The Best Luxury Halloween Decorations
Tastefully celebrating Halloween can be challenging, particularly when you're wading through websites of Halloween costumes, fake spiders webs and plastic skeletons. Celebrating the festivities with a few choice decorations to dress your interiors will keep things on the tasteful and elegant side.
We've rounded up the best Halloween decorations for your home (or superyacht), and we've even sourced some appropriate tableware for the ultimate Halloween meal.
Mackenzie Childs Beaded Check Pumpkin
It's simply not Halloween without a pumpkin and if your days of carving are behind you, leave the creativity to Mackenzie-Childs. This fun, check print pumpkin is made of resin, with gold and bead detailing. Pair with the identical squashed pumpkin and start making your own faux pumpkin patch.
£135 from Amara
Seletti x Diesel Wunderkammer Skeleton Hand
A skeleton hand is never truly glamorous, but in aluminium, rather than plastic, we see more of the appeal. Seletti has some great gothic pieces to help create a more authentic Halloween interior and this hand is just one of their many great creations.
£67 from Selfridges
DIESEL LIVING WITH SELETTI Skull
A strategically placed skull, be it in a table centrepiece, on a window or in the downstairs loo, is an appropriate accent that's not too garish when styled nicely. We are particularly fond of this gold metallic number from Seletti.
£195 from Amara
Melody Rose London Skull Plate
These beautiful gold-trimmed plates from Melody Rose are great any time of year but particularly appropriate come Halloween.
£52 per plate from Wolf & Badger
Specialty Pumpkin Cocotte by Staub
One for the chef! This is the perfect vessel for those autumnal recipes and pumpkin-inspired Halloween dishes.
£259 from Amara
Pols Potten Pascal Smelik Drip Candlestick
Create the perfect tablescape with these molten candlesticks. Dress with black tapered candles for a contrasting but spooky touch.
£50 from Selfridges
Joanna Buchanan Spider Decoration
Spiders aren't so scary when embellished with crystals, and we love the idea of using these as place settings, just place on top of your guests' napkins for a chic but on-theme look.
£34 each from Harrods
Smoke Glassware From RAFT
In-keeping with the theme, these smoke glasses are perfectly appropriate for a Halloween feast. Fill with red wine and your work is done.
Glasses start at £12.50 each from RAFT
If you're going with a black and gold theme, with the smoke glasses and gold candlestick, then there's only really one set of cutlery appropriate for your Halloween meal. The iconic Cutipol Goa set will look right at home.
£63 from Amazon
Not all candles need to smell of pumpkin spice this time of year. The classic Diptyque favourite, Bailes, will look Halloween-appropriate dotted around your home or yacht with a lighter fragrance of berries.
£68 for 300g from Diptyque