Monday, October 19, 2009

Happy Haunting



Well, It is official....Summer is over. The ONLY thing that makes it less depressing is to get out the Fall decor and turn your abode into an autumnal oasis. I love Fall Decor. I especially like Halloween.













Just adding gourds and pumpkins to all my exsisting vignettes gives the impression I spent hours....when really its a matter of minutes.





I love this little halloween dress. I couldnt decide "do I do a little laundry line?"
Nah, I just left it where I unpacked it, and I kinda like the casual look.







Everyone out in the yard gets into the act. I have many statues , they all don either a hat, mask or both.

I know these manequins from my old clothing stores would come in handy for something......well. now they are reborn as crash landing witches.



















This is a very important marker that puts my home on the national registry of historical places.....(NOT).









Just a simple black and orange lantern adds so much.









I love these steel colored pumpkins....who says they have to be orange??














Stuck onto a candlestick I think it looks great.

















paper silouette crows are everywhere !!














It is easy to add the fall decor to your existing decor. It takes on a totally new look, but with little effort. Oh, tuck in some preserved fall leaves too.....









Look how great Sevres porcelain looks with pumpkins and leaves.
















I have so many indoor sculptures and busts. I get them into the act with masks, hats, wigs, glasses, whatever I find to fit them. It makes a fine piece of art almost whimsical.




































Of course, every house needs a giant web.

















































































I found this antique oija board at an antique fair.....Oh I love to mix antique pcs. with holiday decor.
























Monsieur E"bone"eezer. LOVE HIM!!!











































These little glass beaded pumpkins are so sweet and look great tucked anywhere.

























































I love these cut out pumpkins. You dont have to say you dont have alot of room. Cluster them into a corner, in a giant cauldron and fill it with straw. It will be much more impactful.





6 comments:

red.neck chic said...

Oh my gosh - EVERYTHING looks so FANTASTIC but I have to confess...I am giggling uncontrollably over the crashing witch.....

Thank you for sharing!!! Now, I'm returning to my uncontrollable laughter...

Have a good one! ;-)
robelyn

trash talk said...

Gina, it was so much fun getting to meet you at Zapp (Cat Daddy says HI!). Your home is just amazing and I love all the "spirited" fun you've sprinkled about...especially Mr. Neezer. Have a wonderful Halloween!
Debbie
P.S. Good grief...my word verification is "squat" as in "I ain't got...!)

time-worn interiors said...

Hey Gina! I was so happy to get to meet you in Texas. I would love to come to your showroom in Jan., only one problem I don't have a store to buy for. I can't wait to see pictures of what you do this time. I love your style and I love your products, great ideas! Maybe we will run into each other in Iowa!
Theothertheresa

Nancy said...

Well it looks like you are definitely ready for Halloween. Love it!

barbolarose said...

It is fabulous! Who knew puttis looked so good in orange! I can hardly wait to see Christmas at Peacock Park.

Welcome to Yaya Chique! said...

Looks fantastic sweetie! Love that staircase and I believe
E(bone)ezer" is my fav! :)

xo...deb

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