Fill these white ceramic vases with cacti or succulents and place them around the house for a subtle nod to Halloween. And don’t feel compelled to pack them up as soon as the last trick-or-treater comes around. They can easily be left out for the remainder of the autumn season. Skull vase, West Elm, $49.
In keeping with the skull theme, which also happens to be one of this fall’s hottest decor trends, we were instantly intrigued by these framed canvas prints featuring a Day of the Dead-inspired skull. These, too, can easily be incorporated into everyday decor, and also make a great accessory for Halloween. Skull art canvas framed print, Pottery Barn, $210.
Welcome trick-or-treaters or Halloween party guests with a simply yet spooky wreath. A circle of twigs houses a faux nest and a crow, that familiar symbol of all things spooky. This hand-assembled wreath could also work indoors, either in the entryway, or even the living room. Halloween crow wreath, Williams-Sonoma, $103.