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Black Magic for Fall Home Decor

Melange Damasque environment

Damask-inspired carving adds a mood of dark romance to a space-saving demi console. Photo: Hooker Furniture.

  I’m not big on black magic, but I agree with the interior design rule that every room needs a touch of black for drama.

Black Magic Melange Damasque Demi console

The Melange Damasque Demi Console is as versatile as it is classic and romantic. Photo: Hooker Furniture.

Black-finished furniture is as timeless and chic as the perfect little black dress!

Black Magic Treviso consulate table

The Treviso consulate table adds the romance of Italian Renaissance décor in an ever-classic black finish. Photo: Hooker Furniture.

A beauty named Belle should be walking into this alchemist’s study any minute now. Goth-inspired detailing and dark finish wood make the Treviso Consulate Table as intriguing as it is practical.

Black Magic grandover mirrored back console

The Grandover mirrored-back console is a statement piece in black. Photo: Hooker Furniture.

Swirls of powerful black, touched with gold and mirrors, make this Grandover Mirrored Back Console one enchanted piece. Just add a jack-o-lantern on a black toile tray at the right end. Perfect!

Black Magic lighted pumpkin

I love the idea of using children’s books as decorating props, and since I inherited this very same set, I’ll use its happy orange and black for my Halloween decorating. Photo: Pier 1.

Grandover coffee table

The Grandover coffee table is perfect for displaying fall and seasonal décor. Photo: Hooker Furniture.

When it’s time for October and Halloween decorating, black is bewitching with orange, red, purple, green, gray and white.

Add black candlesticks and accessories to this Preston Ridge shaped buffet for a Gothic flair that evokes an elegant Halloween.

Preston ridge buffet

A black rub-through finish adds an updated ‘pop’ to a classic silhouette with the Preston Ridge buffet. Photo: Hooker Furniture.

Black Magic mouse and glass pumpkin pier one

Ravens, rats, bats and owls play key roles in fairy tales, and my favorite kind of Halloween décor. This rat looks ready to turn into a coachman for Cinderella’s pumpkin coach, don’t you think? Photo: Pier 1.

If you’re like me and think Halloween (especially for imaginative young kids) should celebrate fantasy, not gore, you can find clever party and decorating items as cute as the latest costumes. And when November comes, your versatile furniture and décor will add punch to your holiday looks, too!

zorbisi basket serrv

Black adds crispness to this earthy-inspired basket that celebrates the essence of fall. Photo: Serrv

orange and black quatrefoil pillows zazzle

The orange-and-black palette, especially when combined with the elegant and oh-so-current quatrefoil pattern, adds drama far beyond Halloween. Photo: ebay.

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