Whether you’ve got children or not, adding a bit of Halloween decor is fun way to give your home a seasonal spin. From embracing a full-on black and orange theme to going for a more sophisticated look, there are plenty of ways to add a bit of a ghoulish twist to your dining room so that it’s ready for Halloween get-togethers or fancy dress dinner parties.

Enchanted decor

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Halloween doesn’t have to mean tacky plastic accessories and if you want a more grown-up look, you can create it with a few token accessories that add a more subtle nod to the seasonal celebration. Munchkins, mini pumpkins, look super cute displayed on a table and you don’t have to worry about carving them. Add some gold candles, burnished leaves gathered on walks and you’re all set for a spooky yet stylish soiree.

Sideboard styling

Brooklyn dining table | @a_wee_bit_of_me

If you want to keep your table free for the feast you’re serving up, consider giving your sideboard a haunted twist for the spooky season. A simple and affordable way to transform the space is to decorate with paper lanterns and some faux seasonal leaves, plus after Halloween you can simply remove the pumpkins and enjoy an autumnal display.

Spooktacular scenes

Rushmere dining table | @this_mum_makes

If you want to go all out and really embrace the Halloween spirit, give your dining table a spooky makeover. You can find pretty much everything with a Halloween twist, from crockery and placemats to table runners, and of course plenty of accessories such as fake cobwebs and skeletons. Plus, there are lots of elements that you can craft and make yourself, all you need is a little imagination and creativity.

What are you doing to celebrate Halloween? We’d love to see you spooky decorations, tag us at #OakFurnitureland on Instagram.