Cover With a variety of shapes and sizes, the seasonal table setting is perfect for Halloween (Image: Bordallo Pinheiro/@bordallopinheiroofficial)

Spooky season is here, but that doesn’t mean you only have to decorate your rooms in black and orange. Here are some playful finds that make excellent accent pieces throughout the year

Halloween signals the start of the holiday season, with witches, ghouls, and an excuse to devour a plethora of sweet treats making their yearly appearance. The celebration of all things dark and haunted is also a sign to give your home a spooky makeover with pumpkins and an orange and black color scheme.    

Getting into the Halloween spirit doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice your interior style in order to embrace the playfulness of the occasion. Set aside those tacky spiders and skeletons; these chic decorative paraphernalia hit the perfect spot between spooky and stylish.

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L’Objet Haas Monster incense burner by the Hass Brothers

Famous for their playful sculptural designs, the Haas Brothers have partnered with luxury lifestyle brand L’Objet to release a collection of whimsical homeware and decor like this Haas Monster incense burner. Light an incense and cover with the monster’s porcelain torso to watch smoke slowly drift out from its brass horns. 

Available from Net-a-Porter

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Bordallo Pinheiro Pumpkin dining collection

Known for their colourful and eclectic creations, Portuguese ceramics company Bordallo Pinheiro’s Pumpkin collection is no less vibrant and surreal compared to its other offerings. Consisting of a pitcher as well as bowls, plates, and decorative vessels of different sizes, the bright earthenware collection will definitely create a seasonal mood at your table. 

Available from MatchesFashion and Tangs

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Ashes to Ashes candlestick chandelier by William Guillon, from The Artling

Made from burnt wood and solid bronze, this gothic candle holder by French designer William Guillon explores the delicate effects of imbalance. Each sculptural piece is meticulously handmade upon order by a team of craftsmen who burn the solid wood before varnishing it and moulding it with the bronze bass.

Available from The Artling

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Kusama Pumpkin sculptures by Yayoi Kusama, from MoMA Design Store

Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama’s obsession with pumpkins started as a child in pre-war Japan, when her family owned a plant nursery that farmed kabocha squash. Drawing inspiration from the squash, the Pumpkins have undoubtedly grown to be one of Kusama’s most well-known designs. These lacquer-painted resin figurines are miniature replicas of her signature dotted pumpkins, and will definitely add a dose of vibrance to any coffee tables or shelves.

Available from MoMA Design Store

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Qeeboo Mexico stool and side table by Studio Job, from Journey East

Nothing screams Halloween like a skull that doubles as both a stool or a side table. Designed by Studio Job, a contemporary design and arts studio based in Netherlands and Milan, the skull-like design also features motifs and symbols of popular Mexican culture, such as hearts, snakes, swords and roses. The form also brings to mind the iconic Mexican festival Día de Muertos, also known as the Day of the Dead.

Available from Journey East

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The Artling Halloween. Spooky season. October. Black cat and witch. by Anna Onikiienko

Created by Russian artist Anna Onikiienko, Halloween. Spooky season. October. Black cat and witch. is a whimsical art piece that will add life to any blank wall. Crafted from a deft mixture of acrylic, cardboard, Japanese airy clay, varnish, threads and beads atop a linen canvas, the stunning Halloween-themed collage invites one to take a closer look at its intricate details.

Available from The Artling

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InOut Atelier Terrarium

Looking for ways to incorporate greenery whilst still wanting to uphold the Halloween spirit? Turn to homegrown botanical expert InOut Atelier for terrariums that tell a story. While there are pre-made designs that can be bought—there’s one with a design featuring post-apocalyptic Singapore that’s rather spooky in itself—you can also choose to customise your terrarium with other features and figurines.

Available from InOut Atelier