30 Halloween Home Decor DIYs
It's that time of year again! Time to get your house decked out with all things spooky and scary. Here are 30 home decor DIYs to get the inside of your home into the holiday spirit.
This realistic zombie head from Consumer Crafts will make it seem like your house is haunted.
Pumpkins aren't just for carving. This one from Crafts by Courtney makes a stylish planter that you can keep throughout the season.
These place mats from Delia Creates are perfect for a Halloween dinner party or just to use throughout the season for yourself.
These lanterns from Lia Griffith will help set a sinister mood in your house.
These vases from Infarrantly Creative might be saying "Boo", but they are a little too adorable to be scary, the perfect decoration for your mantle.
Say "Boo" with style with these hexagon shaped letters from My Sister's Suitcase.
These pillows from Eighteen 25 will make your living room feel Halloween-ready throughout the season.
This bat chandelier from Dream a Little Bigger is easy to make but has a huge impact.
These macrame pumpkin holders from Adventures in Making are a new and unique way to display pumpkins in your home.
These pumpkin dioramas from Lia Griffith make for a spooky centerpiece everyone is sure to admire.
Pumpkins don't grow on trees, but that doesn't mean you can't have a pumpkin tree in your house. Just make this one from Blitsy!
These creepy candlesticks from Honestly Yum are the perfect thing to make if you want your house to feel like a haunted mansion.
Who needs regular mirrors when you can have Halloween themed ones like this one from Kristen Duke Photography?
Black cats are a common symbol of Halloween, but they are also adorable. Bring the cuteness into your house with this pom pom black cat from Running with a Glue Gun Studio.
These night lights from One Artsy Mama will look great lighting up any kids room or as decoration for the living room.
This garland from Flax and Twine is made with finger knitting and an easy ghost making process. Simple yet totally stylish for Halloween.
Light up the night with these fun Halloween marquee letters from Eighteen 25.
Guests should feel in the Halloween spirit from the moment they enter your house. Make this doormat from The Paper Mama to welcome them in.
These realistic candles from Make Life Lovely are made using toilet paper rolls and tea lights. All the effects of candles with none of the fire risk.
This canvas art from I Heart Naptime is cute and easy to make. All you need is a variety of orange buttons.
These paper lanterns from Pizzazzerie are the perfect representation of Halloween's most popular symbol.
This centerpiece from Crazy Little Projects adds the perfect layer of spookiness to your dining room table all season long.
The garland from the Mod Podge Rocks Blog is a a must have for every witch's lair this Halloween.
Impress your friends with this elaborate Halloween string art canvas from The Crafted Sparrow
Bring the Halloween spirit into your furniture with this spider stool from Pretty Handy Girl.
Who says string lights are just for Christmas? These ghost lights from Unoriginal Mom are made using ping pong balls and cheesecloth.
A foam skull makes the perfect base for this flower arrangement from Craftberry Bush which will remind you of both life and death.
These paper houses from Lia Griffith come together to form a Halloween decorating theme that you can continue throughout the house.
Say "Boo" with these cute fringe letters from Eighteen 25 for a ghostly Halloween theme.
This pillow from Infarrantly Creative is simple and to the point, but it feels just right for Halloween.