I love finding Halloween gems where I least expect them. And that’s exactly what happened the other day when I was cleaning out some files and discovered the photos in today’s post. When it comes to Halloween, I make sure every last inch of my little apartment has a spooky feel to keep me in the Halloween mood all season long. No room is off limits.
Not even my bathroom.
So when I realized I hadn’t shared all my Halloween home tour photos I took last September after putting the finishing touches on my spooky decor, I decided there’s no time like the present to share.
I hope you enjoy an extra dose of Halloween home decor goodness as I share the little touches I add to my bathroom.
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Nothing like getting ready in the morning flanked by some killer gravestone lights, right?
Typically my vase holds some yellow flowers that match my bathroom colors…but it’s also the perfect spot for a sprig of black roses.
Several years ago, I scored these flowers that included a skull and the skeleton hand coming out of the flower. I love how they look mixed in with the black roses.
This little guy is probably my favorite touch in the whole room.
I can’t think of a more perfect place for these lights.
My bathroom is pretty small since my building was built in the mid-1920s, but I have a lot of vertical space which makes these shelves a fun little place to display some Halloween goodies.
Like one of my many, many skulls! Fits on the shelf perfectly.
So does this owl candle.
Cute and cozy from his top-shelf perch.
Mercury glass has become one of my favorite home decor ideas in general, which makes me love this Halloween candlestick holder even more.
Some of my random Halloween goodies I added to the shelf for color.
Do you decorate your whole home for Halloween?
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