I didn’t start this blog until May, so some of you may not know but fair warning: I love Christmas. Why am I bringing this up during spook season? Because one of my favorite parts of Christmas is the tree, and I am seriously jonesing for a Halloween tree lately! I’ve rounded up eight of the most awesome Halloween trees that I could find.
The tree that reignited my obsession. I can’t stop thinking about how this Zebra Striped Christmas Tree from Treetopia would make an absolutely amazing Beetlejuice-themed Halloween tree!
Jennifer Perkins is without a doubt the reigning queen of all things holiday tree. Not only does she decorate multiple trees for Christmas and Halloween, you’ll also find inspiration for Valentine’s trees, Easter trees, and more on her blog. I could fill a whole post with just her trees, but I’m especially in love with this candy corn tree decorated with pumpkins, skulls, bats, and vintage masks.
I’m gaggingggg over this incredible Nightmare Before Christmas tree! Definitely head over to the source to see the gorgeous NBC figurine ornaments in full light. It’s seriously a piece of art.
This cute little tabletop tree from Wrinkled Chiffon is much more within the realm of possibility for me. I love how much adorable Halloween charm you can get with relatively little investment on space (which, like many apartment dwellers, is something I’m always short of).
A witch hat as the tree topper? Genius! This basic black tree gets a major glam upgrade with colorful mesh and tulle.
I know I’m not the only vintage gal completely obsessed with bottle brush trees. I love how these glam trees bring some classic and super femme vintage style to a holiday that’s usually all about the black and orange.
This tinsel tree Halloween-ified has so much vintage flair. I love the “Official Haunted House” sign and all the creative details throughout. It’s great to see how a “normal” Christmas tree can be transformed for Halloween!
If you really are short on space (and budget), even some branches from outside can be the base of a super cute Halloween-y tree. This one is definitely more on the seasonal side than the spooky side, and I love all the cute creatures made out of pinecones!
Looking at all these trees just made me more determined to figure out a way to acquire my own this year! I’m probably going to stick to the tabletop variety, but my heart has definitely been stolen by big, dramatic Halloween trees.
Do you put up a Halloween tree? Have any of these inspired you to give it a try?
Throughout Spooktember and October, I’m sharing everything a vintage gal needs to have the perfect Halloween with costume inspiration, decor, recipes and more! Click here to find all the Glam Ghoul’s Guide posts.