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Dorinda Medley Shares a Peek at Her Berkshires Home's Halloween Decorations
This year, The Real Housewives of New York City alum is once again transforming Blue Stone Manor with fall florals and spooky decor.
No one does Halloween like Dorinda Medley. In 2019, The Real Housewives of New York City alum declared, "Decorating for Halloween is a tradition, a sport and my favorite game," and she continues to showcase her skills year after year with headless horseman pieces, creepy cobwebs, and Halloween-themed snow globes, just to name a few. Now, with Halloween once again quickly approaching, Dorinda is sharing a peek at her festive decor for 2021.
"Too early?" Dorinda captioned a September 24 Instagram post showing the new additions to her house. She also added the hashtags, "Halloween is coming" and "She's startin'." The photo showed candles and three clear domes, each holding different Halloween-themed pieces including pumpkins, tombstones, skulls, bats, and more.
The RHONY alum also recently showed a glimpse of what fall looks like in Blue Stone Manor's backyard. In a September 29 Instagram Story, she showed off gorgeous florals. Tagging Treemendous Florists (the company has also worked with Teresa Giudice and Melissa Gorga), Dorinda wrote, "Fall has fallen upon [Blue Stone Manor]."
Back in 2019, the nice-maker shared some of her Halloween decorating secrets. "I shop my Halloween goods at [Amazon], [Target] and some vintage stores here in the Berkshires," she wrote in an Instagram post at the time. "The secret is to go with the flow and be creative. Blood, smokes and skeletons EVERYWHERE!"
Dorinda isn't the only Bravoleb getting a head start on Halloween decorating this year. Jennifer Aydin recently showed off the new additions to her New Jersey backyard and foyer: giant cobwebs and spiders, purple and orange lighting, and jack o' lanterns. Over in Beverly Hills, Adrienne Maloof shared a photo of her table topped with red, orange, and black flowers, and bins filled with other decor. "Getting ready for Halloween," she captioned the September 15 Instagram post. "(Yes, we plan early in this household.)"