Practical Magic scratches the Halloween itch you might be feeling in an unexpected way. I’ll level with you, the movie is straight up 1990s rom com cheese, so light some candles and lock your man in another room. A pair of gorgeous witch sisters live in the most unbelievable rambling Victorian, casting spells and mixing up potions all while wreaking havoc among the dead and living men they love. –Amy Merrick
1. Heather botanical illustration, $98; 2. Garlic braid, $18; 3. Batter bowl, $39; 4. Antique rolling pin, $88; 5. Threshold Cabinet, $2498; 6. Serving set, $32; 7. Mauviel copper cookware set, $1000; 8. Beeswax pillar candles, $20; 9. Ironstone platter, $65; Vintage tureen, $295.
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Sandra Bullock’s character is an herbalist, mixing up tinctures and products from the family’s indoor greenhouse. She stashes cut flowers in every corner and I now want to chuck everything I own and listen to nothing but Stevie Nicks loud and proud. If a vision of 1990s witchcraft isn’t enough to tempt you, let their house get you under it’s spell.
1. Antique iron lantern, $2195; 2. Toad in resin, $89; 3. Stone pumpkin, $16; 4. Watering can, $48; 5. Mortar and pestle, $15; 6. Shaker broom, $35; 7. Pruning scissors, $12; 8. Potted Mediterranean plants, $124; 9. Antique desk, $1995; 10. Bell jar cloche, $32; 11. Vintage cloche, $195.