Julie’s Spooky-Yet-Minimalist Halloween Vignettes

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Is your Halloween style  more restrained and chic than over the top and splashy? Then we think you’ll be inspired by today’s great decorating ideas.

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Julie at Coordinately Yours recently shared these fun Halloween vignettes from her blog, and we’re obsessing over her chic, spooky, and restrained use of Halloween decor.

 

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Julie told us, “I tend to choose items that are very versatile. It gives me the opportunity to change my mind and use it in an alternative way at a later date, or to change our home with the seasons. That’s why I included the Elaine glass display box. It’s timeless and transitional. Currently, it’s displayed on our book cases and I can change the contents of it seasonally.”

 

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“I also included a Pottery Barn gilded frame (from last season) because it really stands out among the other neutral elements. ”

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“A few years ago, I purchase the vintage suitcase jewelry box for my husband Chris,” Julie notes. “He needed a place to keep his cuff links, ring, watches and keepsakes. It’s masculine, yet still fits in with our bedroom. ”

 

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Thanks for sharing, Julie! We love all of your vignettes.

 

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Have you used any of these elements for Halloween vignettes in your home?

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A slightly tarnished tray has the perfect patina for a spooky candle display.

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The addition of a single spider is an easy way to add a Halloween touch to your chandelier.

 

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Find more decorating inspiration from Julie at Coordinately Yours!

3 thoughts on “Julie’s Spooky-Yet-Minimalist Halloween Vignettes

  1. Angela DeMuro

    Love all of it! We have done the same style of Halloween decor in our home (a farmhouse from 1919) as well. Understated, neutral colors; with the lovely pop of a black spider or a tarnished tray! Thank you Julie for sharing your home…now I am headed over to your blog:)

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