I love decorating for Halloween. For this 10 series post I’ve found 10 amazing bloggers who know how to decorate their homes for Halloween in a chic and beautiful, yet fun and spooky way. Enjoy these 10 Halloween decor ideas.
These black skull head candle holder will give your guests a nice spook. They add a nice drama to any kitchen table or side table. Jenn, blogger of Endlessly Inspired sure inspired me. Let her inspire you to create your own spooky candle holders.
The pumpkin topiary will help take your front doorway from harvest autumn to all Hollow’s Eve. The cute “Trick or Treat” will make any one feel welcome. Kim, blogger of The Kim Six Fix will show you how to make this fun and welcoming Halloween décor piece.
I nearly fell off my seat when I came across this incest taxidermy décor. Brynne, blogger of The Gathered Home did an incredible job with this décor project. Not only does she provide you with a great step by step tutorial on how to recreate this decore, she also gives you the direct links to where to find everything you need to make it.
This saw this fun collection of pumpkins and thought they looked so unified and artful. Amy, blogger of Homey Oh My made these look chic and elegant. I think these pumpkins would work for anything from a tablescape for a dinner party to a delightful welcome on an entrance table.
As you know I like me some book covers! I never would have thought about book covers for Halloween though, but Christine & Jan bloggers of Little House on the Corner did. These are free printable book covers! Get them now and make you book shelf all kinds of spooky.
6. Skull Wreath
This skull wreath definitely leaves me feeling like Halloween is here. This spooky yet chic wreath was made by Vanessa, blogger of Tried and True. Give your first door a bit of spooky appeal that will leave your visitors feeling weary and welcome at the same time.
I am still in awe of this little DIY project. I think this moon pumpkin is so elegant and tasteful. It invokes the spirit of Halloween in such an elegant way. I think Caitlin and Manda, bloggers of The Merry Thought his it right on the head with this beautiful Halloween pumpkin.
8. Bat cage
Birds not your thing? Try some bats! Jodie and Jen, bloggers of Eighteen 25 created a big statement with this beautiful bat cage. The thing I like about this Halloween DYI project is that it is such a centerpiece. I think I would have to name all the bats though.
When I first saw these spooky crystal ball Halloween candlesticks, I couldn’t figure out how to make them. I think these are spectacular. Bev, blogger of Flamingo Toes truly out did herself. She has a great and tutorial on her blog. And she’s funny, which I totally appreciate.
This fun spider board is a great addition to you Halloween décor. I like this project because it’s simple and sweet. This board could be used all throughout your house which is always a plus. Candice, blogger of She’s Crafty Crafty used it on the front porch which is a great idea.