Halloween is approaching 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 space with the creepy looking furniture? Well, if you haven’t decided on that yet, take a look at these Halloween furniture design ideas that will fill up your inspiration.
#1 Skull Chair
A skull-shaped chair is a good example of themed furniture for Halloween. Have a look at this creepy skull chair by Hong Kong-based Chic Sin Design. Once it is a skull and as you lift up its jaw, a comfortable chair revealed.
#2 Coffin Couch
How about a coffin couch in your living room? Handcrafted by Von Erickson, this sofa will surely give your guests serious jolts. Influenced by the notion of afterlife, it is an unusual couch that depicts dark side of life. It has a velvet covered thick foam cushion and classic metal spring construction seat.
It’s a not-so-scary furniture unit that you can use even after the after the Halloween.
#3 Skeleton Rocking Chair
This hand-carved Memento Mori skeleton rocking chair is made from walnut and beech wood with an embossed leather cushion. Super scary, isn’t it?
#4 Full Throttle Coffee Table
Two full-size skeleton busts holding a glass top make this coffee table. The bronze skeletons sitting on a brushed steel base offer a shiny look. Full Throttle coffee table will add a grim feel to any space.
#5 Skeleton Hand Table
This skeleton hand table is built by metal worker Rajala, who has shared it at DeviantArt. It looks spooky and is a great decorative furniture piece for the fright night. The skeleton hand holding the glass top is about 60 cm tall and wide.
#6 Crawling Skeleton Table
This unique table is designed by Paul Insect. It features a skeleton playboy bunny complete with ears, stiletto heels, gold tooth, and a mirror placed under the skeleton face. The skeleton seems to be carrying the glass tabletop on its back.
#7 Simple Skull Chair
Designed by French design studio Pool, this simplistic fiberglass chair with a skull-inspired back was presented as a part of Nouvelle Vague exhibition in 2011. Creepily amazing, what do you think?
#8 Coffin Bookcase
Showcase your favorite book collection in a terrifying way in this bookcase that is in the shape of a coffin. The DIYer has adorned it with skeleton and Ed Hardy paintings.
#9 Dinosaur Claw Table
This vintage dinosaur claw table was last sold at Julien’s Auctions. Made from resin with elongated octagonal glass top, it was gifted to Slash by Charlie Sheen.
#10 Scopophilia Eyeball Chair
How about a sculptural chair covered in hundreds of eyeballs? Scopophilia eyeball chair by Fiona Roberts is case in the point. It was showcased at the Helpmann Academy Graduate Exhibition 2012 in Adelaide, Australia.
#11 Sensory Deprivation Skull Cabin
Created by Atelier van Lieshout, this skull pod is inspired by the Study Skulls and other Skulls Joep van Lieshout made in the late nineties. The skull opens out to reveal a compartment ideal to escape the sensory clutter of modern life.
#12 Casket Bed
Real caskets can be turned into furniture. This coffin look alike bed can give a really dreadful feeling. Perfect Halloween furniture design for people wanting to sleep like a vampire on Halloween.
#13 Ghastly Coffin Table
DIY experts Tanya Memme and Daniel Kucan have made this coffin table for 2015 Halloween. It is a cool idea to make one to add a chilling vibe in living room or backyard.
#14 Skull Armchair
This giant skull armchair is designed by French designer Gregory Besson. Its body is built from fiberglass and seat is upholstered in leather. Chair’s horrifying view is visible from the back side while the comfy seating area reveals itself from the front.
#15 Twin Size Skull Bed with Matching Nightstands
Made from 1 ½-inch thick Ponderosa Pine frame, this bed with two matching nightstands is a wonderful piece of furniture to achieve ‘skull and bones’ theme in bedroom. There are 3D skull and cross-bone cutouts on the bed.
#16 Beam Coffee Table with Skull Artwork on top
This beautiful beam coffee table is made from four Scottish Spruce sleepers, finished in a deep walnut wood stain. A Gothic Skull artwork has been hand painted, crafted and distressed into the sleepers. There is also a glass top hovering 5-6 inches above the wooden one.