Vintage décor is a popular choice for so many holidays—why not Halloween, too? Prepare for the night of candy-filled trickery with collectible Halloween décor you can keep year to year. And the best part is, they can only get more vintage, right? So spruce up a Halloween party, put together an incredibly unique gift for a friend or put it up for your own enjoyment.
It’s time to get creative, so we scoured Etsy to find the coolest and spookiest vintage Halloween décor out there. Take a look at what we found!
Looking for retro Halloween ideas? Click here to see how writer and stylist, Jennifer Perkins, gets her retro house Halloween-ready. And of course, don’t forget to follow our Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest for some fresh flea market inspiration!
Orange You Spooked?
This orange 1970s Bohemian rug is perfect for Halloween. Place it in a hallway or lengthy entry way for some lovable vintage vibes.
A Hiss-tory of Decor
This retro cat is already spooked by your awesome collection of vintage decor. It's purrrfect for a Halloween wall gallery!
Spin a spoof on elegance into your Halloween decor with a a pair of ghostly tapers. Ideal for a candlelight dinner on the most haunted night of the year.
This ceramic jack-o-lantern is ready to be filled with your favorite fall flowers. You could even convert it into a candy-holder for Halloween treats.
These letterpress letters from the 1960s are C-U-T-E! They'd look perfect with a fall garland above a fireplace mantel.
Looks like good ol' Jack dressed up for Halloween this year! A wonderful piece from the 1960s, this is sure to cheer up your house.
Sweet as a Scarecrow
This 1970s ceramic scarecrow is ready to greet your guests at the door all autumn long. It even comes with a little jack-o-lantern pal.
Light up the night with little drops of jack-o-lantern sunshine from the 1980s. This string of gourd goodness would look great wrapped around a banister, garland or patio veranda.
This sweet little guy is ready to grace your Halloween with his vintage smile. He'd look perfect on a shelf display, wouldn't he?