It makes me cackle {this is Halloween themed after all} every time I see these adorable witches hats on top of these domes {To make these, I Gorilla glued cheese domes on top of candle sticks} paired with a couple of white skulls.

I picked up three cardboard witches at Michaels and spray painted them a glossy black.

These skulls are those cardboard skulls you see at the craft stores. I painted them with a thin coat of white craft paint and then a layer of shimmer. {This girl loves glitter!}

I added a couple of pops of Halloween on our bookshelves…

I got this gorgeous orange Glassy Baby from a student years ago.

This black dollar store crow is an Ash fave and had to be somewhere that he could really appreciate it!

On the coffee table I simply added a few silver glitter skulls to the fall glitter pumpkins and acorns.

I picked this little BOO sign kit up at Hobby Lobby last year for Ash & I to do together and he was SO excited to hang it again this year!

Now for the dining area…

These Halloween Plates add a fun pop of Halloween to our dining area!

This isn’t fancy but my boys LOVE their Halloween placemats. I picked these up a few years ago at Target and they add a fun little touch to our everyday table.

This is what I have in store for our table on Halloween day! {Click here to check it all out!}

Over the table I added these hanging glittered skulls to the light fixture.

These paired with the black vinyl bats make for a little Halloween heaven for my boys!

In the TV room…

A few buntings {Boo Ghost from Target & two white, black, and purple, cupcake line/ washi tape bunting} along with a black glittered wooden skooky make for the perfect understated Halloween mantle display.

I got my Halloween Subway Art from eighteen25 {a few years ago I gave their entire subway art collection along with a frame as gifts to a couple of special ladies.}

Kell’s pumpkin & monster decorating activity is waiting for him at his little craft table. We’ve come to the end of My Mini Halloween Home Tour and I hope you enjoyed it!

Now hop around and check out how my friends are decorating their homes for Halloween!

15 Spook-tacular Halloween House ToursHouse by Hoff / View From the Fridge / Blue I Style / Persia Lou / Little House of Four / Chic California / Southern State of Mind

15 Spook-tacular Halloween House Tours collage 2

Tiny Sidekick / The Happy Housie / The Dolen Diaries / Place of My Taste / Town and Country Living / Everyday Enchanting / Three Little Greenwoods / My Creative Days




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