It’s practically Fall and I can’t wait any longer! If you know me you know that Fall and specifically October is my favorite time of year. And I can’t wait for it to get here! Of course, I started my Halloween decorating early, mostly because the brands I partner with need content early. But also because I love, love, love it! Today, I’m sharing my Haunted Hutch Rae Dunn Halloween Display. So let’s get started!
Rae Dunn Halloween Display
I don’t talk much about my Rae Dunn obsession, but when it comes to Halloween, I’m obsessed!!! If you know anything about Rae Dunn Hunting, you’ll know that it can be brutal and competitive, especially where I live. The sought out items can only be found in HomeGoods, TJ Maxx and Marshalls. Or if you want to pay inflated prices, on sites like Mercari and Depop. But if you don’t mind hitting the stores early or even several times a day, you can find some great items. I was able to build my collection by trading, hunting myself and my “Dunn Buddies” finding items on my in search of list. I wasn’t able to find ALL the hard to find items, so a couple I created myself with my Cricut machine and blank pieces or the back of other pieces. As I do find those pieces, I will simply replace them with the real thing. 😉
Rae Dunn introduced a lot of orange and black items this year, but I stayed with the classic black and white theme for my hutch. I added lots of skulls and bones to create the Haunted feel. These cute Trick or Treat utensil holders come with a tray, but I added lids and decided to stack them among a bone yard for a table centerpiece.
The bowl sets are my favorite, I divided the sets and stacked all the sizes individually to create a few displays. Of course, I had to add pumpkins!
Birdhouses are the hardest things to find. I was able to find a Haunted birdhouse with orange writing, but I have it displayed with my other orange and black decor in my living room. So I simply added vinyl to this black plain birdhouse for a focal point in my display.
Really wish Rae Dunn came out with a Boo Birdhouse this year, but she didn’t. So I made my own! I wanted to incorporate buffalo check to match with the rest of my dining and living room, so I peppered in some ribbons and pumpkins here and there.
The black ceramic pumpkins are new this year too. And they are another favorite of mine.
The small ones are so cute and fit perfectly in this bowl with skeleton hands.
This year’s collection was also came in different finishes than last year’s matte finish. I know it bothered a lot of collectors, but for Halloween I really don’t mind the eclectic mix of finishes. Kinda goes with the theme for me. But, to each their own!
Well, that’s it! My Haunted Hutch Rae Dunn Halloween Display. I hope if you are a Dunn Hunter, you are inspired to create a display of your own. If you aren’t a collector, I hope you are inspired to see what it’s all about! And may the odds ever be in your favor out there! 😉
Do you collect Rae Dunn? What are your favorite Halloween pieces? Comment below, I’d love to hear from you!
Need more Halloween inspiration? Check out my Halloween DIYs!
Happy Haunting and Dunn Hunting!
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