3 most important places to decorate for Halloween

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It’s finally October! If Halloween is your favorite holiday then you’ll love this! Jordan Robinson from Rod Works joined us to show the 3 most important places to decorate for Halloween.

  1. Front Porch
    • With more visitors than usual coming to your door this month, you will want to make sure it is welcoming with the colors of the haunting season.
    • To achieve a spirited front porch entrance, use black, white and orange decor for a classic Halloween look.
    • Adding a festive wreath, garland and your choice of an arrangement of pumpkins are just the things you will need to get your house looking spooktacular!
  2. Entry Way Table
    • A perfect place for convenience and display of trick or treat candy.
    • If you have glass apothecary jars around your house, or fun mix matched dishware… use these items to hold all of your treats!
    • Stack them on old books for varying height.
  3. Fireplace Mantel
    • Find a focal point piece first.
    • This could be a fun Halloween sign / picture, or a whimsical figurine. Then build off of it from there.
    • Add pumpkins, candles, and a garland to finish off the look!

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Visit rodworks.com for store locations and decorating ideas!

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