3 unique color palettes for your Halloween decor
Caramel- and cotton- colored amaranth shows us that Halloween doesn't need to be all orange and black. (Jeffery Cross / Sunset Publishing)

Caramel- and cotton- colored amaranth shows us that Halloween doesn’t need to be all orange and black. (Jeffery Cross / Sunset Publishing)

This guest post is by Tam Ashworth, florist on BloomNation—“The Etsy for flowers”—and Owner of Isari Flower Studio + Event Design in Solana Beach, CA.

Halloween decor can be more than black cats and orange jack-o’-lanterns if you aren’t afraid to try something new. This Halloween, try using one of these unique color palettes in your Halloween decor for a look that is sure to make a killer impression.

Wow your guests with a Halloween table that is filled with textural and seasonal elements like raw cotton and maple leaves that you can enjoy even after the party is over. (Shane and La…

1. Caramel and cotton

Looking to create a sophisticated table for your Halloween party? Try working in this warm color palette for a fierce fall look. Think of caramel as orange’s older and more fashionable sister – a girl who never wants to play it safe.

Black and burgundy lead the way in this over-the-top floral headpiece inspired by the intensity of Frida Kahlo. (Shane and Lauren Photography)

2. Black and burgundy

Black isn’t going anywhere in regards to Halloween décor, but pair it with burgundy and it’s like bringing the color back from the dead. Burgundy and black create a dark and moody palette that is perfect to incorporate into your wearable Halloween décor (aka, your costume). It’s rich, bold, and oozes with drama.

We found inspiration in Mexican sugar skulls when we dreamed up this floral interpretation of the traditional folk art. (Shane and Lauren Photography)

3. Eggplant and amethyst

And because not everything has to be spider webs and tombstones, have some fun by featuring different shades of purples in your décor. From saturated eggplants to lively amethysts, purple is a sure fire way to stand out amongst a sea of black and orange.

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