Add a Few Decorative Items to Take Your Fall Console Table to Halloween
Decorating from Fall to Halloween is much easier than decorating from Fall to Christmas. Adding a few skulls and bats here and there is perfectly paired with pumpkins and harvest decor. I had my front entryway console table in neutrals for Fall in the month of September. When October came around the transition from Fall to Halloween console table was easy and makes a fun spooky welcome into the home. The change between the two looks drastically different but it really isn’t to bad. The good thing is that when November comes around I will transition back to the Fall look and slowly add some greenery before heading straight into Christmas decor.
Before we jump into the Fall to Halloween Console Table post, make sure to check out these other Fall inspired home decorating posts from season’s pasts:
What to see how I quickly changed the look from Fall to Halloween Console Table?
Like I said earlier, for my Fall table I kept it very neutral. Fresh seasonal flowers and harvest wheat is a budget-friendly home decor. I love the velvet pumpkins and they look so cute in a cluster of three or different sizes. The paper mache artwork is perfect for the space.
For my Halloween console table, I switched out my white artwork for a more moody black abstract art. Then I added black decor like a large vase, candle and tray. A fun skull is always a spooky idea when decorating for Halloween! Of course keep the pumpkins. Black floral to darken the harvest floral. You can also switch out your lamps and add a black lamp.
How do you decorate for Halloween?