Halloween: Keeping Things Spooky Yet Attractive

Halloween: Keeping Things Spooky Yet Attractive

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Sarah Rae Smith
Oct 21, 2008
Most of the time when we think about decorating for Halloween, it involves children's crafts and many things that are typically unattractive. But not in this Charleston, South Carolina home. Click through the jump to see all the little nooks and crannies of their grownup Halloween decor! 102108-halloweenthumbs.jpg Evita Smith and her fiance Michael Judd have been hard at work making things around their home a little bit spooky without going over the top. We would love to attend any party with such a fun tablescape. Check it out below!
The glittered skulls are a great way to bring some sparkle to the season without making things feel too over the top. Just a little in just the right places!
A Milk Glass vase makes the other colors on the table stand out and still feel traditional.
A raven overlooks the feast.
Scarlett and Rhett are holding down the fort.... we mean fireplace.
The crisp white woodwork makes the spooky decor still feel very homey.
These Carew Rice tumblers The votives are actually bar tumblers that have been in Evita's family for as long as she has. They were made from silhouettes by Carew Rice.
Here's a close up of the detailing.
(Photos provided by Evita Smith)
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