Okay, so maybe "Creepy Chic" isn't an actual style, but it should be...
Halloween is around the corner and if you're scrambling to find something stylish and ghoulish at the same time... look no further boys and ghouls. Our Halloween signs are super light and can be hung inside or out. They're coated for exterior use so you can leave them on your porch for the entire autumn season!
If you're not keen on gut-wrenchingly disgusting front yard displays but you don't want to be left out of Autumn festivities there's so much you can do on a budget. I am a firm believer that nature has given us everything we need to create a beautiful and cozy home.
MAKE A Pumpkin Planter
My personal favourite thing this season is SouthernLiving.com's "Mumkin." They have instructions on how to make this beauty on their website here.
The concept lends itself well to even the tiniest of pumpkins (see below). Imagine a long line of tiny pumpkin planters/vases down the length of a harvest table. The cozy fall feeling factor is off the charts! Scatter them around your main floor so you're always within a foot of fall spirit. Drizzle with items from the yard that are ripe for the picking.
MAKE AN EASY Jackless O' Lantern
Why is it Jackless? Cause there's no face and therefore, no Jack and no difficult carving. If you find carving difficult, all you really need is a drill and you can't go wrong with circular shapes that vary in size. Just drill holes in a pumpkin equidistantly and light it at night. It's a beautiful accent piece and trés chic on a porch. Inviting rather than scary, parents will love your sense of style and trend-bucking. You can even paint your pumpkin unexpected colours. Try your favourite colour with a couple black and white accent pumpkins surrounding it for that added flair!
Keep it Simple AND LEAVE THEM BE
We're all so busy these days, you may be thinking... This is all great, but I'm not savvy with a drill or I really don't want to scoop out a whole pumpkin. That's totally fine. No shaming from me. My own favourite go to is clustering gourds and pumpkins together and leaving it at that! They last so long and when you get sick of the look, they're so durable you can bring them in early when they are still intact and eat them. If decor isn't your strong suit, maybe baking a pumpkin pie or cooking a pumpkin/squash soup is more up your alley.