The only Halloween decorating I've done in my kitchen is on the big wall. I only have one wall in my kitchen area that I can decorate. The other two are covered up by cabinets.
I wanted to stick with my black & white theme since the kitchen & my family room is actually one big room. But I did add a splash of orange.
Only because I found these cute pumpkins at Target this year. They were like a couple of bucks each. Pretty cheap. A dollar a piece would have been better. But I can't complain too much.
I didn't want to change up my existing decor too much. So I placed 2 of the pumpkins inside some goblets that sit on top of this shelf. I did remove my rooster finial that usually sits in the middle so the pumpkin with the witches hat could sit there.
On the plate rack I added two of the black & white damask plates that I already had. They came from Marshall's last year or the year before. The Halloween subway art plate is actually a paper plate from Target this year. I just taped it to one of my ironstone plates.
In fact, I taped the paper plates to three more ironstone plates. The paper plates from Target were less than $2.00 (at least I think they were). And the best part, I can throw them away when Halloween is over. But I won't. I'll save them for next year. Except that next year subway art probably won't be in style.
Target also had a matching Halloween subway art tablecloth. But I had already purchased some spider lace to use as my tablecloth this year. But I was sooooooooooo tempted to buy the subway art one at Target. I did get the pillow for my family room.
I hung three more white ironstone plates on the wall. I printed out the letters from Allsorts blog to spell out "EEK". Last year I had printed out "BOO" from The Graphics Fairy.
And of course, I forgot to take a photo of the entire wall. Here you can see at least 1/2 of the wall. The EEK plates are hanging above an antique secretary that sits just to the right of the 3 large plates.
And on the left you can see I hung 2 of the 3 Halloween signs I picked up at Dollar Tree.
I'm having such a good time trying to decorate as frugally as I can this year. And at this point, I can't see a reason for dragging out my old Halloween stuff. I'm liking the new stuff better.