Go Goth with This Gorgeous Halloween Table
For her centerpieces, Griffith collected random vases, glasses, and crockery from thrift stores. Then, she gave each piece a few coats of matte black paint to unify them.
Griffith says you should know the following two things:
Other creepy elements on her table included vintage candlesticks, baskets, and gauzy cheesecloth squares as “web” napkins. Plus, check out those metallic paper spiders and paper flowers, both of which up the spooky factor.
If this is what the dark side looks like, I think I’m crossing over for my next Halloween dinner party.
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