We are getting scary close to the end of October, which means Halloween is creeping up. As a shopping writer, I've seen some pretty bad Halloween decor this year, but I've found this year that most of Anthropologie’s Halloween collection hits the right mix of spooky and elegant.
Whether you’re decorating a tablescape for an upcoming Halloween party or looking for decor pieces for an entryway credenza or side table, Anthro’s Halloween decor can help you transform your space with some spooky style. However, this is pretty much the last to get the products delivered before Halloween weekend.
That's why I scoured what’s left of the Anthropologie Halloween collection to find the best spooky decor items, many of which are now on sale. From tablescape decor to textiles (yes, that means Anthropologie dish towels), these are my picks of the very best.
The best last-minute Anthropologie Halloween decor
These are my choices of the chicest pieces you can still buy on Anthropologie to be delivered in time for Halloween, but you have to move fast.
Anthropologie Halloween Dishes and Serveware
Anthropologie’s Halloween dishes and serveware add a mystical touch to your charcuterie and cheese spreads and tablescapes. From candy dishes to serving platters, you can still find several stunning options for all of your spooking serving needs.
Was $58, now $46.40 at Anthropologie
If you’re hosting a Halloween gathering with friends and need some extra dishes, the Francesca Kaye Halloween Magic Bat Platter is still available at Anthro – and it’s currently discounted for under $50. This adorable Halloween platter is constructed from handpainted and glazed stoneware in a whimsical bat shape, making it the perfect base for all of your Halloween treats.
Was $58, now $46.40 at Anthropologie
Lauren McIntosh's witchy designs are utterly perfect for Halloween hosting. The fine details like the gold rim elevate this above kitsch, and you can see in the image above that it looks its best filled with a blood-red drink like a strawberry daiquiri or a kir royale.
Was $72, now $50.40 at Anthropologie
Create the spookiest cheeseboard with this chic spiderweb-shaped board as a base. The cheeseboard is made from a slab of black marble, so it has some nice weight to it and it features stylish (and trendy) brass detailing to outline the web.
Was $78, now $62.40 at Anthropologie
The Lauren McIntoch Candy Bowl is another excellent option for Halloween serveware. This gorgeous glass serving bowl features stunning gold detailing and a spooky illustrated design. It’s also the best bowl size for popcorn, chips, or your favorite Halloween candies.
Was $16, now $12.80 at Anthropologie
Halloween doesn't have to be ghoulish. A pumpkin mug like these is perfect for curling up on the couch and reading a good book. I can't think of anything better for a pumpkin spice latte.
This gold bottle holder is perfect for halloween table settings, bringing a spooky touch. The gold particularly stands out against dark bottles and brings a touch of spooky sophistication to Halloween parties. However, the light gold will also work against lighter bottles for summer dining, too.
Anthropologie Halloween Candles
It’s impossible to talk about Anthropologie holiday decor without discussing Anthro candles. For the spooky season, Anthro still has several good options, including a few that work for both Halloween and Thanksgiving, so they’ll last you throughout the fall season.
The Black Pillar Candles from Anthropologie are the ultimate Halloween candles. These unscented candles feature a hand-poured pillar shape with wax drips along the side for a creepy touch. I love how these look clustered together on a tabletop, but they also look gorgeous in an outdoor lantern or on heavy-duty pillar candlesticks.
Was $98, now $78.40 at Anthropologie
This black glass pumpkin candle is cute fall decor but works for darker Halloween decor, too. The pumpkin and vanilla scent is just right for the season, and the glass candle holder will be useful for years. Even when the candle burns out, you can use the glass to hold candy or just as an accent. If you're on a budget, there's a smaller version in orange for $30, too.
When it comes to candles, Anthro never disappoints, especially with some of their more artisanal designs. The Oaxacan Floral Taper Candle in black is the perfect Halloween candle for those looking to elevate their space with a sculptural piece. But, if you want something with a little more versatility, the candle also comes in a mossy green and creamy white color – which are perfect for fall – as well as hot pink and bright red.
