Welcome friends! It’s Friday, which means it’s time for Tammy, of Patina and Paint, and I to continue our Decorate with Us Halloween Series. Today we are sharing ideas for how we use Halloween decor on our kitchen countertop. Let’s dive right in!
If you missed my Halloween entryway post that I shared on Tuesday, you can check that out here!
Halloween Decor for Kitchen Sink Area
I started my Halloween kitchen countertop decorating near my sink. I left my DIY tea towel ladder and added a Halloween towel from Target to it.
To the right of the sink I placed a Dollar Tree sign that I added an orange bow.
There’s a countertop to the right of the sink where I kept the decor simple, adding a Halloween skull charcuterie board that I used as a tray holding my white pitcher vase with black pampas grass inside and two white pumpkins with 3D bats.
Long Kitchen Countertop Halloween Decor
My kitchen countertop is actually one huge, long L-shape with the sink closer to the refrigerator. Starting in the corner of that countertop past the left of the sink, I placed my white canisters (love these!!) on a raven and bat Halloween tea towel that matches the one on the tea towel ladder. I have two sets, so I placed the other on the handle of the stove. I forgot to get a close-up photo, but you can see it better in my video on Facebook. Ignore my Google device. My son gets freaked out if it’s gone when I decorate lol!
Next to the canisters, to the right of the stove, I left my acacia wood tray and white utensil holder on it. I added a Luminara jack-o-lantern and a Dollar Tree skull in front of it. I said it in my fall kitchen countertop post, but, man, this jack-o-lantern is ah-mazing! I absolutely love it! Worth every single penny because it looks so real. Check out my video on Facebook and you’ll see what I mean!
To the left of my stove, I set up a little potion area. On the wall I hung a Dollar Tree “welcome” sign with little potion bottles in the background then two DIY Halloween yarn wreaths on either side of it to add some orange to this area. In front of that I have a little set up of made apothecary bottles. I made them years and years ago, and I can’t remember the blog that I got the printable labels from, but when I find it, I’ll link it!
There’s just a little more space in the corner of the kitchen countertop, so I felt like it needed a little more Halloween decor. I placed three Dollar Tree Halloween books in the corner with a DIY book page pumpkin on top.
That completes my countertop decor!
I’m so happy with how it turned out! What do you think?
Be sure to follow me on Facebook, Instagram, and TikTok where I shared the video of my Halloween kitchen countertop and the decorating process. You can see Tammy’s video there too!
Before you go, head over and check out Tammy’s Halloween kitchen countertop decor!
Since I’m joining Tammy for our Decorate with Us series, I will be posting my Halloween porch video and post on Tuesday, instead of next Wednesday, which is what you’ll see below. Also, today’s post replaces tomorrow’s normal time. In three weeks, I’ll be back to my regular posting schedule.
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Halloween Kitchen Countertop Decor Ideas
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