Another Halloween themed table, this one I did a few years ago. During Halloween season it is easy to find lots of skulls in all shapes, sizes, and materials. I just scattered some skulls along the center of the table and wound a couple of my scarves through them for some added detail.
I found the skull plates on Ebay several years ago. They were made by the 222 Fifth Company and there are four different designs in the set.
I bought the black glass plates somewhere while we were on vacation a few years ago but I can’t remember where. They are made by Luminarc France. They were really cheap so I bought white ones as well.
I bought this square glass plate with a black lace design online somewhere a few years ago but I can’t remember where.
This large square white plate was made by 10 Strawberry Street. A large square plate like this is a great starter plate if you want to begin to do tablescaping. You can use it as a charger or a dinner plate. I have large square plates in black and brown also and I use them often. The black and brown ones are actually some kind of plastic material. I am amazed at all the great quality plastic plates that are available now.
The black flatware is Ginkgo LePrix, it’s one of the cheaper sets available. I bought the white tablecloth on Amazon and the black and white plastic tweed place mats came from Bed, Bath, and Beyond. The black napkins came from Pier 1 probably. I bought the black and white napkins online but I can’t remember where, it might have been Crate and Barrel. I am surprised at how often I use them, they seem to go well with lots of different table designs. The black napkin rings came from Pier 1.
I bought the tall black and white goblets on sale at Z Gallerie some years ago. They are the tallest goblets I have in my goblet collection. I found the small silver skull salt and pepper set at HomeGoods.
The skull place card holder came from Grandin Road online a few years ago. Their Halloween catalog and collections are amazing every year!
I bought the tall black pillar candle holders online at Grandin Road a few years ago. The skull candle came from Etsy.
This is probably my favorite skull on the whole table. It is a candle (but I would never light it!). I bought it at Z Gallerie online a few years ago.
Hmm, maybe we should have Ribs for dinner!
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