Keep This Chic Halloween Decor All Year Round

Find these five pieces in Boston and beyond.

Photos courtesy of John Derian Company, Dieseno Boston, and Roche Bobois

Photos courtesy of John Derian Company, DISEÑO, and Roche Bobois

It’s the time of year when glow-in-the-dark cobwebs fill the windows lining Boston’s streets. The flashing pumpkins and purple tinsel are cute, yes, but it’s possible to forgo the tacky traditions and still be festive. This year, clear the (decorative or figurative) skeletons from your closet and replace them with chic, stylish Halloween home decor. Our top five picks for chic statement pieces can remain on display all year round—and best of all, they’ve been sourced from local shops.

Here, find five accessories you won’t want to pack away next month.

Photo Courtesy of Kristin Paton Interiors

Photo Courtesy of Kristin Paton Interiors

Antlers on Shield—Kristin Paton interiors 

These aged antlers reset on wooden plaques will add drama to any space (especially a long, dimly lit hallway).

$495, Kristin Paton Interiors, 152 Mount Auburn St., Cambridge,

Photo courtesy of Simon Pearce

Photo courtesy of Simon Pearce

Pumpkin—Simon Pearce

Leave the rotting porch pumpkins behind, and instead arrange this shining bounty into an indoor pumpkin patch.

$105, Simon Pearce, 103 Newbury St., Boston,

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Photo courtesy of Diseño

Alpaca Silver and Black Goat Horn Candlesticks—Diseño

Wax-dripped candles are a haunted house essential. Upgrade yours with these gorgeous candlesticks.

$399, Diseño, 460C Harrison Ave., Boston,

roche bobois

Photo courtesy of Roche Bobois

Souvenirs Night Vase—Roche Bobois

Fill this vase with a few black calla lilies to add a gothic touch to your dinner table.

$1,630, Roche Bobois, 2 Avery St., Boston,

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Photo courtesy of John Derian Company

Book Cheeseboard with Tree—John Derian Company

Red wine served with a fine selection of cheeses on this handmade plate won’t fail to impress the guests at your costume party.

$200, John Derian Company, Law St. (back of 396 Commercial St.), Provincetown,