Halloween 2013

Each year when Halloween flies around we tend to wonder “How  will we decorate this year?”  This holiday is one where people often want to throw a party and decorate for guests.  If you love this holiday and want to decorate your home to reflect this then make sure that you have fun with it. By introducing whimsical decorations with a scary twist you can create  the perfect “halloween” interior for a colorful home.

Colorful Interior Space

Colorful Interior Space

When there are multiple bright colors in your interior, decorating and painting pumpkins is the perfect way to add pattern to your room.  Since these items will be temporary, you can use any inexpensive craft source to add texture to the space.

Colorful Painted Pumpkins

Colorful Painted Pumpkins

If you are not comfortable with lots of color in your interior, then a sophisticated Halloween may be more your style.  Trends of white and black decor are very popular during this season.  Gathering items like white pumpkins, black wreaths, and silver candelabras with spiderwebs will show your friends how to celebrate with style.  Punching small items with whimsical typography on pillows and napkins can make a statement in this modern chic look.

sophisticated halloween black and white

Regardless of how you choose to decorate, remember the purpose of the holiday is to have fun!  If you are in need of pillows, new pop-out seat cushions, runners for tables, or any other creative item that you can’t find in other stores, let Fabrics and Frames assist you with your decorative ideas. We are able to help you create most any unique piece that you can imagine to bring the spirit of Halloween into your home!

For more information on  where to get more ideas on designing and custom looks  please visit our website:


We are currently located at 5322 Alpha Rd, Dallas, Texas 75240972-385-4097.  Please contact us if you have any questions about this blog at andy@fabricsandframes.com, and or follow us on Facebook!


Written by: Erica Guajardo

Edited by: Linda Decuir


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