Simple Halloween Decor Ideas
Your house doesn’t have to be a haunted mansion for Halloween — but it’s fun to show Halloween spirit when kids come trick-or-treating. Here are some simple Halloween decor ideas to use without having to go all out.
Yard Even if you don’t have a knack for Halloween decorating, you want your home to be welcoming to trick-or-treaters. Light the walkway to your porch — luminarias are beautiful yet spooky, but if you want the decor without the fire hazard, solar garden stakes work well, too. They don’t have to be Halloween themed — if you use simple lights, you can keep them up through the holidays to give your outdoor decor Christmas cheer.
If putting up headless horsemen or elaborate mummies is intimidating for you, or you don’t want to put in that much effort, consider putting in Halloween-themed yard stakes — they’re all of the Halloween fun and none-of the work.
Porch Pumpkins are the quintessential symbol of fall and Halloween, but you don’t have to go through the ritual of carving a pumpkin every Halloween to have a pumpkin on your porch for display. A seasonal display of ceramic pumpkin planters with your favorite fall plants and flowers dresses up your porch without all the seeds and goo that go along with jack-o-lanterns. Ghost bunting or even a Halloween flag or banner draped across the posts of your porch also add a simple and festive Halloween accent.
Door On Halloween night, you’re going to be opening and closing the front door more than any other time of the year. You want it to be approachable for trick-or-treaters, but putting together a scary display is a lot of work for people who aren’t crafty. But you don’t have to be crafty for your door to look nice and festive. A fall wreath or a festive door greeter sends the message your house has Halloween spirit. If you don’t want to put anything directly on your door, holiday porch light covers illuminate your door to give it a festive touch.
Indoor Inside, give your home Halloween accents without transforming the decor by putting out few candles to give it a slightly haunting glow. If you light enough of them, it will look slightly spooky from the outside as well as the inside. If having open flames is a concern, you can get the same effect from LED candles. If candles don’t have quite enough Halloween flair for you, kick it up a notch — Halloween-themed table settings dress up the dining room while lighted Halloween canvas art bedazzles the wall.
It’s easy to make your house Halloween-ready with a few additions here and there without making the decor overwhelming. If you’re planning something more elaborate for a party we have more ideas to create a Halloween experience with food and decor. Whichever route you choose to fill your house with Halloween spirit, LTD Commodities has ideas and products to pull anything off.