I instantly fell in love with these modern (and slightly glamorous) gold pumpkins. I think they'd be a cute way to store extra Halloween candy too.
Hanging a wreath of any kind is a great way to kick off the season. I like to go with ones made with faux leaves, like this one from Pottery Barn, so that they last a few years.
This spooky, spider-y, tiered tray is a fun way to display treats throughout the season.
Decorative plates are always fun to use at dinnertime, but they also look great hung on a wall or placed on a small mount in the kitchen.
These ceramic gourd salt and pepper shakers are too cute and can be displayed for months.
I really like this antiqued copper ice bucket, and I think it would look great alongside any fall decor.
Cozy up your couch or bed with a pillow like this one made from Italian wool by Restoration Hardware. It's a bit pricey, but its classic design will last for many seasons to come.
Perfect for an entryway table, these mahogany-colored pumpkins will add a classic element to any decor scheme.
These hanging bronze owl lanterns for your porch or walkway are a spooky yet fun way to greet visitors.
Add a little bit of fun to your chandelier with these pumpkin and spiderweb lamp shades. I can imagine that kids would get a kick out of putting these up every year too.
Serve anything from salads to appetizers on these hand-spun glass leaf plates. I also think they'd make great pillar candle dishes.
Whether you are having company over to watch a football game or are throwing a family get-together, this owl set makes for a great way to serve guests this time of year.
I love these monogrammed napkins in traditional fall colors from Williams-Sonoma. I think they'd look great displayed on the dining room table all season, or they'd be a nice gift to friends and family for the holidays.
These natural acorns with pine cone tops will add seasonal flair to just about anywhere. Use them to fill up an apothecary jar, scatter them on your table, bunch them in a bowl to display on a countertop — the possibilities for these little things are endless.
Having guests over between now and Thanksgiving? Set out these spiderweb place card holders for a bit of quirky decor.