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Halloween Tablescape Blog Hop

Halloween Tablescape and More!
Headless Horseman Halloween tablescape

Gather ’round and hear a tale
that started long ago on the Sleepy Hollow Trail..

Headless Horseman Halloween tablescapeWhen the air is filled with the chill of fall,
he rides the night through the foggy pall.
Headless Horseman Halloween tablescape

With glowing pumpkin raised on high, through woods and thickets he seems to fly.  So don’t be caught on a Halloween night or the horseman will give you a terrible fright!

Headless Horseman Halloween tablescape

I took Dollar Tree jack o’lanterns and painted them with a flat black paint.  One topped each place setting.

Headless Horseman Halloween tablescape

Tiny battery operated lights gave a glow to gray tulle I arranged loosely down the center of the table to suggest the fog my headless horseman was riding through.

Headless Horseman Halloween tablescapeIt kind of looks like the horseman left a spooky jack o lantern at each plate, doesn’t it?

Headless Horseman Halloween tablescapeThe fun really begins when I turn on the lights in each of the jack o lanterns!  Look out!  The horseman is coming!

Headless Horseman Halloween tablescape

Spiderweb placemats were set beneath black pierced edge chargers, each topped with a gray dinner plate and a silvery salad plate.  Napkin rings were very simple for me, just black on black ribbon tied neatly around white rolled napkins.

Headless Horseman Halloween tablescapeGray crystal wine glasses and silver water goblets, left unpolished for this table were the stemware.

Headless Horseman Halloween tablescapeTwo black trees from Target’s Bullseye’s Playground were a bargain at $3 each!  Let’s hope they don’t snag the horseman’s head as he gallops through the trees!

Headless Horseman Halloween tablescape

Headless Horseman Halloween tablescapeBottles painted with flat black paint hold candles for additional atmosphere.Headless Horseman Halloween tablescape

Headless Horseman Halloween tablescape

Don’t be caught on a lonely road come Halloween night…BOO!

Now, visit all of these other bloggers and check out their fantastic Halloween tablescapes!

Monday

Belle Blue Interiors
From My Carolina Home
Home is Where the Boat Is
My Kentucky Living

Tuesday

Rattlebridge Farm
Corner of Plaid and Paisley
Hey Fitzy

Wednesday

Life and Linda
Me and My Captain
The Painted Apron

Thursday

The Sweet Sensations
Dining Delight
Celebrate & Decorate

Friday

B. Lovely Events
A casa di Bianca
Supper Table Talk
Red Cottage Chronicles

 


I will be sharing this at the following link parties:   Tablescape Thursday Hauntingly Beautiful Decor Halloween Link Party

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Chloe is the creator of Celebrate & Decorate. Chloe is passionate about having a comfortable and well designed home - she also loves to entertain family and friends. Learn more about Chloe. Follow Chloe: Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+, YouTube

41 Comments

  1. Chloe, Thrills and Chills…what spooky fun and atmosphere you’re created for your headless horseman table! The tulle with the lights suggesting fog is a brilliant and scary touch. You have to love Dollar Tree and the Dollar Spot in Target. I found the same twig trees, perfectly spooky for the price! Thanks so much for organizing our scary fun, it’s always a pleasure tablescaping and blog hopping with you!

  2. The scene you have created is nightmarish!! The fog effect with all the black pieces is so sinister looking. You have really captured the Halloween spirit here in a very unique way!! Thanks so much for allowing me to be part of your blog hop, I have really enjoyed it!!!

  3. Ohhhh Chloe, I relived the tale of the headless horseman all over again through your tablescape. The tulle gave the right touch to resemble fog! Great idea. I have to agree with Mary…what would we do without the dollar stores? Loved the bottles painted black for the candles. Perfectly eerie! Thanks for hosting, it has been such fun.

