Halloween is still more than a month away but why wait to plan celebrating one of the best holidays of the year! Not to mention, since decor is one of the most important aspects of Halloween, we can start decorating the yard with zombie statues, gravestones, and other creative decor at least two weeks before the 31st. Heck, some folks can’t wait and turn the front yard, deck, and garden into a fun, spooky display as soon as September ends. We can’t blame them because we love decorating for the spookiest day of the year too.
Although there’s nothing wrong with using statues and decor of scarecrows, witches, ghosts, and other classic Halloween symbols, we can get as creative as we want when decorating the garden as well as in the interior of the home. Take furniture for example. There’s more that we can do with some furniture items for Halloween than one might think. We can use a sheet to convert a regular, average chair into a haunted, spectral throne for a phantom, wicked jack-o-lantern, or a throne to showcase the intimidating features of a gargoyle statue.
We can cover a card table with butcher’s paper and write spooky slogans on it with blood-red paint. Artistic folks can also use that paper as a canvas for frightening scenes that show creepy haunted woods or a witch flying across a bright, full moon as a wolf howls nearby. Kids can also have fun with it and paint pictures of their favorite monsters.
Instead of covering the furniture items, we can also decorate them with Gothic decor and other items that give them a touch of Halloween flair. Use a small dragon statue or fantastic decor like the ©The Grim Reaper and the Orb of Death Statue on a night stand to entertain guests. Drape that same night stand with a black cloth for full effect. Guests will also appreciate other details like a vase of black roses shown on the dining table, as well as unique items like the Count Dracula Pedestal Table.
Other sculptural tables and furniture can also lend a fantastic look to any Halloween party. Serve drinks on the Subservient Dragon Glass-Topped Sculptural Table or other tables that include a detailed, intimidating statue of a dragon, and guests might begin to wonder if they actually have wandered into “Castle Dracula”. They might be convinced if they see the master of the home seated in the Dragon of Upminster Castle Throne Chair. This and other sculptural throne chairs are also fun to use with Halloween versions of musical chair games.
Certain furniture items can also be used in conjunction with Halloween displays in the backyard. Once again, sculptural tables can play a fun role in any number of spooky themes. Take the Odin Tree Stump Sculptural Table for example. Although it might look harmless during the light of the day, it can take on a truly sinister appearance in the shadows of the October night. Touch up this unique table with a wizard’s hat or other accessory and it can take on a truly unnerving appearance (especially if it shares the yard with gargoyle sculptures and other Halloween decor). Dare Halloween party guests to approach it or use it to serve spooky drinks! Halloween guests will also be entertained by the At Your Service Glass-Topped Sculptural Table, and the Lono (Tongue) Grand Tiki Sculptural Table.
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