If you’re planning on hosting a Halloween party this year, then you’re going to want to get inspired by these four stylish and creative Halloween decor trends ideas to make your home look spooky and stylish. Whether you’re hosting the whole family, or just keeping it simple, follow our guide to get bewitched room decor inspiration this October with Decor Aid’s scary Halloween interior decorating ideas. These trends are so scary, you’ll want to keep these stylish pieces up all year round and opt to have your old decorations put up in the creepy attic.
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Around this time of year, when all the leaves have changed colors, the cravings for all things pumpkin seems to get the best of most of us. This Halloween you may want to put a few pumpkins aside for your upcoming party. Placing orange pumpkins around your home as accent pieces will help bring the season to any room. A trending home design idea amongst people who don’t want clashing color combinations is painted pumpkins. An affordable interior decorating idea is painting your pumpkins an off-white color. In this shade your pumpkins will seamlessly blend with most of your existing pieces and room color. If you’re looking for a more luxurious room design, our senior designers advise you to paint pumpkins in shiny metallics or golden brasses. These textured paints will create a subtly chic autumn look. No matter if you paint them, carve them or eat them, be sure to include a few pumpkins at your Halloween party this year.
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With Halloween around the corner, many might assume it’s the time of year to put away those gorgeous plants but not so fast. As innocent as greenery is, adding a touch of lush plant life here and there can really set the mood for your next Halloween get together. Think sprawling vines and ominous ivys to inspire your seasonal interior decor. A venus flytrap or overflowing fern can be a great centerpiece to any dessert table and for those who may not wanting the long-term commitment, there’s always the option of using artificial plants. A huge trending decor theme this Halloween is specimen meets science and who isn’t scared of a nature experiment going wrong? Whether looking to go for a more affordable design or an over the top, luxury theme, be sure to keep out a few plants to round out your homes halloween look.
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Don’t be afraid of the dark and decorate with black table cloths, matte black plates and even black candles, then balance out with gray or silver napkins and flatware. Another Halloween home decor trend that’s gaining a lot of popularity is goth themed decor. Incorporate skulls as accent pieces, centerpieces or even use smaller skulls as place holders. An affordable decorating tip is to paint over plastic skulls, using darker matte shades to do so. This will make these decorations less cliche and your guest will be surprised you went with such an unconventional look. Black and red roses not only add to the goth theme but add a hauntingly glamorous look to your decor. Even when going for a more elegant look our Decor Aid designers recommend including a few stacks of old books and swapping out your traditional candle holders for apothecary bottles. If you really want to run to the hills with this theme, placing a few decorative ravens around might just do the trick. Be equipped with your favorite Poe quote to fight off any naysayers.
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No matter the season the presence of spider webs can creep anyone out, so it only makes sense to decorate with webs during Halloween. This Halloween decor trend is great because no matter how much you do or don’t use, the Halloween spirit will be captured. Ideal places for spiders webs are mantle tops, stair rails, and doorways but don’t limit yourself. This is one Halloween interior decor idea that you can go crazy with. If you want to achieve a classic look for your party this year try going with a black and white theme, utilizing webs and spiders throughout to emphasize this highly desired color scheme. This inspiring trend is great for those who want their party to be less about the spooks and more about the treats. Subtle use of webs and even spiders against the black and white backdrop can help your guest feel sophisticated and glamorous at your home.
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