10 Chic Yet Festive Ways to Decorate Your Space on Halloween
These spooky decor ideas don’t disappoint.
Published Nov 9, 2018 10:12 PM
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Don’t want to clutter your perfectly curated interior with seasonal decor this Halloween? We’ve got you covered. There are a variety of ways to introduce those spooky vibes without committing to traditional options that may compromise your style. Skip the cliche choices and opt for some delightfully ghoulish additions instead. From pumpkins sporting our favorite prints to Instagram-worthy lanterns, these finds will help you transform your home into a high-style haunted house.
Mud Cloth Pumpkins
Holiday accents are always fun to incorporate, but can be a bit overwhelming if they clash with existing decor. Get the best of both worlds by working some on-trend looks right into those Halloween additions. Take any current design obsession and put it on full display via a pumpkin. These mud cloth inspired cuties from Homey Oh My will blend in seamlessly on any mantel, console, or coffee table while simultaneously bringing the perfect touch of seasonal style.
Pumpkin Bud Vases
Just because it’s time for pumpkins, gourds, and mums to take center stage doesn’t mean those favorite florals should be forgotten about. Showcase any type of flower, but with a Halloween-friendly twist that’ll give any surface area a next-level refresh this October. Kiana Underwood of Tulipina shows off the ideal way to introduce festive flair to traditional options by turning small-scale pumpkins into oh-so-cute bud vases.
Rather than sticking to store-bought decorations, try something a bit more understated and stylish this year. Since typography prints and letter boards are having their moment, spell out a spooky saying on any blank wall for a thematic update that will wow. Get some inspiration from this banner seen on A Beautiful Mess and start creating your very own ghoulish hanging to keep on display.
Finding unique ways to decorate during Halloween can be a challenge, but these mini mummies from Oh Happy Day will most definitely cure those woes. Miniature wooden mannequins get a DIY makeover with the help of some gauze. After they’re all wrapped up, style them in a window, on the mantel, or in any other nook that needs some sprucing for a silly surprise around every corner.
Macrame Pumpkin Holder
Pumpkins are a must-have during autumn. While we love them in just about every nook of our home, we’re ready for a new way to put these gourds front and center. This clever idea from Fall For DIY is just what we’ve been looking for. Showcase fall favorites just as you would your plants by using macrame hangings. From the smallest of options to the biggest of pumpkin patch finds, this boho-inspired approach won’t jeopardize your interior style.
Jack-o’-lanterns certainly have their charm, but have been given a swoon-worthy revamping by Designlovefest. Forget about the standard methods of pumpkin carving and attempt this easy to do lantern look instead. Scoop out the pumpkin from its base and proceed to drill holes before placing a candle (preferable battery operated) inside. When all’s said and done, you’ll have a lighting option that will set the Halloween mood.
Tulle Covered Balloons
Achieving a design-forward Halloween can be a struggle, but the creativity over at Hipster Mum is helping change the decor game for the better. Whether it’s for a party or to delight some trick-or-treaters, these balloons will definitely be a game changer this year. By simply outfitting generic balloons with black tulle, you’ll have a Wednesday Adams approved interior in an instant.
Pumpkins get all the attention during the fall season, but don’t forget about those small-scale gourds that are just as good for decorative upgrades. Their oblong shapes aren’t utilized enough in our opinion, and that’s why we’re loving these ghost gourds from Momtastic. A coat ofwhite paint
and some faces drawn on in black marker will create the perfect bunch of additions for any ledge in need of some Halloween highlights.
Have fun with your decorations this year by introducing some sassy sayings to your setup. These punny pumpkins from Studio DIY will have you reconsidering your traditional Halloween scene and opting for something a bit more playful this time around. Paint the complete pumpkin (including the stem) for a statement that is snapshot ready.
Halloween decor doesn’t have to be frightful in order to get the job done. Pass on those eerie designs and go with a friendly ghost approach instead. These charming ghost pinatas from Oh Happy Day are the most playful, party-ready pieces for all ages. String these hauntingly cute DIYs in any corner for a spooky surprise that everyone will love.