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13 Things To Goth Up Your Dining Room

Transform your dining room into a dark sanctuary of macabre opulence...

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2. The Nightmare Before Christmas Serving Bowl


Cheap and cheerful, this serving bowl would be a delight for fans of the Disney classic (i.e pretty much all goths in existence)

£4.19 (Disney Store)

3. Skull Salt and Pepper Shakers


I own this pair! They really add a certain Gothic classiness to our dining table. Seems only natural to put the salt in the white one, the pepper in the black one.

$8.99 (Gift Impact)

5. Black Table cover


Perhaps the most simple and effective way to add a touch of dark elegance to your dining room is simply to use a nice dark table cloth, like this one with its attractive leaf pattern.

£9.99 (Table Cloth Shop)

7. 'The Gathering' Candlestick


How awesome is this Grim Reaper themed candlestick from Spiral? Candles set in these placed on your dining table would definitely set a macabre mood!

£15.00 (Spiral)

8. Nevermore set of four 16 inch reversible cotton napkins


Skulls, ravens, spiders, beetles...I would LOVE this set of napkins for my own gothic dining table!

£18.40 (Etsy – GigglingNinja)

9. Gothic Victorian Skull Plate


Simply gorgeous work from a very talented Etsy storeholder, who adds her own designs to vintage items. Make sure you take a look at the other items in this store too, they're all lovely.

£25.77 (Etsy: AustinModern)

10. Pure Lux Traditional Black Crystal Wine Goblet


You can't have a complete dining table set up without wine glasses! And on a gothic dining table, they should of course be black...

£38.00 (Gurasu)

12. Wyverex Dragon Canteen of Cutlery


You can always count on Alchemy Gothic to deliver on making exquisite Gothic homeware, such as this amazing dragon-themed cutlery set. Even the presentation box is gorgeous.

£253 (New Moon)

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