Styling a Bar Cart: Halloween Edition

This year, I was totally ready to get festive for a spooky and fun month of October. I am going for moody, eclectic, and slightly gothic (ever so slightly). Here, I’ll share how I decorated the bar cart for Halloween. I’ll also include links to as many items as I can along with links to similar items you see here.

A Halloween bar cart wouldn’t be complete without some spooky décor, spider webs, and a lot of pumpkins. Am I right? The glitter pumpkins are from Amazon. I bought the 6 inch and 4.5 inch sizes. I love them so much, that I think I’ll be buying more to place around the house. The upside down batt dictionary art you see in the picture frame is also from Amazon. They have a variety of pictures ranging from skulls to pumpkins, so you can pick one to your liking. It comes as the print only. I had an extra 11×14 black frame laying around.

The faux peonies bouquet is also from Amazon. The black vase holding the flowers is an old Homegoods find. How funky and cool is the crow sitting on top of the skull and books? I got it at Homegoods. Don’t mind the sticky reminance of price tag stickers on the Moscow mule mugs– I need to scrub them off still. Mine were gifted to me, but I found similar ones here.

The cake stand is old, and it used to be white. I wanted to create moodiness, so I spray painted it black. Any black will do. I think this one was matte black that I had left over from another project. The whiskey decanter was a gift but I found one similar, here.

I can’t get over how lovely these glitter pumpkins are! They definitely add some drama to the look! The set of four drinking glasses with holder are from World Market. I obviously need to beef up our liquor stock, but for now, this will do. The creepy hand in the back is from this season at Homegoods. I try to layer pieces to ad depth and drama. It might be hard to see but there is a black tray that is creating a designated space for some of the liquor and other items.

I had so much fun decorating this bar cart for the Halloween season. Seeing how all of the décor pieces compliment each other is exciting.

There are so many fun options and routes you can choose to take when decorating for holidays and events. I suggest going with your gut for what vibe you’re going for. Then, commit to it and go all out! Let your personality and style show through when decorating. Don’t forget to share it with people!



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