Halloween Home Decor Ideas

If you enjoy Halloween, you must be very excited about decorating your home for it. But aren’t you tired of the same old paper pumpkins in your window every year? Get more Halloween home decor ideas – luckily, there are plenty of choices here.

Cobwebs

Halloween home decor is the only excuse for cobwebs in your home! Decorative cobwebs come prepackaged and are available at almost any convenience or party store during the Halloween season. As a fun way of expressing some Halloween home decor, place the cobwebs in the corners of rooms and windows, and outside any trees or bushes that you might have.

Ghosts

A flying ghost is a popular symbol of Halloween, so it is no surprise that Halloween home decor employs this image to the fullest. You can purchase a ghost decoration and, using clear thread, suspend it in the middle of a nearby window. Or, you can use everyday tissues to make little ghosts and tape them up around your house.

The Stuffed Scarecrow

For a fun and scary Halloween home decor decoration, take some of those autumn leaves that you have been raking up and stuff some old clothes with them. Then, take a paper bag, stuff that with leaves, and tie the base. Attach a scary mask to it and make it the head for the scarecrow. Then, take a porch chair and sit the scarecrow on it. Place the scarecrow either in the corner of a large room or on the front lawn (which would really care the trick-or-treaters).

Lights

Get strings of orange lights and place them around the perimeters of the main rooms in you home. Alternatively, you can decorate trees and bushes with them to make you home stand out to trick-or-treaters. Strings of lights are a spooky, yet elegant example of Halloween home decor.

Painted Windows

With washable paint easily available nowadays you can turn the main windows of your home into Halloween murals. Both parents and young children can have real fun doing it together. The biggest advantage of this Halloween home decor idea is that it allows children to express their creativity.

Decorating your home for Halloween remember to have fun first of all – this should be an enjoyable activity and no kind of competition against the neighbors.