Skip the plastic pumpkins and faux cobwebs this year—if you really want to glam wreaths any witch would approve of, these are the Halloween decorations you need this fall., go glam with decor that walks the line between eerie and elegant (some of which you can even keep up year-round!). From painted pumpkins to
Skip carving a jack-0-lantern and put out these Harlequin-patterned pumpkins instead for a totally chic decoration with a cool, graphic feel.
$68, Neiman Marcus
These gold claw taper candle holders add a creepy twist to an otherwise glam decoration.
$24.50, Grandin Road
Your standard serving tray just won't do for Halloween—switch it out for one with a subtle spooky design, like this slate Fortune Teller tray.
$49.99, Pier 1
Add some well-placed bling to a creepy skull, and you've got an elegant upgrade on the usual skeleton fare—that pearl eye is especially cool and creepy.
$19.99, Pier 1
Serve up the food at your Halloween dinner party in some of these gold pumpkin bowls, and your guests will feel festive and fancy.
$99, Neiman Marcus
Let your guests know exactly what they're in for by hanging a creepy but elegant wreath on your front door, like this one with dark roses that stare right back at you.
Guests will actually want to use your coasters when they're this stylish—who knew beaded spiderwebs were the key to no more water rings.
$11.18, Pier 1
Go bold and graphic with these black, white, and gold geometric-printed skulls that will certainly add a touch of cool glam to your tablescape.
$7, Grandin Road
Don't just hand your guests any boring glass with their wine of choice—serve up drinks in these stemless skeleton hand glasses to really get into the Halloween spirit.
$10.99, Pottery Barn
Flameless candles are great because you can use them year after year, which is exactly what you'll want to do with sleek black and silver pillar candles like these.
$39.99, Pier 1
The only thing that could make cookies creepy is a stand with not one, but three skulls staring up at you.
Another perfect addition to any tablescape? This "potion" bottle full of twinkle lights, sure to add a spooky-but-glamorous glow.
$19.99, Pier 1
Honestly, you could leave this haunted house embroidery hoop art up on your wall all year and no one would question it.
This black bat and mouse scarf will make your mantlepiece just a little bit creepier, with a touch of coziness too.
This tablecloth is a stylish layer that works just as well for a kids Halloween party buffet as an adult gathering.