Filling your home with awesome horror art and Halloween (aka year round) decorations is one way to show off your affinity for the strange and unusual. But for those with a bottomless budget and a keen eye for design, there’s a ton of ways to truly embrace the darkness in your heart.
To help inspire you on your quest to master the art of a truly haunting interior design, here are some examples of stunning furniture pieces and designers with excellent execution.
These savvy souls have created a gorgeously gothic aesthetic. Check it out and share your own decor in the comments!
The skulls! The sickles! The artwork! The devil is truly in the details here.
Underground dungeon or fashionable dining room? The choice is yours with this stunning chain-draped chandelier!
Fun fact: this chair is occupied by an invisible forest demon.
This bathtub will swallow your soul but I’m fairly confident you won’t even mind. It’s gorgeous.
This homeowner really knows how to make the most of the negative space. Every inch is occupied by something beautiful (I’m including the cat in this, of course, because my goodness).
The textures! The subtle yet rich gold and purple accents! The carved wood bed frame!
This would be a dangerous vanity to have in your home as you’d never want to leave it and probably be late for everything.
Rich red velvet upholstery and crystal chandeliers have never looked so dark and delicious.
I’ve got some serious sofa envy, here. The balance of the revamped ornate furniture with the modern decor details is perfect.
Nothing says “gothic bed frame” like a pointed arch (because who has the space for flying buttresses and a ribbed vault, amiright?).
The earth tones in this room are a perfect example of how you can have creepy thematic decor without a grayscale color palette or punchy accent colors.
Between the wooden ornate furniture with cream upholstery, the sage green walls, and the antique frames with nature paintings surrounded by witchy accent pieces, everything here is just fantastic.
Available for sale!
“This fabulous Queen Anne’s Revenge chaise is button upholstered and finished in a deep black finish complete with a sumptuous black velvet fabric and upholstered buttons. An amazing piece to any bedroom or boudoir!”
These details are perfect.
I like to think that Tim Burton’s house is furnished exclusively with pieces like this.
Imagine what kind of Halloweentown Narnia you’d stumble into after going through this wardrobe.
Because if you’re going to keep it spooky, you should never exclude your flatware.
The flawless balance of modern pieces with classic details is what makes this room so stunning. Also, black exposed brick? Dark-washed wood floor? Ceiling rose? Heaven.
This is mirror definitely haunted.
The only acceptable perch for a black cat, if we’re being honest.
The best way to bring out your inner glamour ghoul, even with a modern bathroom. Available to order through the Life After Death Etsy page.
These coffin couches are made from recycled 18 gauge steel coffins collected from funeral homes (primarily in Southern California). Though they’re repurposed, the coffins have never been used for actual burials and are sold due to “slight cosmetic inconsistencies”.
For those with an unstoppable budget and a thorough dedication to aesthetic.
Awesome from every angle.
Can’t get enough of these dark interiors? Check out our previous list of Awesome Horror Decor That You’ll Want in Your Home.