When it comes to decorating for Halloween, there are tons of temporary ways to add a touch of the macabre to your home: plastic spiders that will need to be packed away on November 1, or black and orange streamers that won’t last long beyond then anyway. But if you want something a little less disposable (and a bit more elevated), look no further.
We teamed up with Ety’s trend expert, Dayna Isom Johnson, to bring you 10 unique finds that are perfect for October–and beyond. From a doormat you’ll be excited to pull out every October 1 to prints and planters that can grace your home the other 364 days of the year, here are her picks just for Apartment Therapy readers.
“Combine your love for plants, design, and Halloween with these geometric skull planters.”
“I’m a fan of all-things mystical year round, and Halloween is no exception. Palmistry is particularly one of my favorite trends to incorporate into Halloween decor this year.”
“Etsy sellers are elevating Halloween with pretty scary items like these, anatomical-inspired illustrations.”
“Not ready to go all out for the season? A subtle item, like this vintage-inspired cobweb sign, adds just a touch of Halloween to your home.”
“Nothing screams October quite like a black cat, but adding a cactus to these feline friends takes them to a whole new level, especially for all of the plant moms out there.”
“Mood lighting is important, especially when you’re hosting a spook-tacular Halloween bash. Set the eerie-vibe just right with some fun (and colorful!) skull shaped candles.”
“Sustainability is always a trend, and these concrete pumpkins are not only stylish, but can also be repurposed for many Halloweens to come.”
“Let everyone know you’ve got the best candy on the block with this scary-chic Trick or Treat sign.”
“This little monster-themed toothpick holder is both spooky and functional – the perfect combo for October hosting.”
“These spooky, faux-dripping candles are one of my favorite Halloween finds. The best part is that you can use them year after year by swapping out the tea candle.”
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