18 Halloween decorations that scream Spooky Season

If you’re throwing a Halloween party or just can’t get enough of all the new pumpkins, ghosts, and cauldrons filling your favorite stores, this curated list of Halloween decorations is for you. By the way, decorating your house for Halloween is the best part of summer is coming to an end, in our view.

Whether you want to scare your guests or you want to go for a more cozy chic approach (hello Instagram photos), we’ve got all the Halloween home decor you can think of. From Halloween Porch Decorating Ideaslike stuffed with pumpkin autumn wreaths to neon lights and lanterns to create an eerie atmosphere, you are undoubtedly the best dressed house on the street. They are also from affordable retailers, such as Amazon, Etsy and George at Asda. We strongly believe that a small budget doesn’t have to mean missing out on all the fun.

And if you’re looking for fall decorations that you can put up before October 31 and keep until Christmas, there are also some subtle seasonal pieces we’ve added. Decorate your house with dark colors, cobwebs and all the things that are terrifying before everyone else does! Beware, they will probably sell out quickly…

18 Cheap Yet Chic Halloween Decorations

Louise Oliphant

Louise is our ecommerce writer and a shopping guru when it comes to equipping your home with seasonal decor. She recently moved into a new flat and is just as excited as you are (probably) to buy Halloween decorations, from those fluffy pumpkin pillows everyone is looking for to some spooky string lights to hang in her hallway.

“When looking for seasonal items to add to your home, budget is always a priority. Ideally, no one wants to spend a cauldron full of money on items that won’t last. years will help, as well as more versatile pieces that will look great after Halloween is over”.

When should Halloween decorations be hung?

As with any holiday party, there is no hard and fast rule when it comes to putting up your decorations. That said, the most popular time to hang your garlands and get out your pumpkin-shaped pillows is the first two weeks of October, while others wait until a planned Halloween party to fully equip their space for the spooky season. .

How do I decorate for Halloween on a budget?

We spoke to Hannah Littlewood, Festive, Halloween & Small Events Trading Assistant on ASDA George (opens in new tab)for her advice on decorating, without spending too much money. She says, “Halloween isn’t the time for subtlety, so spend your money on some hero pieces that really stand out (like our spooky twig lights (opens in new tab)) and then fill the atmosphere with homemade scary paper streamers and lots of candy.”

Otherwise there are plenty DIY Halloween Decorating Ideas to try if you’d rather not buy.

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