Do you like farmhouse style decor? Do you like to decorate for Halloween? Do you like tiered trays? Then follow these simple steps to style a spooktacular Halloween tiered tray.

Tiered trays are the perfect decor staple for every home!

They are just so versatile because they can be used in most rooms in your house.

Don’t you agree??

Plus…tiered trays can be switched up for every season or holiday!!

And they are great for entertaining too!

halloween tiered tray completed with decor

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Find a tray that fits your style

I just started using this tiered tray about a year ago and I love changing it up each season.

Modern farmhouse style is kinda my jam so I tend to like neutral colors and natural elements when styling my tiered tray.

I just love how my Fall Tiered Tray turned out after styling it with some no-sew sweater pumpkins.

You can see how I styled this same tray for spring and summer.

I’ll wait while you check them out!

See…so fun to style, right!

close up image of empty galvanized tiered tray

It’s kinda sad but I haven’t decorated for Halloween in years since my kids are in high school and college.  (insert mom tears)

This year I couldn’t help but notice so many cute farmhouse style Halloween decor pieces in my favorite stores. 

So…I just had to buy a few new super cute things…

and pulled out a few old ones too (always remember to shop your home).

Then had some FUN putting together my farmhouse style Halloween tiered tray. 

empty tiered tray with decor pieces on table beside tray

Farmhouse Style Halloween Signs

I found both of the tabletop signs at Kirkland’s last year.

I didn’t see the same one this year but here is one. Here is another sign that is similar in style.

The signs are the perfect anchor pieces to start building on when styling a tiered tray.

close up of halloween poem tabletop sign

DESIGN TIP – When adding decor items use wood blocks to lift some of your pieces up to create different heights within your display.

close up of wood blocks stacked in from to galvanized tiered tray

Black & White Pumpkins

What’s more farmhouse than classic black and white plaid or buffalo check?

So when I found these cute little guys in the Target Dollar spot I knew they’d be perfect for a farmhouse style Halloween tiered tray.

close up of top tray with black and white pumpkins

I loved that not only were they different black and white plaid patterns but the pumpkins were also different shapes.

And if you look closely you can see how I used the woodblocks to lift up the items.

You can find cute buffalo check pumpkins here and and here!

Mixing In Old Halloween Decor

I’m all about using items that we already own to keep costs down.

The small wood ghost and pumpkin pieces we’ve had for years and years.

Like so long I have no idea where I got them! LOL

But don’t they look adorable sitting in this farmhouse styled tiered tray?

I found a couple of cute options for you here and here.

bottom of tiered tray with halloween decor

Using Everyday Decor Filler

I needed a few more items to fill in the Halloween Tiered Tray but didn’t want to spend any more money on this project.

It was time to shop our house for some filler decor!

If you’ve been around a while you know I love Rae Dunn and I had this black mug in our dining room hutch so I grabbed to use in the tray.

The black wood & twine string of beads and the white chippy wood orb adds a bit more farmhouse charm.

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Farmhouse Style Halloween Vignette

How awesome is that HUGE Rae Dunn Spooky pumpkin?

I was super excited when I found that at HomeGoods!

The black pumpkin and sign match the tiered tray color scheme perfectly….don’t you think so?

I just sat the pumpkin on a wood stool I had been using for a plant stand and viola…my house is ready for Halloween!

farmhouse halloween tiered tray vignette with rae dunn pumpkin

So tell me…do you decorate for Halloween?

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Happy Halloween!

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