Whether you’re an über-fan of October 31st or just someone who enjoys getting into the holiday spirit, we’ve got 10 ways to haunt up your home for Halloween. Who knew skulls, shrunken heads and spiders could be so stylishly spooky?
Create a Hanging Branch Centerpiece
Add some drama to your dining room with bats hanging from a branch. Your guests will freak out over this. In a good way, of course.
Why not showcase a dismembered hand holding a bouquet of flowers covered with spiders? Has it’s own unique charm, no?
The hidden magnets may be the mysterious magic behind this bottle opener, but it’s the skull that’ll draw guests in, now or any time of the year.
The fact that these shrunken heads are made from dried apples amps up the awe factor. Kids especially will get a kick out of this project.
Take our word for it: This head-on-a-platter will make guests think twice about stealing too many treats.
Mix things up with a variety of Halloween-themed switch plates. These may not be scary, but they sure are charming.
Dress up a basic tea towel with Halloween-inspired appliqué. Because the kitchen likes to dress up too you know.
Let your neighbors and trick-or-treaters know that you’ve got your eye on them with this whimsical wreath. And something to please (or gross out?) the little ones: The bloodshot eyes are created with glow-in-the-dark paint.
Even Spidey would be proud to place this on his front doorstep. And just like the eyeball wreath, this mat is designed with glow-in-the-dark effects.
Afraid of the dark? Light up the room, but keep a little bit of the fear factor, with a lampshade made with a ghost or goblin’s face. It’s a simple way to make a creative project just slightly creepy.