Halloween's Setting

It's almost that time of the year, where little ones dress up like witches and ghouls to trick or treat. Why not seek to treat in this coming Halloween. Get spooked by these amazing table settings. They are so good, your guests might be in for a shock.

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Skulls on Plates

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Incorporate skeletal designed plates for a subtle All Hallow's Eve table setting. To intensify the look, try having statuettes of owls or nocturnal birds on a raised platform. Your guests will be sure to finish up every morsel.

Ravens

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Get inspiration from Edgar Allen Poe's The Raven for your table decor. When choosing your Ravens, opt for ones made with feather for a realistic look. To supplement the supernatural look, add skeletal hands, creepy crawliest and cauldrons.

A Simple Boo

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Nothing befits a good old scare than a simple "BOO!" Customise your charger plate with chalk written message that is fitting for the October festivities. Candles, spiders and cobwebs are great supplements to the table décor.

Is it Blue or Grey?

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While black is often used as the main colour scheme for Halloween, greys and blues are becoming popular choices to add a touch of uniqueness. To enhance this look add curiosities like a twisted broken branch, broken toys and mineral coasters. A fruit punch in blood red will definitely bring about a sense of bizzare

A pumpkin before midnight

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Nowhere near the typical spooky table setting, this simplified Halloween décor is family and kid friendly. Colours like orange and black are typical colour schemes of the Hallow's Eve. A mini pumpkin as a place card holder rounds up this classy look.