  4. Fabulous Spooky Fun Chloe! I hope I never fun into the headless horseman on a dark foggy night, yikes!! I love all the black and the tiny twinkling lights, I think I heard you cackling with glee!! You created wonderful atmosphere with your creativity and bargain bin finds! Thank you for a very eerie experience!

  5. Chloe, your table is so dramatic and spooky. Love the theme. It’s great to find bargains for our tables and projects. The lights really add a cool effect. Black paint is a wonderful tool. Truly creepy and scary.

  6. Chloe, you have created an eerie ambiance! The table with the headless horseman is creepy and creative. The lights and the black pumpkins are perfect! I am so sorry I was unable to do this blog hop, it is the first one of yours that I was unable to participate. I have enjoyed everyone’s spooky tables!

  7. Thanks for creating the Halloween blog hop instead of a fall hop. it was fun to see all the creative ideas. I have a rather extensive collection of Halloween items including your headless horse who is riding through a cemetery. Love your tablescape.

    1. Thank you and you are welcome, Lee. Actually I did host a fall hop a few weeks ago, but I do love getting creative for Halloween. I hunted for my headless horseman on the internet and I know he comes in two sizes. I had hoped to find one of the larger ones, but settled for this guy when I found him for only $10! Is yours the larger size? Happy Halloween!

    1. Thank you so much Rita! We missed having you join us at this hop. I took so many pictures with different light trying to get it right, I am glad you thought I captured it in the right light!

  8. Chloe, I love this Halloween table! What a wonderful theme…The Headless Horseman. Your black decor against the white tulle and lights compliments the table perfectly. You always host the best blog hops, and I always have so much fun! Thank you, sweet friend, for always including me. I hope you have a happy fall!!!

  9. Oh Chloe, I love it! That tulle really looks like a foggy mist raising up around the Headless Horseman! I just imagine sitting around your table sharing tails of horror and fright!! I am so honoured to be included with this talented bunch of tablescape creators!! Happy Halloween!

    1. Thank you so much Maureen, I was pleased with how this table turned out, it was a fun one to style. I am always happy to have you join in the blog hops and share your table styling talents!

  10. Oh, Chloe, we make quite a pair, yours is headless and mine is without a body!!! I’d also like to know where you found the Headless Horseman. This table is creepy cool and the effects with the lights and tulle created the best ambiance ever. This theme is unique and you didn’t miss a detail. Thank you for bringing us together again!

  11. Oh Chloe this is fantastic! I really like how you used the gray tulle with the lights – it sets the perfect spooky vibe for your table and the story you told. And a headless horseman – awesome! The black twig trees are another element that creates the scene wonderfully. Your photography has captured the ambiance of the table – I love the overhead shots. I really enjoyed seeing this and am going back for another look. Thanks again Chloe for hosting yet another spook-tacular Blog Hop!

    1. Thank you so much Lori! I do feel like it looked like my headless horseman was riding through the woods on a foggy night. Thank you for being part of another hop and sharing your table styling skills and creativity!

  12. love the table. unique theme and that tulle with the lights is everything! great job. love seeing all the tables on the blog hop. halloween lets that little kid inside all of us come out! xo- maryjo

  13. It was a dark and foggy night….wow, I love the mood you created! The headless horseman, the bare black trees, the tulle, the story you weave. Imaginative and unforgettable. Thank you so much for your superb organizing of this much-anticipated, delightful event!

  14. All of the black and white is so HAUNTINGLY BEAUTIFUL! I love the headless horseman theme. My son had the coolest headless horseman costume two years ago! I had looked for a statue like yours that year but couldn’t find it. Love this post and pinning some of these great images. Thank you so much for linking up to Hauntingly Beautiful Decor Halloween Link Party!

  15. You get the prize for creativity! Your lighting effects are awesome. Painted bottles in black, unpolished silver goblets, tulle, black trees, black jack-o-lanterns and more were such great choices and perfect on your table finish.
    Sorry, I am late to the party. Last week and this week have been hectic for me.

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