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Halloween decor: get ready for the spooky season!

Halloween is just around the corner, so it’s time to get creative and spooky with your home décor. You don’t have to over-complicate it or spend a lot of money on decorations for a fun-filled Halloween celebration. Whether you opt for a more complex Halloween setting, or spread pumpkins and wreaths throughout your home, we’ve prepared a few simple yet impactful décor ideas this October.

1.     Start by decorating the entrance to your house

House entrance decorated for traditional autumn holidays

Give your home’s entrance a new autumnal makeover whilst sticking to a reasonable budget, by adding Halloween themed decorations outside. Create an immediate Halloween feel by adding pumpkins, branches, or planters to keep it from feeling too spooky.

2.     Create a ghost town

Interior of room decorated with spooky ghosts, bats and cobwebs for a Halloween party.

Thinking of how to impress family and friends this Halloween? Design your very own ghost town by adding fake spider webs, spiders and skeletons throughout your home, the options are endless. Create a unique Halloween celebration for all ages!

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3.     Halloween bedroom decoration ideas

Little girl sleeping in a children's bedroom decorated for Halloween with candle-lit pumpkins.

Don’t forget to decorate and switch up the theme of your bedrooms too! Continue the Halloween spirit in your sleeping space by simply adding autumnal colours in bedding or blankets, or going for a total makeover with LED lights and decorations. Lighting can play an important role to help achieve a haunting atmosphere. Installing LED lights not only adds much-needed spookiness for Halloween but can be used throughout the year with changing settings.

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4.     Halloween kitchen decoration

Autumn kitchen interior. Red and yellow flowers sit in a vase, and pumpkins decorate countertops.

Hosting a party this month and unsure how to decorate your kitchen? Start by creating a custom and fun Halloween-inspired table centrepiece. Whether you choose classic Halloween decorations or more of a modern farmhouse style, continuing the theme into your kitchen will be the perfect Halloween party backdrop.

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