Halloween is not just about sweet treats and costumes, it’s in the decorations, too! Instead of opting for the usual pumpkins and bats, you can fill your home with something a little different.
The right Halloween decorations can get your space in the spooky spirit and looking fabulous. However, one wrong move and your room can look nightmarish… not exactly in a festive way.
These are just a few of the many ways to bring in a festive look without feeling garish!
A vignette is a fantastic way to add merry flair to your home without going overboard. Just arrange a small group of objects that you like together.
Bats on the Wall
With these bats on the wall and the raven hanging on the flower vase, this home has a spooky vibe. The bats also stand out on the white wall.
Make use of Cobwebs
This is spooky yet also cute. Use fake cobwebs to create a creepy look for your next dinner party.
Go all out
This is a fantastic way to dress up a skeleton. You can always go all out for Halloween decorations by making a group of themed skeletons like the ballet dancers here.
Keep it Simple
This is the perfect mix of fall and Halloween items together. You can never go wrong when you keep it simple.
Decorate your Dining Table
Embrace a mysterious vibe by decorating your dining table with antique objects and dried flowers.
Go for Black Pumpkins
One of the ways to get that creepy Halloween look without feeling too flashy is by going for a black pumpkin instead of the standard bright orange color.
You can beautify any shelf with mysterious objects to give it a festive flair. Anyone wanting coffee is in for a treat when they go to pick out a mug to use!
Black and White
Going for a black and white color scheme is another fantastic way to give your home a spooky and classy look without feeling too bold.
Decorate your front door with an incredible wreath and skulls to welcome guests without being too scary. After all, wreaths are not only for Christmas!
Pink is the perfect color for all seasons. Halloween doesn’t have to be filled with black and orange decorations. Give pink a try and see how it looks! It might be spookier than you’re expecting.
Decorate with Witch Hats
This floating hat with the addition of a blackbird is perfect for adding a hint of spooky vibes to your home.
Lots of people like to decorate the outsides of their homes for Halloween. Display a couple of mysterious objects around your home for guests and trick-or-treaters.
You can skip using real pumpkins and embrace the artificial ones instead. This set of ceramic white pumpkins is a great way to add a subtle Halloween vibe (and you can keep using them year after year!).
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