Deck out your home in ghoulish style with these home decor treats.
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'Tis the season to be spooky. Pumpkin spice everything has arrived, the kids are back in school, and we can start prepping for one of our absolute favorite holidays: Halloween! We'll be bringing you all sorts of costume ideas as we get closer to All Hallows' Eve, but first, we want to talk home decorations.
Whether you're party planning or just love to give your house a seasonal costume too, we've scared up all sorts of delightfully frightful decor. Some are eerie and elegant, others are on the spookier end of the spectrum, but all of them scream creepy cool Halloween.
Mystic Halloween Skull LED Light Up Decor
We love this deathly decor duo in antiqued ivory and pitch black, with each skull sporting spooky red-glowing eyes powered by LED lights. They're both made of resin with engraved celestial symbols, and they're battery operated (but don't worry, they come with the batteries you need).
Madame Leota Light-Up Figure
If you're looking for a message from regions beyond, we recommend this sculpted miniature replica of Madame Leota from the famed Haunted Mansion. Created especially for the Disney parks, LED lights light up the orb and face, and you can add water to create a fog effect. And yes, of course she recites her iconic lines from the attraction.
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Halloween Luminary Tealight Candleholder
Light the way (or impart a spooky glow) with this Halloween lantern, made to hold a single tealight. The frame is made of metal with a black finish, while the orange inserts are made of plastic. Decorated with scenes of spooky cats sitting on the moon and eerie trees, it'll look lovely in a haunted house of your very own.
Black Resin Wings Bowl
A boo-tiful way to serve (trick-or-) treats to your guests.
Los Muertos Ceramic Candy Bowl
Featuring four exquisitely-painted calaveras, this bowl will add Day of the Dead festiveness to any party.
Welcome Scaredy Cats Tabletop Sign
Calling back to Halloweens of yore, this spooky sign is creepy in all the right ways.
Antique Gold Yoga Skeletons
Get your om on in bone-chilling fashion with this collection of delightfully undead yogis. Made of resin with an antique finish, this trio in various states of meditation may be contacting the spirits… or they may just be trying to find a moment of chill on their busiest night of the year. Either way, wouldn't they look great as a dining room centerpiece?
Resin Hand Tabletop Accent
Bonus: You can use this as a ring holder or jewelry stand in the off-season.
Black And Natural Spider Web Coir Doormat
Welcome spooks and specters from all around with this natural coir half-circle doormat. Shaped in a classic spiderweb design with an eight-legged silhouette, it's actually made of coconut-husk fibers, so it's good for trapping dirt and debris (especially from your guests who may have climbed out of a grave). Don't worry if it sheds, though. That's natural.
8.5-Inch Bat Hourglass
Every good witch or wizard needs a fa-boo-lous hourglass, and the bat motif makes this one extra sinister.
Vintage Italian Tarot Card Coasters
Peer into the future, or just protect your surfaces from drink rings, with this collection of ceramic coasters featuring line-drawn reproductions of vintage Italian tarot cards. It comes with four "cards": The Wheel, The Moon, Death and The Magician. Not only are they durable, but they're easy to clean. Ready to see which card (or coaster) chooses you?
Palmistry Skull Mesh Wreath
Nothing says "go away" like hanging a skeleton wreath on your door… unless your friends are weirdos, in which case, let it welcome them in! Made of polyester, plastic, polyfoam and MDF, it may not last forever, but it'll definitely leave a lasting impression no matter where you hang it.
The Hatbox Ghost Host A Ghost Spirit Jar
Even if you're not fluent in Haunted Mansion-ese, know that the Hatbox Ghost would be a super cool part of your Halloween decor in this collectible apothecary jar. Originally created to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Mansion in 2019, he arrives in a fancy box with a satin bed. At first glance, it just looks like an aged apothecary jar… but once the sun goes down and you turn it on, the ghost appears with other creepy sights and sounds.
Orange LED Lights Black Willow Branch
If Charlie Brown's Halloween and Christmas celebrations had a baby, it would look like this tree. Or maybe this belongs in the Deetz's house. Either way, we think these black glitter branches decorated in orange LED lights would look fantastic in a vase somewhere in your home. Just don't forget the three AA batteries you need to keep it glowing all night long.
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—Originally published Sept. 8, 2019, at 3:00 a.m. PT
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