7 Spooktacular Halloween Decor Ideas
Halloween is coming up fast, is your home ready? If you’re
drawing a blank on how to decorate this year, don’t fret – we’ve got you
covered. Wow friends, neighbors, and trick-or-treaters with these sweet and spooky
decor ideas. Whether you’re creating a terrifying haunted house or just adding
a few tasteful items around your home, we’ve got decoration ideas we’re sure
everyone will enjoy. Check ‘em out below and get ready to have the most
boo-tiful house on the block!
– One of the many reasons we love this scary centerpiece is its simplicity.
It’s very easy to make, yet its effect is very powerful. The eyes are totally
unexpected and not the sort of trope Halloween decor you’ll see at every house.
Definitely a must do this year!
Brighten up your spooky space with this Day of the Dead influenced garland.
Sugar skulls are a sweet (pun intended) way to add color to your Halloween
Short on space? Suspending your decorations from the ceiling is a great way to
create a big impact without crowding your home. We are big fans of these
levitating witch hats. Pick up a couple from the dollar store, grab some
fishing wire, and string them up.
– Halloween isn’t just about fake blood and
gore, sometimes it pays to be more subtle. Much like the other flowery decor
item we shared, we appreciate this centerpiece for its simplicity. Add some
critters and crawlers to a bunch of white roses and enjoy.
is one a-DOOR-able decoration! If you’ve got little ones at home or are in a
neighborhood that’s full of tiny tots, this is a great way to decorate for
Halloween. You don’t want to be too scary, but you do want to mark the occasion
and this cute mummy door is perfect!
– Some yarn and a few fake spiders turn these darling
votives into daring Halloween decor. These are a great touch for small
Halloween get togethers and dinner parties.
Ferocious Fanged Pumpkins
– Don’t crowd your window sills with large
Jack-o-lanterns, these “Drac-o-lanterns” are perfect for small spaces. An ideal
craft for little ones who are too young to carve pumpkins, all you need is
fangs and push pins to make these guys!
We hope these decor ideas help you whip your space into
shape for Halloween. If you make any of these decorations make sure to share
snaps of them with us @HomeShows on Twitter
– we love seeing what
you guys come up with!