Because I spent a lot of time and effort on my outdoor decorations, I usually don’t have quite as much time to decorate the inside of my home for Halloween. With that said, I still adore collecting Halloween decorations, and my tastes run towards tchotchkes that are either vintage or folk art inspired.
For example, all the little figurines you see here have been purchased from Etsy throughout the years. Mr and Mrs Pumpkin head are supposed to represent my husband and I and the two pumpkin clowns above them are my two boys. When I had my daughter I added the pumpkin girl in the candy corn car. The bug-eyed fairy trick-or-treater was something I found online and it made me smile, so I bought it. Even though none of these items are vintage, there is something old world about them. They are essentially folk art, which is a genre of art I quite admire and wish I collected more often.
Isn’t this Nosferatu doll amazing! The artist put so much work into it and you can tell it is a true work of talent. Plus he reminds me of The Count on Sesame Street. One! One pumpkin! Ah ah ah ah ah!
Not everything is handmade or expensive. As a matter of fact, plenty of my decorations come from my beloved HomeGoods such as the candle holder on the left and the bust on the right.
Somehow they just end up all working together, don’t you think?
I don’t get a Christmas tree, so I make sure to decorate my Halloween tree every year!
And there you have my indoor vintage Halloween decorations. I hope you all have a wonderfully spooky Halloween!