Pottery Barn Unveiled Their Gorgeous New Halloween Collection
This is definitely the year to go all out with Halloween decor!
Decorating for Halloween is something I look forward to every autumn, but while I love pulling out the familiar decorations I display every year, I am still up for perusing the latest Halloween collections and picking up some new items.
Take a look at just a few of the items in the collection, many of which are only available for pre-order so far, so take note of when you can expect them to arrive at your house.
Galvanized Metal Jack O’Lanterns
These galvanized metal candle holders come in three different sizes for between $29.50 and $59. Handmade from iron with an antique galvanized finish, they can be used indoors or outdoors with a flameless votive, pillar candle or mini string lights.
Skeleton Wine Glasses
I own a lot of Halloween wine glasses, but these skeleton glasses have to be the cutest I have ever seen. They are a bit pricey at $29.50 each, but can you really put a price on a mini skeleton balancing your wine on its bony head? These glasses are going on my must-have list!
Trick Or Treat Spider Handcrafted Metal Candy Bowl
At $69.50, this trick or treat candy bowl is shaped like a spider and can hold all your spooky treats. Made of hand-cast aluminum, you can keep it inside on your entryway table or put it on the porch for trick-or-treaters to help themselves.
Ghost Yard Stakes — Set Of 3
Definitely on the pricier side of things — but oh, so cute — these ghost yard stakes come in a set of three for $249. Made of corrugated metal with a black and white painted finish, the base is attached to a yard stake for easy installation into the ground. The set includes three ghosts of varying sizes: small, medium and large.
Life-Size Indoor/Outdoor Mr. Bones Skeleton
You can’t go wrong with classic skeleton decor, including this life-size skeleton for indoor or outdoor use. At $99, you can hang him on a wall or pose him as though he’s lounging on the living room couch. He’d also make a perfectly creepy sentry on the front porch!
What is your favorite Halloween decoration?
This story originally appeared on Simplemost.