Neutral Halloween Decor Ideas |Abby’s Halloween Home Tour

By October 4, 2020 No Comments

Halloween is one of my favorite holidays to decorate for. There is just something so fun about creepy and spooky elements. For me, I like to add modern and neutral items when it comes to Halloween. I like it for it to flow with what I already have. I have a few creepy and scary fun things for the kids, but most of it is pretty neutral. A couple of years ago, I started with a haunted witch hotel theme. Each year, I will add a couple of new things to the mix with what I already have. All these items this year were done online! Can I take a quick moment to say, has anyone else noticed no Halloween decorations anywhere?!? I mean like Target has a third of that they use to have, so crazy! And Home Depot, one tiny, tiny section. Ok! Back to Halloween decor. So grab your wine, and let’s take a peek into my home, and let’s get to shopping for Halloween!

Photos by Dayna Studios


For the kitchen, I added little details to what was already there. For example, I have a couple of pretty bowls that I use as decor. They usually stay empty, but I added items like white pumpkins and crystals. Black butterflies make their way into the mix. Ceramic pumpkin stoneware replaced my usual salt bowl; its a fun way to store salt for the fall holidays. Add in some pretty flowers from Fig and Vine, and you have yourself one cute Halloween kitchen. I also added in some dried flowers to my vases. Anything dead-looking screams Halloween, plus they last all season!

I also love that my wooden bowl sorta resembles something a witch would use.



We finally have a dining table! So I was thrilled to be able to incorporate our kitchen nook into the Halloween decor mix. Serving up some skull and bones for dinner!



Adding a TON of candles, brooms, air plants, and Spanish moss creates a witchy vibe for the fireplace. A gold metal moon garland from Amazon completes the look. Then, a cute little witch scene as well for my bench. Added some pretty florals, changed out the art print for a spooky touch, and lastly, a fun wooden sign from Proper Letter.

Lastly, where else are the witches suppose to hang up their cape and hat when they check in? I acutally used one of my long skirts as the “cape”.


Hope this gave you some inspiration for Halloween! Now, get out there and start creating!


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