I believe in artists supporting other artists; that’s why when I see art I love, I’m going to share them with you all in an art trend roundup so that you can consider purchasing their work too.
I love any excuse to eat excessive amounts of chocolate and candy, thus Halloween is one of my favourite times of year; celebrating the occasion this year will undoubtedly be much different this time around (RIP big Halloween parties), but that doesn’t mean you should forget about having fun altogether. Decorating your space with motifs of the season is a great way to embrace the fun and keep the vibe going throughout the year. Purchasing things that only look good during a particular season isn’t really financially or environmentally viable anymore, so I’ve put together this list of products that will make sense for any time of the year. The key to keeping that Halloween spirit around your home at any time is to make use of the spooky motifs, like black cats, witchy tools and candy, but avoid anything overly festive or a colour scheme that makes it look tacky adjacent.
Black cats paired with luscious green plants tie the fun and spook of Halloween vibes with great home décor. Each of these wonderfully illustrated art prints have a pop of orange that nods towards the fall season.
If you’re looking for a similar black cat and foliage aesthetic, but with a cheaper price point and more wall coverage than a classic art print, these posters are adorable and look incredible on shinier paper.
A Halloween colour scheme doesn’t always need to be about the doom and gloom; these bright and colourful candy inspired tote bags offer a fun new take on the fall season. Maybe by next year, a child in your life will be able to go trick-or-treating with one of these bags!
Either bubblegum pink or black and white are great colour scheme options for creating a modern witchy vibe in your space. I’m especially loving the uniqueness of some of the motifs on the pink variant, like the rock candy and the latte art.