Decorate your table for Halloween. Simply spooky

01 October 2015

Halloween is just around the corner. If you’ve gotten your party planned but haven’t gotten to the decorations yet, here is a quick idea to give your table a Halloween touch.

A living room with a white and black fabric as tablecloth on a dining table decorated with black and organge tablewear and organge candle holders. A living room with a white and black fabric as tablecloth on a dining table decorated with black and organge tablewear and organge candle holders. A living room with a white and black fabric as tablecloth on a dining table decorated with black and organge tablewear and organge candle holders. A living room with a white and black fabric as tablecloth on a dining table decorated with black and organge tablewear and organge candle holders. A living room with a white and black fabric as tablecloth on a dining table decorated with black and organge tablewear and organge candle holders. A living room with a white and black fabric as tablecloth on a dining table decorated with black and organge tablewear and organge candle holders. A living room with a white and black fabric as tablecloth on a dining table decorated with black and organge tablewear and organge candle holders. A living room with a white and black fabric as tablecloth on a dining table decorated with black and organge tablewear and organge candle holders. A living room with a white and black fabric as tablecloth on a dining table decorated with black and organge tablewear and organge candle holders. A living room with a white and black fabric as tablecloth on a dining table decorated with black and organge tablewear and organge candle holders. A living room with a white and black fabric as tablecloth on a dining table decorated with black and organge tablewear and organge candle holders. A living room with a white and black fabric as tablecloth on a dining table decorated with black and organge tablewear and organge candle holders.

We’ve done a haunted house and a witch’s den, but you can’t get more Halloween than black and orange. If you’re short on time, just coordinate your tablecloth, tablewear, napkins and candle holders in these two colours. Add an uncarved pumpkin centerpiece and you’re done! For a little something extra, these small paper bats are a nice subtle touch.