Spooky Season Kitchens Need These 21 Halloween Decorations
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Even if you're already an expert charcutier, this Halloween-themed serving board from Grandin Road is sure to impress your guests. This Halloween tableware is easy to transport thanks to the two gold bat handles on either side. The striking black surface also makes any design look sophisticated (and a little bit unsettling).
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With this cute Halloween dish towel by your side, drying dishes will no longer be a dreary chore. These canine trick-or-treaters, along with the photobombing cat, are sure to be a hit with animal lovers on Halloween. This colorful towel is perfect for creating a spooky atmosphere in the kitchen this Halloween, whether you put it to good use or simply drape it over the handle of your oven.
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These corked "potion" bottles may look like a trick, but they're actually an excellent addition to any Halloween display. The sleek, modern look works with any kitchen's color scheme. They are stunning both on their own and as part of a larger Halloween table or shelf display. Who's up for some witches' wine?
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When decorating for Halloween, orange and black are optional accent colors. These four ivory earthenware plates feature spooky images fitting for Halloween but are elegant enough to use any time of year. Put them to good use as Halloween snacks.
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Use this exquisitely spooky skeleton drinkware set to serve the creepiest of cocktails. There's a decanter and a cocktail shaker, as well as highball glasses and champagne flutes, in this set. Metal hands cup some of the drinkware, while a skeleton figure holds up the wine and martini glasses Raise your glasses if you dare
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This spiderweb table runner's intricate lace may look fragile, but it will last for years when draped across your dining room table or bedroom dresser. It's the ideal finishing touch for Halloween enthusiasts who prefer understated furnishings in the kitchen.
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Instead of using boring old wooden toothpicks to spear cheese cubes and other party snacks, you can impress your guests with these unique picks inspired by the Day of the Dead. These bright paper and bamboo toppers are safe to use with any kind of food or treats, and you get a dozen of them. Keep some on hand for your Halloween countdown calendar.
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You can create the perfect atmosphere at any time of year with some candles. The atmosphere isn't quite right for All Hallow's Eve until you light a candle, and when you do, it should be one as wonderfully creepy as this black spider candle and holder.
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Put together a spell this Halloween with this beautiful metal cauldron as a focal point in your kitchen. The rack is black, but the cauldrons come in two different metallic hues: silver and gold. Check out these witch-themed Disney decorations for Halloween.
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Halloween can be made more spooky by lighting candles in the dark. LED candles powered by batteries offer a risk-free way to add ambience lighting. These three white pillars are decorated with a spider, a skull, and a raven; they would look great on a shelf or a table. A simple flip of a switch activates them, and after six hours, they'll turn off by themselves. These cozy autumn candles are the real deal.
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With the proper equipment, cleaning up after a night of trick-or-treating need not be a nightmare. You'll want to keep this Halloween-themed Scrub Daddy sponge handy in the kitchen long after the holiday is over, because it does such a good job of removing dirt and grime. Find out more about this unusual cleaning product.
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This pumpkin punch bowl from William Sonoma is the perfect vessel for your next colorful and attention-grabbing punch. Elegantly set the mood for Halloween with these six matching cups, whose gold rims complement the pumpkin's gold stem. In fact, it could be a nice addition to your Thanksgiving dinner table!
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This two-tiered serving tray, decorated with a smiling cat and jack-o'-lantern, would be a great addition to any Halloween table. We really like how the plates can be removed from the metal rack and cleaned in the dishwasher separately. Fill it with cookies and treats for the table, or keep it by the door so trick-or-treaters can easily reach the candy.
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This black metal spider utensil holder is great for setting a casual table for a Halloween party or just for adding some Halloween spirit to the kitchen. You could even use it to keep pens organized on your desk, as we're certain Mr. This spider and his web are perfectly content being on display.
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When a kitchen tool serves a purpose and is also adorable, we buy it immediately. In case you ever forget that salt and pepper go together, this ghostly shaker couple will remind you by cuddling up to each other. No one will hold it against you if you keep these spectral companions out all year.
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Napkin rings in the shape of slim skeletons will lend a deliciously spooky hand with seasonal table setting. Wrapping them around Halloween-themed napkins will delight your guests, but we also think they'd look great on a more formal table.
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These ceramic skull plates may be frightening, but they are undeniably sophisticated. Put treats in them for a spooky table decoration this Halloween. It's also a cute seasonal option for storing your keys, phone, and other small essentials.
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Nobody's idea of a good time on Halloween is to wash a bunch of dishes. This anti-fatigue kitchen mat features a spooky Halloween design that will help keep your feet and legs comfortable while you're standing at the sink for long periods of time. The non-slip backing gives this kitchen mat a plush feel without sacrificing safety.
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