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Indoor Halloween Decor Ideas to Get You In The Halloween Spirit

Indoor Halloween Decor Ideas to Get You In The Halloween Spirit

Halloween is a ton of fun for the kids, but it doesn’t have to stop there! Halloween doesn’t have an age limit, especially when you’re a design enthusiast. These indoor Halloween decor ideas are sure to get you into the Halloween spirit. 

Are you in search of decor ideas for your home or upcoming Halloween celebration? Traditional orange-and-black decorations are always festive but opting for a more elevated look is just as appealing. Whether it’s a coffee table with a pumpkin centerpiece, a spooky vignette around the fireplace or a spread on the dining table, we’ve got you! 

8 Indoor Halloween Decor Ideas & Inspiration 

One thing that makes indoor decorating for Halloween so fun is the fact that the possibilities are endless. The colors, patterns, and themes to choose are limitless.  Decorating for Halloween can be fun and gets you excited for the season but thinking of new Halloween decoration ideas every year can be difficult. 

Hosting a Halloween party? Tie everything together with a theme or color from centerpieces to serving dishes. You can also choose from a variety of themed Halloween party invitations to match your indoor decorations. 

When it comes to decorating your home with Halloween-friendly items, there are a variety of ways you can create a unique space. Here are a few helpful Halloween decorating tips and tricks to help get your creativity flowing and to make your space picture worthy.  

Halloween decorations on white fireplace with orange pumpkins

1. undecorate before you decorate

Take your normal picture frames off the walls and decorations off all the surfaces including tables, counters, and shelves.   

When you add Halloween decorations on top of your normal décor, the result looks cluttered and confused.  

Put all the focus on your Halloween decorations by making them the center of attention. Fill empty spots that other picture frames left by hanging Halloween plates or spooky decorations.  

Pumpkin fireplace

2. Consider a Theme

When choosing Halloween decorations, tie your items together with a common theme.

From ghosts to mummies to witches or simply decorating with pumpkins, a cohesive theme can make your decoration shopping easier.  

Halloween party with pumpkin decorations

3. Decorate with Halloween Pumpkins

We all love the classic Jack-O-Lanterns, but pumpkins can be used in many different ways for Halloween decor.  For a more chic look, try painting pumpkins, or using glue with glitter or buttons.  

Pumpkins can be used outside as a welcome sign after being painted, or inside as table or mantelpiece Halloween decor.  

Try painting a pumpkin with chalkboard paint and keeping a countdown to Halloween!  

Black and Silver Halloween Decorations

4. Focus on one color scheme

A classic orange and black color scheme for your decorations always looks great. 

You could also try a creepy black and green color scheme or go sophisticated with black and silver.  

Try not to mix more than three of these bold colors. This will keep your house looking put together and sophisticated.  

Halloween Ghost DIY Decorations

5. Incorporate Easy crafts

Choose a few craft projects to complete your decoration list so the little ones can get involved as well. Decorating for any holiday is always a fun experience and getting your kids on board makes it even better.  

Halloween festive fireplace mantle

6. Use Candles

Candles are a great way to set the mood for Halloween.   

Mix and match different sizes and heights of candles and tealights on a mantle or as the centerpiece on a table. Dim the lights and the candle glow will give all the rest of your decorations a scary flickering shadow! 

Interior of room decorated for Halloween party

7. Scare Factor

From fake spiders to skeletons, Halloween decorations are all about the scare. If you want to create a dramatic set-up, don’t forget to include a staple Halloween item that’s scary to make your decorations stand out. 

Black and white painted pumpkins

8. Elegant Factor

Indoor Halloween decor does not have to be spooky or scary at all. You can go with a more elegant factor.

Consider a monochromatic look with all-white Halloween pumpkins and another accent color to tie everything in like gold or rose gold.   

Use these indoor decor ideas to spark your creativity and expand on your favorite Halloween decorations. Happy Halloween! 

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About The Author

Wanda Lopez

Wanda Lopez a blogger at heart and shares her insight on all things food, recipes, home décor, travel and more at https://www.mysweetzepol.com. She’s a passionate content editor and contributor for household brands such as Kraft, Publix, Ford, Best Buy and more, educator and photographer. In love with design, food and the outdoors. Balancing work, motherhood and all things in between. 

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