21 Sweet and Spooky Halloween Kitchen Decor Ideas
From ghosts and goblins to skulls and spiders, this list of Halloween kitchen decor is sure to set the scene for the spookiest season of the year.
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Halloween Charcuterie Board
Your charcuterie skills might already be on point, but they’ll get a major boost with this Halloween-themed serving board from Grandin Road. The two gold bat handles on either side make it easy to transport this piece of Halloween kitchen decor from your kitchen to the table. Plus, the bold black surface makes any spread instantly elegant (and eerie).
Peek-a-Boo Dish Towel
Drying dishes won’t be such a dismal chore when you’ve got this adorable Halloween-themed dish towel by your side. Pet lovers especially will love that these doggie trick-or-treaters take center stage—along with a cat photo-bombing the scene. Whether you put it to good use or simply drape it over the handle of your oven, this colorful towel makes it easy to cook up a Halloween vibe in your kitchen.
Halloween Potion Bottles
These corked “potion” bottles might look like a trick, but they’re definitely a treat for your growing collection of Halloween decor. The beautiful matte black and white design fit in with any kitchen color palette. They look eye-catching on their own or as part of a larger Halloween display for your table or shelf. Witch’s brew, anyone?
Halloween Appetizer Plates
Orange and black don’t have to always be at the forefront of your Halloween decor. This set of four ivory earthenware Halloween plates are classy enough to use any time of year, though the eerie images pay plenty of homage to that spookiest of seasons. Use them to serve up Halloween appetizers.
Serve the creepiest of cocktails with this sublimely spooky set of skeleton drinkware. The collection features everything from a decanter and cocktail shaker to highball glasses and champagne flutes. Metal hands cup some of the drinkware, while a skeleton figure holds up the wine and martini glasses. Bottoms up—if you dare.
Spiderweb Table Runner
The intricate lace of this spiderweb table runner looks as delicate as the real thing, but it’s durable enough to stretch across a kitchen table or even a dresser season after season. It’s a perfect accent for those who love Halloween kitchen decor but also want something that’s a more subtle addition to their space.
Day of the Dead Treat Toppers
Why use ordinary wooden toothpicks to spear cubes of cheese and other small bites when you can wow your guests with these Day of the Dead treat toppers? You get a dozen of these colorful paper and bamboo toppers that are completely safe to use with food and treats. Stock ’em in your Halloween Advent calendar.
Spider Candle and Holder
Candles are your go-to decor for setting the mood any time of year. But when you light one up that’s as wonderfully creepy as this black spider candle and holder and you’ve got an instant spooky vibe that’s a perfect fit for All Hallow’s Eve.
Metal Cauldron Centerpiece
Brew up something magical for your Halloween kitchen decor this season with this elegant metal cauldron centerpiece. The rack is black, but you can choose the cauldrons in either silver or gold to match your preference and your space’s aesthetic. Speaking of witches, check out this Disney Halloween decor.
Flickering Halloween Candles
The flicker of candles in the darkness is one way to set the mood for Halloween night. These battery-operated LED candles are the safe way to illuminate your space. This trio of white pillars feature a spider, skull and raven and are perfect for adding to a table or window ledge. They turn on with a flick of a switch—set the timer and they’ll turn off automatically after six hours. For the real deal, try these delightful fall candles.
Scrub Daddy Halloween Sponges
Cleaning up after Halloween festivities needn’t be a nightmare when you have the right cleaning supplies on hand. These Scrub Daddy Halloween sponges chase away the mess so well, you’ll want to keep it within reach in your kitchen well after the day has come and gone. Learn more about this kooky cleaning supply.
Pumpkin Punch Bowl and Cups
Pick your potions and mix up a colorful punch that steals the show when you serve it in this pumpkin punch bowl from William Sonoma. The six matching cups—the gold rims match the gold stem of the pumpkin—create an elegant look for your Halloween tablescape. In fact, you might want to bring it out as part of your Thanksgiving festivities, too.
Peanuts Halloween Cookie Cutters
Do you prefer cookies to candy when it comes to Halloween treats? Then these easy-to-use Peanuts-themed plunger cookie cutters from Williams Sonoma are perfect, whether you’re whipping up batches for a party or just yourself (hey, no judgment here!). If you’re heading to a party and need a Halloween-themed host gift—particularly a kid-friendly Halloween gift, you can’t go wrong with Snoopy and the gang.
Scaredy Cat Serving Tray
Enhance any Halloween tablescape with this colorful 2-tiered serving tray featuring a grinning cat and jack-o-lantern. We love that it’s dishwasher-safe and you can take the plates off the metal rack for easy storage. Fill it with cookies and treats for the table or keep it by the door for easy access to candy when trick-or-treaters visit.
Spider Utensil Holder
When you’re setting a casual table for a Halloween gathering or just want to add something fun to the kitchen for Spooky Season, this black metal spider utensil holder is perfect. You could even place it on your desk to store pens—we’re sure Mr. Spider here won’t mind as long as you keep him and his web on display.
Hugging Ghosts Salt and Pepper Shakers
We love it when kitchen gadgets combine utility and cuteness. There’s no doubt salt and pepper go together, but this pair of hugging ghost shakers are here to remind you in case you forget. No one will blame you if you decide to use these ghostly BFFs all year long.
Halloween Ceramic Tree
You don’t have to wait until December to have a decorative tree in your midst. You could jump on the growing trend of orange Halloween Christmas trees. But if you’re looking for something that’s a little more compact in size, try this pre-lit plug-in ceramic Halloween tree. Learn more about this eerily fun decoration.
Ceramic Skull Plates
The words “scary” and “elegant” don’t normally go together, but we’ll make an exception for these ceramic skull plates. Fill them with Halloween candy or other treats for a ghoulish table accent. It’ll also make a fun spot to store your keys, phone and other small items this season.
Halloween Kitchen Mat
Washing loads of dishes isn’t anyone’s idea of Halloween fun. This Halloween-themed anti-fatigue kitchen mat can make standing at the sink for long periods of time a little less fearsome—at least for your tired legs. This kitchen mat feels soft and cushiony, but it won’t budget beneath your feet, thanks to a skid-proof bottom.
Skull Sugar Spoons
Add a spoonful of sugar—with a spooky twist! These stainless steel skull spoons come in a set of six, are dishwasher-safe and have smooth, rounded edges. Display this Halloween kitchen decor in a fall mug at your coffee station.
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