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You don't have to be a student of witchcraft and wizardry to create this "Harry Potter"-inspired floating candle display. Paired with spooky but sophisticated accents like branches and bats, it makes for a wickedly stylish Halloween mantel—and easily transitions into festive holiday decor.
Add a hauntingly stylish touch to your Halloween decor by framing your art with bones. But not just your average plastic prop bones—these bones are painted with plaster for a more authentic look. Make one frame to haunt a small corner of your space or several for a bone-chillingly cool gallery wall.
As spooky season slithers closer and closer, it's fun to add festive touches around your home. If you prefer a more subtle approach to Halloween decor, these DIY coiled serpent candleholders add just the right bit of mystery and intrigue while still blending in with your everyday decor.
Also known as millwork, the addition of decorative wall moldings lends a more sophisticated look to your space, especially if you have a basic builder-grade home. Think of it as architectural eye candy. It's easy to install yourself, doesn't require any power tools, and is even renter-friendly.
Finding store-bought curtains that are the perfect length for your space can be tricky, and custom-made curtains are pricey. A more affordable alternative is to buy curtains that are longer than you need, and hem them with this no-sew method that doesn't even require you to take down your curtains.