We already covered how to make your house the scariest on the block, but if you're having people over for a spooky dinner party you need to consider how to decorate the interior as well. These centerpieces and place settings are a great way to set the holiday spirit without making your guests lose their appetites.
If you're looking for something that's sort of pretty but still pretty creepy, look no further than this Martha Stewart how-to. A black vase with white roses crawling with critters is an eye-catching display that will shock and awe your guests. For a little color, you could even add a few bloody paint splatters to the roses before adding your creepy crawlies.
A Mossy Grave
When you want to go for an organic dead look, a few plastic bones, white pumpkins and Spanish moss can create a beautiful, but eerie centerpiece as Gwen Moss demonstrates.
Jar of Bones
Love the look of Gwen Moss' centerpiece but hate having it spill out over the table? Then contain the moss, bones and pumpkins in a glass vase like Simply Just Lovely has here.