20 Creepy Halloween Decoration Ideas to Try in your home
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20 Creepy Halloween Decoration Ideas to Try in your home 2021! Halloween is right around the corner and today we are taking a look at classy and creepy halloween decorations! My Halloween style is more of the classic jack-o-lantern and sheet ghost variety, and I’m okay with that. Although, Jim did come home with a 12′ skeleton and 15 mini skeletons for our front yard and I must say, they look really cool! I’ll share those pictures this weekend here on the blog.
Here’s some inspiration for anyone else out there who’s trying to keep it classy this Halloween.
Creepy Halloween Decoration Ideas
Try This: Classic + Creepy Halloween
My Halloween Mantel + Home Tour
Magic Message Chalkboard at Better Homes & Gardens
Our Halloween table ideas & dining room (click here to see full dining room)
Halloween Decoration Ideas DIY
Bat Mobile (Hahaha!) at Martha Stewart
Scary Bird Entryway at Better Homes & Gardens
My Halloween Place Setting Ideas – 3 ways! (click here to see all 3)
Front Door Owls at Martha Stewart
My halloween cocktails and entertaining ideas + video
Framed Spider at Better Homes & Gardens
Caged Pumpkins at HGTV
My Halloween snack station ideas
Vintage Black Cat Decor at Martha Stewart
Halloween Mantel Shelf Ideas
This was one of my first blog posts when I started blogging in 2013. It’s a little rough but I remember like it was yesterday giggling while using my great grandfather’s picture to make this halloween vignette look creepy!
Thumbtack Pumpkin at Country Living
Tiny Ghost Town Birdhouses at HGTV
Halloween Ladder at Better Homes & Gardens
Our Halloween Mantel 2021 + living room
Plated Bug Wall at Better Homes & Gardens
Just because Halloween can be full of gore and freaky decor, you can always keep it classy and simple if that’s not your thing. I personally love small hints of creepy halloween decor but that’s just me.
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