Was $84, now $67.20 at Anthropologie
Some of Anthro’s Halloween candles can run a high price tag, which is why I was so thrilled to see the Oversized Mushroom Gourmand Pumpkin & Sweet Vanilla Glass Candle on sale for under $70. This large candle features a mushroom-shaped vessel and is versatile enough to keep in your space throughout the fall season, not just for Halloween. The candle also smells incredible, with notes of toasted nutmeg, cinnamon, vanilla, and pumpkin.
Was $16, now $12.80 at Anthropologie
Candlesticks are another popular home decor trend this year and these borosilicate glass candlesticks are a fun way to incorporate the trend into your Halloween home decor. The black color adds spooky vibes, while the sculptural and simple design adds a touch of elegance. Pair it with black tapered candles for a monochrome look, or add some bleeding taper candles to give guests a scream.
Was $128, now $102.40
Francesca Kaye's ceramics are all over Anthro's Halloween decor, and it's not hard to see why. I love this glossy crow candelabra for the handmade aesthetic. It's perfect for putting on the matel and providing spooky lighting during a horror-movie marathon.
Anthropologie Halloween Accents
Add a sprinkle of spooky to your holiday decor with Halloween accent pieces from Anthro. From pumpkins to bats to moths, Anthropologie still has some super cute Halloween accent pieces that can spice up your decor for the season.
Whether you’re carving pumpkins or creating your own Halloween arrangements, the Moth Iron Stakes from this year’s Anthropologie Halloween collection are worth adding to your cart. I love that you can dress up a fall display by sticking them in a pumpkin or adding accents to planters, floral arrangements, and even wreaths. The iron stakes would also look gorgeous in various cheese on a charcuterie board for a mystical touch.
I honestly can’t get enough rattan this year, and the Rattan Bat from Anthro stopped me in my tracks when I saw it. This gorgeous bat comes in two sizes and features a traditional basket weave texture to add a cottagecore touch to your Halloween decor. I love that the bat features hooks on the top and bottom so you can place them any way you want, creating the illusion of hanging and flying bats.
If you feel like your fall table display needs some additional textures, the Teak Pumpkins from Anthro is a great way to mix in a wooden accent with all of that gourd-geous produce. These pumpkins come in three sizes and feature a natural teak finish to add some variety to your Halloween decor.
Was $68, now $54.40 at Anthropologie
If you’re looking for some ultra-classy Halloween decor, I can’t stop eyeing this Iron Webbed Round Tray. The tray features an iron base with woven rattan detailing to create a spiderweb look without feeling too on the nose, and the rattan texture is one of this year’s most popular home decor trends so it’s a fun way to sprinkle it into your holiday decor.
Was $28, now $22.40 at Anthropologie
The Cheena Glass Pumpkins from Anthropologie are almost out of stock, but you can still snag the black motif design, and it’s on sale. This decorative object has an opening for fairy lights and looks gorgeous on a tablescape display or a side table for a festive moment. The best part? You can totally repurpose it for Thanksgiving decor after spooky season ends.
Was $68, now $53.40 at Anthropologie
These cute coasters bring low-key Halloween decor. The celestial moon and stars set the scene without totally overdoing it. Made of marble and brass, these heavyweight coasters will last for years.
Anthropologie Halloween Textile Decor
It’s no secret that Anthropologie dish towels are some of the best of the best—especially when it comes to holidays. From whimsical Halloween dish towel designs to mystical cocktail napkins, Anthro’s textile decor brings a chic touch to functional decor items.
If you’re looking for ways to reduce waste while hosting a Halloween cocktail night with friends this season, the Lauren McIntosh Cocktail Napkins are an excellent solution. These chic reusable cocktail napkins come in a set of four and are constructed from durable cotton material with mystical designs in black, gold, and white.