How to style your own spooky chic Halloween coffee cart, complete with organic, fair trade and 100% compostable single-serve coffee pods.
Halloween is such a great time to get together with friends for drinks! Whether it’s watching scary movies with a glass of wine in the evening or popping over to your best friends place for a morning coffee/playdate, it’s a good time.
Seasonal home decor doesn’t have to look tacky. See how I styled this spooky chic Halloween coffee cart!
I picked up this cool drink cart from Home Outfitters over a decade ago and revamped it for our Outdoor Oasis last year. It used to be brown but I spray painted it white and some of the paint wore off creating an awesome shabby chic vibe! We now rotate it throughout our place depending on what’s going on and who we’re entertaining. Here are three other ones I know you’ll love:
Copper mugs are for more than just Moscow Mules! They fit the Halloween decor colour scheme perfectly and class things up a bit. Here are a few sets to shop:
I added it mini skeletons on each handle for effect.
Our hanging skeleton is a new addition to our Halloween decor this year, from Canadian Tire. I used a wreath hanger on a curtain rod to hold her up. This one is almost exactly the same and on for a great price. The wood circle wreath I made a few years ago but I’m thinking I should probably do a tutorial on it one of these days! It’s typically up outside around Thanksgiving and then I work it into our Halloween decor inside.
I snagged these Rae Dunn “Spooky” plates at HomeSense but you can shop them here.
Black garland: Party City (sold out) Same stuff at Home Depot | Keurig K-Select Coffee Maker
I was so happy to discover these OneCoffee organic, fair trade and 100% compostable single-serve coffee pods by Canterbury Coffee! The Canadian owned and operated company created the pods as a response to the growing concern around how much garbage is generated by single-serve coffee. Read more about its sustainability program here.
You can shop the pods on Amazon Prime here!
How do you like it?! Let me know in the comment section below. I would love to see your coffee cart style! Share your photos with me on Instagram or Facebook.
Post this to your Halloween Entertaining and Halloween Decor boards and don’t forget to follow me on Pinterest here.
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Love your Halloween cart. So multi useful. Great for all seasons!
Thank you! I decorated it for Valentine’s Day and Christmas too! Both posts are on my blog if you do a search. I also have a fall one coming up this week but I swapped the coffee cart to a bar cart. 🙂