Stylish & Spooky Halloween Decor Ideas: Part 2

Halloween dining set

Last year, we kept things both stylish and spooky with decor tips that celebrated the Halloween season and designer taste. This year, we’re maintaining that momentum with three festive additions to the home that are anything but cheesy.

Decorative Skulls

skull decor

Skulls are a Halloween decor staple. While you may have grown up with papier-mâché versions, in 2020 we’re putting a stylish spin on them. For plant lovers, this succulent holder from Target will look great long after the spooky season is over. Another option is decorative concrete skull bookends. Extra points for those who have spooky literary classics to put on display like Frankenstein, Phantom of the Opera, and The Haunting of Hill House.

Festive Doormats

Greet your guests with spooky style before they enter your apartment with a decorative mat. This ouija board from Spirit Halloween will summon spirits and add Halloween flair to your entryway. We also love the classic feel of this mat reading Happy Halloween from Kirkland’s.

Creepy Dinnerware

Halloween dinner setting with a skull

Instill Addams family vibes into your home and invest in a fancy and spooky dinnerware set. Even if you’re skipping the dinner parties this year, treat yourself to dinner atop these plates featuring elegant black skulls. For a more subtle feel, try these purple wine glasses or these orange hand-blown drinking glasses during happy hour.

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