West Elm’s Halloween Shop Has Slithered Its Way Onto Social Media

published Sep 8, 2022
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It’s almost time to get into the Halloween spirit, and West Elm‘s new Halloween shop is ready to help you get spooky. While you’ll find your standard chic decor staples featuring pumpkins, leaves, and adorable ghosts, the true black magic lies in the collection’s snake-themed items, which are taking social media by storm.

West Elm is ringing in spooky season with a slew of slithering snakes in this year’s Halloween collection, and they’ll look right at home in any space. TikTokers are loving the offerings, which include the eye-catching snake-wrapped glassware ($25 to $190 per set), drinking glasses with printed black roses and snakes ($33 to $67 for a set of four or eight), and a spooky black snake wreath ($70).

TikTok creators and commenters alike are s-s-s-salivating over the new goodies, with one commenter quipping, “I need those snake glasses like I need air.” Others love the antique brass snake candelabra ($85), which has since sold out, inspiring some users to sculpt a DIY version at home with polymer clay and gold paint. If your crafting skills aren’t quite up to the challenge, fear not: the antique brass snake taper holders ($30 each) and the metal snake taper holders ($26 each) make a slightly more affordable option and look equally stunning on any table, and they’re still available. (For now!)

Other favorites include the elegant snake decoupage dish ($30), which serves as the perfect landing spot for your rings, keys, and other accessories. There’s also the black and white serpent pillow cover ($42.50 to $85) to s-s-s-spice up your couch or bed, and the moody Curiosity Halloween salad plate sets ($52 to $99) make for a slick addition to any Halloween dinner party that you’re throwing in the coming weeks.

The popular serpent-shaped items are sure to sell out, so don’t miss them before they —ahem — slither away for the season.