10 Halloween home decor ideas to wow your trick or treaters
Hosting a frighteningly good Halloween party but not sure just how to deck out your haunted house? We’ve created 10 wicked Halloween home decor ideas to transform your interior from chic to shriek…
1. Making an entrance
You want your guests to have a stylishly frightening night, so start them off with a hair-raising Halloween entrance. Grab some of our Moon & Stars Foil Balloons, before dangling some Bat Decorations at your front door for maximum fright impact.
Pick up a couple of these gorgeous Halloween Pinwheel Decoration packs for the ultimate in Halloween decor. Hang them from the ceiling, stairway, and door frame for your ghoulish guests to glide on through.
What a wickedly wonderful entrance!
2. Halloween garlands
Fright and delight in equal measure with this simply boo-tiful garland. Ask for a willing helping hand as you string up the foil letters and haunting honeycomb balls, ready for your night of spellbound entertaining. Get your Boo Balloon Garland here.
You could even team up with our Spider Web Garland for maximum effect. You’ll find 8 creepy honeycomb spiders, silver holographic foil cobwebs, and 14 letter pennants inside.
3. Terrifying table decorations
With a house fit for haunting, make sure your table doesn’t disappoint. Decorate yours with Witch Halloween Cups and Assorted Halloween Plates, sprinkling some terror with these Skeleton Halloween Confetti Crackers.
And don’t forget about creating a uniquely creepy centerpiece. Try our pumpkin decoration ideas below for an eerie effect.
4. Black cat decor and dress-up
You know what they say about black cats. They bring a whole host of magical powers. Luckily, you can provide some magic of your own with these Black Cat Halloween Plates and Black Cat Halloween Napkins.
5. Trick or Treaters
What’s a party without favors? To keep the terror lingering long after the night has ended, dot some of our Halloween Party Blowers around and create Halloween party bags filled with Witch & Cat Tattoos and bedazzling Halloween Pins.
And why not greet your unsuspecting trick or treaters with these Halloween Surprise Balls?
6. Pumpkin decorations
What do you do with all those pumpkins you’ve picked? Make some cool Halloween decorations of course!
Create an eye-catching table centerpiece display of different sized pumpkins. For a creepy but cute Halloween decoration, grab some spray paint and colored pens, draw on some lightning bolts, ghoulish eyes or flying bats to bring to life. Voila! Your pumpkins are ready to take center stage.
Add to the theme with these charming Pumpkin Plates. Halloween home decor has never looked so good.
7. Scary skeletons
Up the fear factor with these hanging bones. They reflect light as they swing back and forth from your haunted house, providing a watchful eye over your trick or treaters.
String up this scarily stylish Sugar Skull Garland and serve up a slice of terror with Sugar Skull Plates and Sugar Skull Napkins.
8. Halloween balloon kit
This awesome Halloween Balloon Kit is a really fun way to mix up decorating your house while getting that little bit creative.
And this DIY Halloween idea is definitely one to do with the little ones. Watch them get in the mood for their own trick or treating with this pack of 8 balloons, 4 wands, and some creepy self-adhesive character pieces. Now they have their own supernatural sidekick to ward off other trick or treaters.
9. Halloween spider decorations
Little ones can delight - and fright - their fellow partygoers with these hanging Spider Decorations.
It wouldn’t be a spine-chilling Halloween party without some spiderwebs lurking in every stylish corner. Keep on the cobweb theme with some sparkling Cobweb Plates and Napkins to create a spine-tingling table display. Or if you’re feeling crafty grab the kids and create some gruesome glitter glue webs yourself with glitter, glue, tracing paper and a few hours setting time!
10. Wicked witch ideas
Inject a little sorcery into the evening with these Witch Halloween Cups. Perfect for your homemade potions.
Continue the theme by decorating any lonely looking pumpkins with these Mini Witches' Hats. Or hand out to your guests. You could even provide a hat stand for the little witches to hang their hats when the party games take place. Now, where will they put their broomstick...
So there you have it. Ten ways to treat, and trick, your fiendish friends and family at what is sure to be a night of hair-raising happenings they'll never forget…