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October 31 is almost here and we couldn’t be more excited about it. So, today we decided to round up the very best Halloween decoration ideas that will seriously elevate your Halloween party decor this year. Let’s go shopping!
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The snake symbolizes life force, rebirth, renewal, creation, life, sensuality, duality, light, darkness, mystery. SNAKE 8 is a representation and homage to the snake for having in the historical past had a very important significance in the culture and religion of antiquities.
H stands for handmade and for one of the most beloved typefaces hits of this collection. Modern and energetic, this letter draws attention by its standard finishes in italic, with a yellow color and black outline that is just perfect for your Halloween home decor.
Fornasetti’s reproduction of Lina Cavalieri’s face on everyday objects such as plates and trays blends a flair for surrealist art and homeware, with humour and elegance. The company is now run by Fornasetti’s son Barnaba, who has added new collections which contribute to the eclectic style of his father, who sadly passed away in the 1980’s.
Thomas Fuchs white marble ice bucket with skull handles are the perfect mix of spooky and chic, so you can add them to your decor whether it’s Halloween or any other time of the year.
This exquisite decanter is crafted from handblown crystal and hand-cut with an edgy skull-and-crossbones motif.
The Convex Metamorphosis Mirror is made from brass. Its concave shape is achieved through the manual hammering of a brass sheet, coated in a nickel bath.
From music to cinema, or even design, Michael Jackson was and still is one of the greatest icons of all times. That’s why DelightFULL’s designers decided to pay a tribute to this amazing performer, by designing one fabulous mid-century lighting that embodies rhythm, exposed mechanical elements, and luxurious finishes, never forgetting the inspirations for the 80s.
Who else but Philippe Starck would dare mess with a king? Reinventing the classic Louis XVI armchair for Kartell, the playful Louis Ghost Armchair (2002) is a postmodern triumph of technical innovation and historical style.