HALLOWEEN HOME DECOR + FREE PRINTABLE

Decorating for Halloween is an olympic sport for some people. Starting in September they hang spider webs, create a graveyard on the front lawn and erect a zombie at the doorbell — and that’s just outside. My approach to Halloween decor is far more subtle. I take the opportunity to focus on fun and colorful decor with just a hint of spook thrown in for good measure. Today, I’m offering a virtual tour of my Halloween decor. Come on in and take a peek?

I take a classy and understated approach in my Halloween decor. These ideas will inspire you with cute ways to celebrate without going over the top.

I opted to maintain a festive color scheme throughout my decor. By adding purple and green to the traditional orange and black, I lightened things up a bit and gave my Halloween decor a more playful tone.

I take a classy and understated approach in my Halloween decor. These ideas will inspire you with cute ways to celebrate without going over the top.

On the mantle, I used colorful apothecary jars, colorful and glittery accents, and some coordinating candles on black candlesticks.

I take a classy and understated approach in my Halloween decor. These ideas will inspire you with cute ways to celebrate without going over the top.

For this vignette I even added a few macrabe accents in the way of skulls and a skeleton. The kids love that part.

I take a classy and understated approach in my Halloween decor. These ideas will inspire you with cute ways to celebrate without going over the top.

I also decorated a black Halloween tree with coordinating bulbs and gathered a few fun jack-in-the-boxes at the base of the tree. The vignette is anchored within a decorative tray atop the coffee table.

I take a classy and understated approach in my Halloween decor. These ideas will inspire you with cute ways to celebrate without going over the top.

In the next room, I adorned my floating shelves with a variety of traditional orange and black Halloween decor. All of the Halloween decor pictured below was purchased from Target and Michaels. The “Boo” letters are sold unfinished, I spray painted mine black but you could also do silver for a brighter look. Adding a coat of spray glitter would be a fun touch as well.

I take a classy and understated approach in my Halloween decor. These ideas will inspire you with cute ways to celebrate without going over the top.

I also threw in some splashes of white and silver for variation.

I take a classy and understated approach in my Halloween decor. These ideas will inspire you with cute ways to celebrate without going over the top.

I’m also sharing the free printable Halloween subway art that I made.

I hope you’ve enjoyed your tour of my Halloween decor. Happy haunting, friends!


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I take a classy and understated approach in my Halloween decor. These ideas will inspire you with cute ways to celebrate without going over the top.

One Reply to “HALLOWEEN HOME DECOR + FREE PRINTABLE”

  1. So cute! I was just talking to Annabelle about how we need to redo our mantel decor. I’m so behind this year.

    May I ask where you bought the skull? I like it all, but I especially like that – and the price!

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