Halloween is just weeks away, so it’s time to start stocking up on candy, planning your costume and decking out your house for the season. Even if you’re planning to trunk or treat this year, you’ll probably want to decorate at home. You could create some DIY giant spiders for your house’s exterior, or set up a “Nightmare Before Christmas” inflatable, but you’ll eventually want to turn indoors, too.
Crystals are having a moment, so what better way to celebrate All Hallow’s Eve than with a jack-o’-lantern carved not from a pumpkin but a beautiful crystal. Etsy store MoonlightJewelsCA lets you choose a jack-o’-lantern carved from real crystals like rose quartz, black obsidian and other minerals. The crystal pumpkins are currently available for pre-order for $59.
Other Etsy shops have attractive Halloween decor for sale as well.
Rustic modern is on-trend right now when it comes to home decor, and these hand-carved wooden candy corns are a sweet, seasonal way to ride the trend. These rustic candy corns from Etsy seller Willow Layne Co are hand-cut and strung with twine. The 5-inch candy corns are $5.50.
It wouldn’t be Halloween without ghosts, but forget the ones made of tissue paper and gauze. These ceramic ghosts are elegant and eerie all at once, and they’re so cute you will hate to pack them up when Halloween is over. The ghosts from Etsy seller 99heads are $29 for a set of three.
Halloween tablecloths aren’t usually the most sophisticated, featuring bright orange hues and ghoulish images. But this burlap bat tablecloth from Etsy seller Chickadee Home Basics is modern and homey all at once. The handmade off-white burlap adds a touch of spookiness while still keeping your home aesthetic light and bright. These table runners are available in a variety of sizes, starting at 12 by 36 inches for $25.
This Halloween garland from Etsy seller The Parties That Pop is tasteful and understated, the perfect way to add a feeling of festivity to your home without overdoing it. The garland of poms and candy is $16.