Scary Good Halloween Decor Ideas from Etsy Makers
From wreaths and wall hangings to tabletop decor, these pieces will add an eerie touch to your home all October long
Halloween season is in full swing, and if you need a fresh take on decor this year, look no further. Sunset’s home editors scoured Etsy’s makers for the best Halloween decorations to give your home an original twist on spooky.
Courtesy of Peace Organics
These soy candles can be completely customized with nine different scents, from classics like Lavender to seasonal picks such as Fallen Leaves and Apple Cider Spice, plus your choice of two different spooky prints on the glass.
Courtesy of Uptown Heritage
This handmade pendant would look adorable in any room.
Courtesy of KinaCeramics
Add a chic, vampiric twist to your tea lights by popping them into these black candle holders with painted gold drips down the side.
Courtesy of Kamilla Art
Add a little wholesome spooky charm to your windows with one, or all four, of these Halloween-themed stained glass pieces.
Casper & Co.
Courtesy of NickelDesignsShop
Give guests a Halloween welcome at your front door with this friendly ghost-covered doormat. But beware of visitors asking for candy ahead of the holiday.
A Touch of Fright
Courtesy of 99heads
Put this little trio of ghosts on a table, shelf, or windowsill for a sweet yet spooky vignette.
Courtesy of ThePersonalizedGift
Do your pumpkins never last all the way to Halloween? These Santa Cruz-made wooden lanterns are the perfect fix, and can be reused in years to come.
Courtesy of Antigoni Creations
These clay pumpkins almost look real with their distressed paint style, and can work through October and November as your holiday decor.
Howl at the Moon
Courtesy of TheWhitePetals
Add a chic touch to your living room by upgrading one of your pillows with this black and silver cover.
Courtesy of WoodbineTradingCo
Add your air plant to one of these skull planters to give it a creepy new home.
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