‘Tis the season to get spooky, and why not celebrate with a versatile decoration that can stay up from October right through to January. Hell, make it year round, you rebel you.
Say farewell to the paper skeletons and fake cobwebs of yore, because Halloween trees are where it’s at for freaky festive decor.
I’ve done some digging to bring you a curated selection of Halloween trees to inspire and motivate. They’re classy, creepy, and creative, and they look absolutely gorgeous.
Now, let’s venture into the forest!
This Halloween tree is keeping it classy with ribbon and bunting on a bone white tree, with just a few pops of color. Nice.
You’ve gotta love a good theme! The skeleton hands holding tarot cards is a particularly nice touch.
I have no idea how they achieved the look of this tri-toned candy corn Halloween tree, but I’m here for it. And we all need a dramatic painted portrait in our lives, don’t we?
If you’ve got a collection, why not lean into it?
No bones about it, this Halloween tree looks awesome!
I’ll see myself out.
I really hope those cobwebs are fake.
This mini Halloween tree is jam-packed with vintage flair. Each ornament is unique and freakily festive.
Bettlejuice Beetlejuice Beetlejuice! Two trees for twice the fun.
Those skeletons are adorable, and candy corn has never looked better!
(It still tastes bad, but, small victories)
Don’t limit yourself to just decorating a tree, attack the whole dang corner with festive spirit. And speaking of spirits, how cute are those ghosts?
Halloween trees definitely don’t have to be monochromatic to scare up some festive vibes. A black tree awash with color is a bold and dramatic look that I absolutely love.
The artwork really compliments the heavily decorated tree here, as does the dramatic red wall color. I… want this house.
Easily transition from Halloween to Christmas with this versatile yet subtle The Nightmare Before Christmas tree.
I’m all about pops of color, and this whole room arrangement is killing it.
These spooky scary skeletons send shivers down my spine, and that tree topper is fantastic.
Have you put up a Halloween tree in your own home? Share your pictures in the comments!
And for more horrific home ideas, check out our list of Gorgeous Gothic Decor You’ll Die For!