With Halloween approaching at the end of the month, thoughts may be turning to how you could decorate and accessorize your home. Whilst there are plenty of inexpensive, throwaway decorations available to set the mood, if you love all things Gothic, why not add a more permanent look into your home? Whether you want to go all out dark and moody, or simply choose a few key pieces to add to your existing decor, there are plenty of great options available. Here are some of our favourite quirky Gothic home decor ideas for Halloween and beyond.
Fancy giving a bird a home? Meet Mortimer the Crow, an artificial bird that’s ready to perch on display and keep a watch on goings on. He’s the perfect Gothic home accessory for Halloween and beyond.
This ornate metal faux horned skull will add a gothic touch to your wall décor. It’s based on the skull of a Texas Longhorn bull, but it completely artificial. Leave it as it is, or enhance the decoration by adding your own string of lights. The design is also available in black and gold versions.
Transform your tableware with this all black Faria dinner service. The design is inspired by a mix of Scandinavian and Japanese elements, and features a matt black finish. Perfect for a dark and moody Halloween dinner.
Serve drinks from your very own skull decanter. It’s made from dark glass and looks suitably quirky for a Gothic theme.
Make sure there’s always somewhere to put a drink down in your home without marking a table, with these black marbled coasters. They come as a set of four and have a sleek marble effect surface.
Abigail Ahern’s designs are always a good bet for a touch of Gothic home decor and this Derek the Toad green lamp doesn’t disappoint. The felt toad has a tactile, velvet-feel and the lamp is quite a statement piece.
Keep an eye on your house guests at all times, with this stunning green eye silk cushion. It’s made by Ali Mapletoft from Age of Reason, and is a very quirky design for your sofa.
A black hand under a glass cloche…just your average piece of Gothic home decor! This quirky piece is certainly eye-catching. It can double up as a jewellery holder too, so even more reasons to buy it.
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