How To Use Halloween Decor All Year Round
A growing kitchen trend is dark dishware. While white porcelain dishware has been popular for centuries, there’s something special about black plates, cups, and even silverware, per Chefs Tableware. Black dishware is chic and looks elegant for any occasion, including weddings, dinner parties, and birthdays. It’s definitely not just for Halloween. An interesting tidbit about black dishware is that colorful fruits and vegetables pop against the black background because their structures and shapes are more emphasized.
Colored glassware is also a widespread kitchen decor trend (via The Inn). From tall to short, you can find glasses that fit your kitchen aesthetic and add a pop of mysterious color. Achieve a gothic yet chic style by purchasing purple, blue, and black goblets. This Fanny Blue Goblet from Bespoke Designs is gorgeous, and the color will spark conversation. Dinner guests will feel like they’re drinking from a glass at an elegant Victorian dinner party. Choose glasses and goblets of different shapes to display on your tablescape for a spooky style. The Alma Blue Double Old-Fashioned Glass from Crate & Barrel is rounded and stout with intricately designed bands of beads all over, giving it a fresh and simple look.