Halloween décor doesn't have to mean kitschy one-time-use decorations. Look for treats, like this Smith & Hawkens Twig Bowl, that...

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Halloween décor doesn’t have to mean kitschy one-time-use decorations. Look for treats, like this Smith & Hawkens Twig Bowl, that can be used beyond the holiday. Brass branches finished in black hold a removable glass insert. The bowl is 12 inches in diameter. $69. Smith & Hawkens, 4622 25th Ave. N.E., Seattle. 206-985-8613 or www.smithandhawkens.com


Looking-glass magic

The Andover Mirror has a convex shape for a unique reflection — or no reflection, if your Halloween guests are vampires. The mirror, part of the Victoria Hagan Perfect Pieces collection at Target, is 11 inches in diameter with a leather and metal hanger. Place the mirror near a window to reflect natural light all year. $50. www.target.com

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Rechargeable votives

Illuminate faux jack-o’-lanterns with Grandin Road’s Rechargeable Votive Candles. A five-hour charge provides 90 hours of flickering light. Each votive is 2 inches tall. After Halloween, use the votives on a mantel or as part of a table setting. $39 for set of four with recharging base. 888-263-9850 or www.grandinroad.com


Glowing gourds

Glass pumpkin and gourd candleholders have a round opening in the back for easy tealight placement, while the scissor-cut stem allows heat to escape. Use the gourds for Halloween and Thanksgiving. $14-$28. Sizes vary. Smith & Hawkens, 4622 25th Ave. N.E., Seattle. 206-985-8613 or www.smithandhawkens.com

Compiled by Judy Averill, digs editor. Photos courtesy of Smith & Hawkens, Target and Grandin Road. Please contact your preferred retailer to ensure that the item you want is still available.