After Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas creep up on us quickly, so it's already time to start thinking about how to decorate for the holiday season.
While creepy, dark baubles aren't typically what get people into the holiday spirit, these gothic-themed ornaments are perfect for a spooky tree. If you can't wait to start decorating, these will even work for Halloween.
From Nightmare Before Christmas–themed knickknacks to frightening horror ones, there are tons of ways to decorate in an avant-garde way.
Fans of the Tim Burton classic know that this movie is meant for two very different holidays. It can be played on Christmas Eve or throughout the spooky season, and it always makes sense. These three ornaments are precious and belong together under a Christmas Tree.
With a brand-new Joker movie out, and a Harley Quinn one on the way, this set is perfect for any fans of the creepy duo. These could also make for a good pre-Christmas present, or could go along with someone dressing up as the characters for Halloween.
Harry Potter fans need this symbol under their tree. It has become a symbol for the fandom that's been tattooed, turned into nail art, makeup looks, and more. It represents the three most powerful objects in the Wizarding World, the Elder Wand, the Invisibility Cloak, and the Resurrection Stone.
A vampire bat seems like the perfect addition to any haunted house, but it could also work for a gothic tree. It's clutching a red crystal that will match the vibrant red and green Christmas colors. This is the kind of dark decor that will turn a merry and bright home into a seriously creepy one.
Everyone's favorite trio, the Sanderson Sisters from Hocus Pocus, are emblazoned on this crystal ball. Plus, the iconic song that Bette Midler croons in the movie, "I Put a Spell on You," is featured on the bauble.
Any wicked witches in the house need this ornament in their lives. Or, fans of the Broadway musical Wicked would also love this addition to the tree. It's complete with a pointy black hat, just like the Wicked Witch of the West wears in Wizard of Oz.