Even if you've outgrown trick-or-treating (or the neighbors have just stopped giving you candy),
you can still scare up some fun with a grown-up party or easy Halloween decorations.
Or both. (We recommend both.)
Dawn of the Decorations
Front doors & entryways
Nothing says "hello my pretties" like a few Halloween decorations around the doorway. Our favorites: Lighted trees and pumpkins that stay bright all night without a candle. Add your own hay bales and one or two natural pumpkins—just to keep it real—and parts of your display can stay up even after Halloween.
Inside, add LED candles on a pedestal table
or a console table covered with Halloween ornaments, and you've set the tone. A gorgeously horrifying tone.
The Living Room
It's time to show a little leg. Fun, unexpected and requiring about zero effort, furniture leg covers are one of our top Halloween picks. Add in some black Halloween garland for the mantel, throw in a panel of gauze fabric from a craft store, and it's an instant haunted house. See even more possibilities on our page of seasonal decorations.
Halloween aprons, a few display pumpkins, mugs, witchy kitchen towels—decorating your kitchen or dining table is frighteningly simple. Especially when you can find tabletop looks so easily.
With Halloween table runners, placemats and even salt-and-pepper sets, you can get creative setting a Halloween table. Felt cut-out placemats seem just right for a kids' table. For grown-ups? Start with dramatic black serving pieces or plates, and go from there. See how we pulled together two different Halloween tables here.
Still bewildered? Don't have a ghost of an idea what to do or where to start? We have a way of solving that.
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