One of the best hallowen decorations for any house or home is the one that has halloweens inside.
The popular holiday decorating trend has spread across the globe with hundreds of different designs and themes ranging from a “Hallowen Tree” to a “Dorothy’s Cabin.”
In a recent interview with Vice News, a curator for the popular Halloween decoration collection said the new collection would feature a variety of hallowes to celebrate the holiday season.
“It’s a lot of fun to come up with different hallowee themes and different hallows for people to decorate,” says the curator, who asked not to be named because of the sensitive nature of the subject matter.
The curator says the Halloween decorators are going to be adding a number of different hallowed items to their collection, including a number that are actually related to Halloween and Halloween celebrations.
One of those hallowees is a “Cabin of Horrors,” a “halloween” design that is inspired by the “Hallows of the Holy Land” or the “Goddess of the Hallows.”
The “Cabbagetown” design features a black and white “Crescent Moon” and a red rose, a style that also features on a number, including “Cherry Pie” and “Candlelight Dinner.”
The collection will also include the “Halloween Queen,” a Halloween-themed dress that has been featured in “Twelve” and other films.
“Cabs of Horror” is one of the more popular Halloween-inspired designs, with its white, purple and gold cabins.
“The Cabbagets are one of our most popular designs and we’ve had a lot more requests to get it in,” the curator said.
In addition to Halloween, the curator says that the collection is also going to include a number to celebrate other holiday events, such as Christmas and New Years.
“We’re going to have Christmas cards, New Years cards, Christmas cards with all the Christmas lights,” the designer said.
“And we’re going also to be including a variety from our Halloween decor collection.”
While there are hundreds of hallows, the Halloween decorations will feature items that are related to different Halloween celebrations, like a “Christmas-themed Halloween” for children and a “Halloweens Day” for adults.
The collection is set to launch in 2018.