Ready for a fright? These are our scariest tabletops yet

Ready for a fright? These are our scariest tabletops yet

After a 2020 that has been a little scary (for all the wrong reasons) we are looking forward to celebrating Halloween at home this year, and raising our spirits by making it spookier than ever.

We've already started planning some Halloween table tops - now we just need to pick which one we'll use on Halloween...or perhaps we'll spread out the celebrations over a few days and use them all. 

Are you ready to eat, drink and get scary?

For our first table we were inspired by the gold rims on our 'Going Out Skulls' plates. 

Using a simple white linen tablecloth we let the plates be the star and accessorised with new, vintage and thrifted glass bottles, a branch (spray painted black), some gold goblets and a few other pieces for a look that is sophisticated yet sinister.

For our second look we went to the dark side.  Using a black tablecloth we were able to really highlight the plates and of course, the incredible hand illustrated designs featured on them.

Filling our tables top with luscious red roses enhanced the floral design on our skull plates, with silver tableware complementing the black, white and red featured on the rest of the table.

For our final table, we pared it back to a chic monochrome black & white, with subtle hints of glamorous gold.

Gold cutlery and candles add the perfect finishing touch to a black & white table, for a look that is both chilling...and chic.

We hope our tablescapes have given you some inspiration for your own Halloween table.  

Just don't forget to BYOB (bring your own broomstick)!

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