It’s finally October and time to bring all the spooky af decor out. With that said, I wanted to add some more orange and sage to our black and white house. In this post I have added our living room, our little buffet area and a glance at our new accent wall with the art ledge. I will be doing a blog post strictly on the art ledge, accent wall which will include a tutorial shorty. But, for now lets’s talk about how I got our cape cod home ready for Halloween!
As you can see, I added in touches of orange with actual pumpkins and copper pieces that I have collected over the years. As for the sage colour, I used dried flowers from our wedding and actual plants to tie in with the green glass skull that I recently purchased.
Our living room is always exciting to decorate as the built-ins are so fun to style! I switched up our coffee table with an ottoman paired with a magnolia drum table. I added a skull banner to our mantel, and a giant fern to the far corner!
On the ottoman I used a vintage sign as a tray, because I set it down there and decided to leave it. – It looked too good to move!
Peaky through the left corner, is our vintage buffet! I love styling this piece because it’s so big and spacious.
I have made the buffet back to a bar cart which includes Muskoka Gin, vodka and copper mugs. Moscow Mules anyone?
I layered the buffet with a vintage door, one of my favourite mirrors and the world map, along with copper candleholders.
And here is a glimpse of our black accent wall with the art ledge! I love this dang ledge so much.
This wall is very bold to our white house and we love it. I’ve already switched up the art 3 times, and we installed it on Monday. Good thing we didn’t do a gallery wall!
For styling the gallery wall, I played off of the built-in’s and added some orange to the ledge. I also added a vintage mirror which helped bring in the sage by reflecting off of the built-ins! WINNER.
I’m slowly working on our kitchen and trying to make it look just as spooky, so stay tuned for that!
I hope you guys liked my mini Halloween decor tour in our Cape Cod inspired home.
If you have questions, please comment below and I will answer them as quickly as I can.