Welcome, foolish mortals, to the Lawrence Dead & Breakfast.
In an effort to control the amount of decorations we purchase for Halloween, as well as ensure cohesiveness, we decided to pick a theme for our house. Without it, I would probably buy or make every silly, cute, spooky Halloween thing on the planet. Instead, we forced ourselves to narrow it down. The intention is to build up on the decor every year, staying within the aesthetic of the original theme. This helps guide what projects I do too! So, after scouring magazines and Pinterest, we ultimately found our inspiration from this Better Homes & Gardens article. And the Lawrence Dead & Breakfast was born.
Of course, being us, we also have a bit of Disney thrown into the mix. I mean, really, we can’t help ourselves. We’re a Disney family.
So, come on it. Take a look around.
Jack Skellington Statue: Jim Shore
Mickey and Minnie Mouse Jack and Salley: The Disney Store
The most zen person in the house.
Yoga Skeleton: Michaels Stores
Beware of Hitchhiking Ghosts!
Hitchhiking Ghosts Statue: Jim Shore
Happy Halloween Print: Rad & Happy
Happy Halloween Banner: Martha Stewart
Halloween Mickey and Minnie Mouse: The Disney Store
Our mantel is so spoooky!
Who remembers these letter blocks? I made these YEARS ago and they’ve held up over the years.
Things are a little witchy in the kitchen.
Witch Statue: Jim Shore
(I’m a fan, can you tell?)
What’s a Dead & Breakfast without room keys? Get the tutorial here.
Do Not Disturb the guests. They are sleeping like the dead.
And last but certainly not least, our fabulous Dead & Breakfast sign.
We hope you enjoyed your visit. I’m already full of ideas to add to the theme next year. Until then…
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