This may not be the year to throw a massive Halloween bash, but that doesn’t mean you have to give up on a festive October. Whether you celebrate the season with spooky and chic Halloween decorations or prefer pared-down fall design, these finds will bring the season’s style into your home.
OC Tanner Jewelers’ Halloween decorations are playful yet elevated takes on seasonal staples, including a decked-out black cat, illuminating skull lamps and a set of candy-corn-colored miniature trees.
O.C. Tanner Jewelers
15 S. State St., SLC
King of decoupage John Derian launched a new collection for Target that features his signature style for a fraction of the price in a wide array of Halloween decor. Derian is famous for reusing antique finds from flea markets and estate sales to create one-of-a-kind designs, and these new products boast a vintage aesthetic that is more quirky than creepy.
Available at target.com
Bring the fall harvest inside with these garden-inspired displays from The Garden Store, including an eye-catching cornucopia stuffed with multi-colored pumpkins.
Ward & Child—The Garden Store
678 S. 700 E., SLC
Foundation Goods, a new store from interior designers Caitlin Creer and Bethany Christensen, brings the pair’s fresh yet traditional style to a carefully curated selection of home goods and furnishings. Their autumn centerpieces are more subtle than your everyday Halloween decorations—don’t look for giant skeletons here—but they bring a festive touch to kitchens in any home. Plus, their blog recommends products for a variety of aesthetics, including whimsical, traditional and, as pictured here, organic.
67 E. Truman Avenue, SLC