Do you have a favourite Halloween candy? Are you unwavering in your choice? Not only is it a sweet treat there is also a lot of nostalgia behind Halloween candy, especially considering how little it’s changed through the years. Now there are many blogs out there talking about what your favourite Halloween candy says about your personality so we thought we’d have some fun and take a different route by helping you decipher your interior style according to your favourite Halloween candy.
1. Whoppers = Industrial Style
Whoppers are reminiscent of the industrial era. These chocolate covered-malt balls are from days gone by yet they still fit in today’s world similar to Edison bulbs and factory lofts of Industrial style. If you like Whoppers then your interior style is Industrial.
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2. Swedish Berries = Scandinavian Style
Per their namesake, if your favourite is Swedish Berries you lean towards the Scandinavian interior style. Swedish Berries have an edited composition that is both soothing and enjoyable similar to Scandinavian style. They have the perfect mix of sweet, tart and chewy. All the things that bring joy and nothing else.
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3. Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups = Contemporary Style
Classic, cool and “of the now”. If you like Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups your interior style is contemporary. Focusing on the basics of shape and form, Reese’s also focus’ on the basics of taste, the perfect treat (assuming you’re not allergic to peanuts).
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4. Smarties – Art Deco Style
If you like Smarties then you might lean towards an Art Deco interior style. Just like Smarties, Art Deco encompasses bold colours and shapes and focuses on appreciating/enjoying each piece individually. So, do you eat the red ones last?
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5. Coffee Crisp = Mid-Century Modern Style
If Coffee Crisp is your favourite then a mid-century modern interior style is probably for you. Like mid-century modern style, Coffee Crisp was a post-war development that introduced new ingredients into the traditional chocolate bar much like the new materials ushered in with mid-century modern style.
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6. Bounty = Coastal Style
This one is a no brainer. If your favourite Halloween candy is Bounty then your interior style is Coastal. Coastal in it’s basic form is beachy and Bounty in it’s delicious form is coconut, the nut of the beach. With coastal style in your home, it feels like summer all year round, similar to the feeling Bounty evokes every time you bite into it.
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7. Twix – Modern Farmhouse
If Twix is your favourite Halloween candy you may be more inclined to a Modern Farmhouse interior style. Modern Farmhouse has many key elements but one of the most important is symmetry and while this is always an important part of harmonic design it is a strategic design feature in modern farmhouse style. Plus Twix has a cookie base and nothing screams farmhouse like the smell of fresh cookies.
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8. Milk Duds = Vintage Revival Style
Did you know that they named Milk Duds “duds” because they were aiming to make them round but couldn’t achieve it so they called them “duds”. I love this candy for it’s perseverance and moxie. If Milk Duds are your favourite then Vintage Revival style is probably you preferred interior style because vintage is the ultimate comeback story and both Milk Duds and vintage revival style have an everlasting classic appeal.
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Which Halloween candy is your favourite? Does it match your current interior style?
I know it’s heavily weighted in chocolate so you can probably feel our bias.
Thanks for stopping by for a bit of Halloween fun.