Horns and skulls may not seem like holiday decor, but with the addition of vintage colored lights, these staples of masculine decor can take on a playful, urban vibe. Consider hanging the fixtures near an entrance, wrapping them with a single strands of lights, then using a cloth-wrapped extension cord to add vintage charm.
To create a master suite that’s clean and classic, remodeling expert Darron O’Bonnon and interior designer Brian Patrick Flynn both agreed on a tranquil shade of blue-gray for the walls, trim and ceiling. For masculine appeal, Flynn outfitted the room with a mix of rustic, primitive and midcentury modern touches.
Create a tall grim centerpiece by filling a three-tier cake stand with various Halloween decor. HGTV fan Tamgypsy filled the centerpiece with glittery skulls, bones, spray-painted Christmas ornaments and a silver witch's hat. She placed miniature skulls on the plates and brought crystal elements to the table with candle holders and wine glasses.
Dramatic artwork and a long wood cabinet keep the colorful style of this eclectic living room from feeling precious. The floral curtains deliver the biggest hit of pattern; a solid blue sofa and aqua walls temper the small, busy print.
Awash in cheery color, this foyer tricks the eye by hanging a large painting of a room above the console. The bright palette of the artwork is picked up in the rug and striped accent pillow making the space itself a compelling still life.
A steel wainscot creates a hard wearing wall treatment in this powder room that takes rustic to an all-new level of chic. The industrial pendant lights and floating rock sink are perfect accents to the design.
Start with a simple shelf then dress it up with creepy decor — furry spiders, black crows, plastic skulls and skeletons are all good choices. You could also drape the shelf with cheesecloth or spider webs for an added frightening effect.
In a fun nod to this ski cabin's locale, a small niche becomes a whimsical retreat with the addition of a brightly painted lift chair. The side bars are an informal frame for the skull on the back wall.