Halloween hutch decorated and ready to delight all who dare to enter. I started by painting the hutch with Dixie Belle Paint in the color cotton. Learn how to use DBP HERE. It is the perfect neutral, making it the best choice.
I gathered lots of everyday items and of course lots of Halloween items too. Mixing everyday items with a holiday items is a budget friendly way too decorate for any holiday.
After moving around the elements and stepping back, I took this photo to be sure I was satisfied with the finished design.
Taking a closer look at the different vignettes created on this Halloween hutch, you can see some of my handmade DIY projects, such as the cute pumpkins, block signs, and gnome. To learn how to make your own pumpkins see an earlier post HERE, learn how to make the cute block signs HERE and Mr. Gnome tutorial HERE.
I really adore the clean lines of Rae Dunn ceramics. For that reason they are so easy to add to any holiday decor. Mugs, plates, glassware, signs, and tea pot with cream and sugar dishes to name a few of the versatile pieces I added in this Halloween hutch display.
Wood slices under mugs and signs as well as the wood candle holders juxtapose clean lines and natural elements creating a cozy feel to the ensemble.
Black and White:
Black and white are the main players on this Halloween hutch such as the black and white buffalo check banner, black and white check and striped pumpkins, black and white Rae Dunn ceramics. For this reason, it was easy to add a bit of orange and yellow to accent.
Decorating this Halloween hutch did not cost me cent due to using items I already owed. Plus I craft lots of my own holiday decor to keep my decorating budget friendly.
Thank you so much for stopping by. What are your Halloween decorating plans? Please share in the comments.