Boo! A scary night of Halloween is coming soon, and people are getting their houses ready for the spooky festival. Wacky food, scary costumes and creepy decorations are about to rule the world until the harvest moon sets. But wait, what about furniture? Don’t you want to give a scary makeover to your interior with the witchy furniture this Halloween? Well, if you haven’t decided on that yet, take a look at these Halloween furniture design ideas that will turn your home into a haunted place the classy way. Bring home these batty furniture items and celebrate Halloween in a spooktacular way.
#1 Skull chair
This awesome skeleton chair is designed by Hong Kong-based Chic Sin Design. The chair looks like a giant skull lying on the floor. It turns into a comfortable chair when you lift its jaw.
#2 Coffin couch
How about a coffin couch this Halloween? This is a handmade couch that will surely give your guests serious scares. Influenced by the afterlife, this unusual couch shows the dark side of life. It’s a less spooky and more gorgeous seating unit that you can use even after the after the harvest moon set.
#3 Skeleton rocking chair
This is a nineteenth-century European hand-carved Memento Mori skeleton rocking chair. It is made from walnut and beech wood with an embossed leather cushion. Super scary, isn’t it?
#4 Full Throttle coffee table
This unusual and scary coffee table is one the best things for Halloween. It will surely scare the hell out of your friends. The table is a limited edition, so hurry up!
#5 Skeleton hand table
Skeleton hand table is designed by Rajala. It looks spooky and can be a good decorative furniture piece for the fright night. The skeleton hand is about 60 cm tall and wide. The glass is oval-shaped and it weighs about 15 kg.
#6 On All Fours table
On All 4’s skeleton table is designed by Paul Insect. The horrifying table features a skeleton on all fours with stiletto heels and playboy cufflinks on. The skeleton has bunny ears with a glass tabletop on its back.
#7 Scary skull chair
This is a unique and creepy combination of design and functionality. Designed by Nouvelle Vague, the chair is in the shape of a skull that will give your home interior a gothic look. Ghostly amazing, isn’t it?
#8 Coffin-shaped bookcase
Showcase your precious book collection in a terrifying way. The bookcase is in the shape of coffin and adorned with beautiful Ed Hardy tattoo designs.
#9 Skeleton claw table
Another creative skeleton table that looks even more horrifying. The table was gifted by Charlie Sheen to Slash.
#10 Scopophilia eyeball chair
How about a chair that is covered in hundreds of eyeballs? The Scopophilia eyeball chair by Fiona Roberts is totally wired. The red velvet chair was her graduation project that was showcased at the Helpmann Academy Graduate Exhibition 2012 in Adelaide, Australia.
#11 Sensory Deprivation skull cabin
This Sensory Deprivation skull cabin by Atelier van Lieshout is a cool cabinet style statement. This little compartment in which you can sit and cut yourself off the world is one the best gateways for a short time. A good furniture unit for Halloween.
#12 Casket bed
This casket bed looks classy and well furnished. It will give your home a feel of vampire villa. A perfect piece of furniture for Halloween.
#13 Ghastly coffin table
This table is designed by the DIY expert Tanya Memme and Daniel Kucan. You can also make it yourself to add a cary touch in your living room.
#14 Giant skull armchair
The armchair is designed by French designer Gregory Besson. It is built from fiberglass and upholstered in quality leather. It looks horrifying when looked from the back, while the comfy side reveals itself in the front view.
#15 Twin size skull bed with matching night stands
The skull bed is made of pine wood. It is sturdy, beautifully scary and built to last for the generations to come. Twin size bed comes with two matching night stands – a great addition for Halloween night.
#16 Skull coffee table
The vintage table looks cool and classic. It will give your place a unique and spooky touch. The table is made from four Scottish Spruce sleepers. These sleepers sit on four black/brass castor feet finished off in a deep walnut wood stain. The glass tabletop hovers 5-6 inches high in the air with the help of four screws. The price is about $990.