9 Creepy Halloween Props for Your Home This Halloween
If you have not noticed it yet, there has been a trend for salacious yet unique furniture lately. And since Halloween is almost here, we think it is just timely to feature some of the most creepy and disturbing Halloween props that we found online. Most of these Halloween props look like straight-up wax models or direct plaster replicas of limbs that were carved into chairs or coat hooks of hands, Adam’s family style. Some unique furniture are just plain scary that will make your children cry. Here are some of the most terrifying Halloween props we found online.
01– Creepy Looking Unique Furniture Made from Tree Branches
This unique furniture collection called Slow White from Dutch designer Bo Reudler is made from tree branches. The branches were carefully selected for their distinguishing imperfections and curves. These forms give personality to each piece which will always be different due to the randomness of each branch. All unique furniture products are hand made.
02– Human Skin Rug
Slightly funny at first glance but really disturbing piece of rug. This is like a bear skin rug, but with a human’s head. Artist Chrissy Conant made this self-portrait: According to her, the “Chrissy Skin Rug” represents my relationship to my parents. The rug is a silicone rubber cast of my bare skin. I position myself as a human rug on a wooden floor with an open mouth and eyes that gaze suggestively upward. Parental influences from childhood continue to suppress me, long after I have grown up and they have gone.”
03– Grab Hook by Reality
A cast of the designers hand, “Grab” is a catchall for soap, keys, change – most any small thing. Easily wall mountable. Dimensions: 5″ x 4″ x 7″ Designed by Harry Allen
04– Evolution by Naco Carbonell
The unique furniture collection includes three seats made from paper mache with chicken-wire frames: a chair with a cave-like bulge that a person can climb inside for contemplation; a public bench with a chamber at one end for an individual to escape into (top image); and a lovers seat to allow for both public and private behavior between a couple.
05– Surreal Minimalism by David Pompa
This unique furniture collection comprises eight chairs constructed from different combination of metal bases and upholstered seats.“These chairs are a response to mental and physical needs of people in their office environment,” says Pompa.
06– Paint or Die But… Love Me
Via Web Urbanist
Old unique furniture furniture can always be reinvented with a fresh, bright lick of paint. This table picks up the concept and runs with it – giving the illusion of a board dripping with a river of fresh red paint. Designer John Nouanesing hides function (the table legs) within illusion – it is likely a great deal sturdier than it first appears.
07 – Dismembered Baby Doll Coat Rack
No babies were harmed making this rack!!! Baby doll arms and legs, hands and feet, serve as a coat hanger, key hanger, etc!! This unique furniture is a very intriguing conversation piece!! I can make it larger or smaller depending on your needs, convo me and we will work something out.
08 -Coffin sofa
Coffin Couches is a California-based company that sells sofas made out of “used” coffins. From the website, it would seem that the company doesn’t get its coffins by disinterring grandmothers, but from coffins that are discovered to be slightly damaged after a body has been put in them. The unique furniture cost $3,500 (not including shipping) and weigh 900 pounds, ensuring that if you buy one, it’s virtually guaranteed to be the only one on your block.
09 -Skin Collection by Nacho Carbonell
Spanish designer Nacho Carbonell presented a new unique furniture collection featuring an elastic outer skin that stretches according to objects placed inside the pieces. In the Skin unique furniture, a thin, closely adhering and elastic layer allows the user to place objects underneath it. This layer adapts and takes the form of the objects, creating spontaneous contours that lead your curiosity to discover what hides beneath them.