Spooky Chic Tabletop for Halloween

pooky chic buffet table for Halloween styled by home sense

I told you Friday that Halloween 2009 was about style. Home Sense did a table with skull and crossbone motifs that feel glitzy versus ghoulish. In fact, some of the items of the table, like the mirrored tray, could be used for New Year’s day. And to get this look will not make a huge hole on your budget.

skull tableware :: votive holders and skeleton serving bowls

Silver accessories are what bring style to this buffet table. It is time to bring back the inexpensive black wine glasses that were popular last decade. The damask and spider web print serverware is awesome and affordable.

Cobweb and damask print melamine serveware  at home sense

If there is no Home Sense near you, capture the essence and try to find similar objects to design your own table. Check out the Eat, Drink and Be scary suggestions. You will find ideas for grown ups, kids and pumpkin carving templates.

SOURCING (no links since their catalog is not online):
+ Cobweb and damask print melamine serveware $4.99 – $19.99 CAD
+ Candelabra pillar candle $7.99 CAD
+ Black glass votives with skull detail $6.99  for 3
+ Skeleton hand napkin holder $9.99
+ Skeleton serving bowls small $6.99, large $9.99

  • Mikaela
    October 20, 2009 at 12:02

    I’m really loving all these Halloween ideas you’re posting up, thanks Kim! I’m hosting my first Halloween party this year for my 25th birthday and I’m getting a lot of great inspiration from your site =)

  • Harvard Housewife
    October 21, 2009 at 19:49

    Your halloween tabletop is so cute. I posted last week about a few that I found including another SPOOKY CHIC THEME:


    • At Home with Kim Vallee
      October 21, 2009 at 21:08

      Harvard Housewife: The boards from Hostess with the Mostess are awesome. I recognized her style.
      Thank you for commenting.

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