Unique Halloween Decorations – Indoor and Outdoor

If you take a walk around your neighborhood, there is a significant probability that you will see decors that are very similar to one another. Halloween decorations such as jack-o-lanterns, orange lights, trash bag pumpkins, and witches who have “crashed” into garage doors and nearby trees are extremely popular. If you’re looking for something different to do this year, keep reading for some creative suggestions.

Halloween Junkie - Halloween Mask


Put a strange mask on your front door and call it a day. You may also hang them in your windows to give the impression that someone creepy is peering in.

Halloween Junkie - Halloween Vase


Decorating your home with glass vases may be a fun and unique way to express your personality. Use different items in fall and Halloween colors to fill them, such as colored leaves or marbles in black and orange. Halloween candies or plastic bugs can also be used as fillers. After that, you can reuse the vases by changing the contents for special occasions such as Thanksgiving, Christmas, and other celebrations. Fillers are often available at your local craft or dollar store in a variety of sizes and shapes.

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Phony spider webs can be used to create a scary atmosphere in your front yard, but they can also be used indoors, where they have the added benefit of lasting longer. Place them in doors and nooks throughout your home to add character. You might even think about bringing in some unusual locals to complete the look.

Halloween Junkie - Halloween Mural


Consider creating your own Halloween mural for your home. This can also serve as a cute souvenir to pass on to your children as they get older, to help them remember their own early Halloweens.

Halloween Junkie - Halloween Accent


In the event that you don’t want to go all out with your Halloween decorations, a few subtle accents might help you get into the Halloween spirit without turning your house into a haunted house. For example, you may hang black and orange drapes or get out some Halloween-themed toss cushions to decorate your home. Invest in a Halloween welcome mat, or repurpose your smaller potted plants into plastic trick-or-treating containers for the holiday season. You can also look for Halloween trinkets and window clings that are permanently attached to the window.

If you are weary with the traditional Halloween decorations, a little imagination might assist you in creating your own Halloween display screen for your home. Simply look for things that you like that are related to the Halloween theme and use them to create your own creations.

Halloween Junkie - Halloween Decorations

Filling them with a variety of materials in fall and Halloween colors, such as colored leaves, black and orange marbles, Halloween sweets, or even plastic bugs, might be a fun and festive idea. In the event that you do not wish to go overboard with your Halloween decorations, a couple of tasteful accents might help to create a Halloween atmosphere without turning your home into a haunted attraction. Installing orange and black curtains or bringing out some Halloween-themed toss cushions are both good options. Invest in a Halloween welcome mat, or repurpose your smaller potted plants into plastic trick-or-treating containers for the holiday season. You can even seek for Halloween trinkets and static window clings while you’re out shopping.

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