Fall Home Tour: Spooky + Rustic Kitchen

As a classic horror movie fanatic, I always have to fit a haunted Halloween room into my fall decor.  I love all the creepy cloth, spider webs, moss, crows, skulls, and all things spooky that go into my space!  I'm constantly collecting things that might fit in to my various spooky themes and it really is super easy to create haunted decor even if you are on a budget!  There are many staple items you can get for cheap that you will use year after year even if you slightly change your style.  Creepy cloth, spider webs, and moss are all items that you can add to just about any decor to make it look instantly creepy!  I also use my fake crows and skull heads year after year (both are from Michael's and you can get them super cheap off-season or with their weekly coupons!).  Other items that are good for building a spooky look are candlesticks, antique portraits, and old books (all of mine are vintage from various thrift stores, garage sales, or peddler malls).  I also added some gray and green pumpkins and gourds to my space because I can't get enough fall produce throughout the house.  One of my favorite things is the giant twig wreath above my mantle that I found for a couple of dollars at a garage sale this summer- it is the perfect spooky wreath!   I added a pop of color with some simple arrangements using Trader Joe's "pumpkin trees" and eucalyptus bunches.  Enjoy my spooky + rustic Halloween kitchen!