Halloween Interior Decorations

Halloween is all about weird costumes, haunted houses and spooky decors. But what do you do when you run out of decoration ideas? You start surfing the Internet in hope of finding something really special. To make sure that you will find at least one idea that you love, we created a big gallery with pictures of inspiring interior decors for Halloween. Enjoy!

1. Eerie centerpiece

Several tea-dyed eggs and a few plastic centipedes would make the perfect centerpiece for a creepy Halloween dinner table.Rotten Eggs and Centipede Centerpiece2. Shrunken apple faces

These grotesque heads are made from peeled, carved and then dried apples. As the fruit dries, the “sculpture” gets wrinkled and witch-like.Shrunken Apple Heads3. Glittered pumpkins

Choose your favorite glittering colors and turn some small pumpkins into beautiful ornaments for a magical (not frightening) Halloween.Glittered Pumpkins4. Glowing skulls

Papier-mâché glowing faces are easy to make even at home. If you like decorating your house on your own, you can choose doing so with eerie paper skulls.Glowing Skull5. Halloween trees

Trees are usually decorated only on Christmas, but Halloween too can be a good holiday for tree decorations! You can even use small personalized treat bags as decorations and presents for your guests.Bewitching Halloween Tree Decorations6. Orange, black and white tablecloth

Every single detail in your home must reflect the Halloween spirit, including the tablecloth. Make sure it boasts the classic Halloween colors: orange, black, white or red.Halloween Tablecloth7. Jar-o-lanterns

Your empty jars can be given a new purpose: they can become funny “jar-o-lanterns” in just a matter of minutes. Paint them orange and draw black grimacing faces afterwards.Jar-o'-Lanterns8. A colony of bats

Since they are not real, you can buy (or make) as many of them as you want! This could be your only chance to be surrounded by huge, dark bats and not feel afraid at all!Clothespin Bats9. Specimen-jar candles

Candles are a must for every Halloween, but they should never be plain or romantic. For a gloomy ambiance, you need some really special candles, like spooky specimen-jar ones.Specimen-Jar Candle10. Thematic lampshades

A small detail like a morbid face on a lampshade can have a very powerful effect on your guests…especially if they turn on the light themselves!Ghoulish Lampshades11. Dark shadows

Prop fierce silhouettes above candles to obtain creepy moving shadows on your walls. The idea is simple, but the effect is grand!Shocking Silhouettes12. Jack-o-clock

A haunting face on the clock will constantly remind your guests of all the scary stories about the things that happen after midnight!Jack-o'-Clock13. Handmade pumpkins

If real pumpkins no longer do the trick for you, try making artificial ones yourself. You can choose your favorite materials and finishes and you can make them together with your kids.Homespun Pumpkins14. Horror candles

A little red candle wax dripped over plain white candles will surely give your guests the creeps. The resemblance with blood can be striking.Cobweb Candles15. Dark paper curtains

Since they are made of paper, they can be given any shape. Bats, rats, witches, spiders … they are all good ideas. The paper must necessarily be black.Spooky Paper Curtains16. String spider webs

Anyone can very easily create a large string spider web in a poorly lit corner. Add one or two plastic spiders to the decor and place one of your guest’s chair right in that spot!String Spiderweb17. Pumpkin baskets

Who sais pumpkins can only be used for Jack-o-lanterns? Another imaginative way to use them is to transform them in orange baskets for fall flower arrangements.Pumpkin Baskets18. Cobweb on the mantelpiece

You’ve probably already placed a couple of gothic candlesticks and tall candles on your mantelpiece. Now all you need to do is add a cheesecloth and some spiders too for a complete creepy scene.Cobweb Candles19. Pumpkin lantern

A small pumpkin can be used in many ways on Halloween. But did it ever occur to you it can me a perfect lantern base too?Pumpkin Lantern20. Glow-in-the-dark pumpkins

How about swapping the classic carved pumpkin head with a glow-in-the-dark faux pumpkin? We bet children will love the idea!Glow-in-the-Dark Funkins21. Crepe-paper curtains

You’ll be surprised at how big a difference a crepe-paper curtain can make! Simple and inexpensive, this decor element has a stronger impact if the paper is black.Crepe-Paper Curtains22. Leaves and tendrils

For a more natural effect, you can complete your table or mantelpiece decor with (real or artificial) pumpkin leaves and tendrils.Pumpkin Leaves and Tendrils23. Coffin table

You just have to love this idea! There is nothing spookier than a glass of red wine (resembling blood) on a coffin table. If you also cover the rest of the furniture with white sheets, your guests may not even want to come in!Coffin Table24. Spooky specimens in jars

When dried, cockscomb flowers look like brains. Use between 6 and 8 stems for each “brain” and glue them together carefully. Place them in glass jars to look like real specimens.Scary Specimens25. Cobweb on the flower arrangement

The contrast between delicate flowers and creepy cobwebs is very unsettling. You can make the cobweb yourself from a white panty hose. Cut it and pull it apart to obtain a very realistic result.Forbidding Flowers26. Candy jars

Simple treats suddenly become more tempting when placed in glass jars with cheerful labels. Kids will immediately want to thrust their hands inside for the delicious candy!Candy Jar Treats27. Shadowy centerpiece

Use numerous plastic insects and to decorate an otherwise beautiful autumn centerpiece. When your guests will notice the cockroaches and giant flies on the table, you’ll definitely get a reaction.Creepy Halloween Centerpiece28. Vellum table lanterns

A perfect alternative to classic candleholders are some creepy table lanterns showing dark silhouettes. They will not give enough light to fully illuminate a room, which is exactly what you want on Halloween!Vellum Halloween Table Lanterns29. Silhouette curtains

It won’t be difficult to convince kids that your house is haunted if you hang creepy silhouette curtains at your windows! Don’t forget to leave the lights on for a guaranteed spooky effect.Silhouette Curtains30. Glitter decorations

A simple object like a candleholder can become fun and special in just a couple of minutes. All you need is some glitter, glue and, obviously, a few candleholders!Glittered Hurricanes31. More specimen jars

With a little imagination and the right ingredients, you can obtain the most realistic specimen jars ever! Your guests will be afraid to ask what they really are!Specimen Jars32. Candy wreath

A candy wreath like this will attract all the kids in the neighborhood to your door! So, if you have several tons of candy to give away, you can feel free to hang one such wreath on your door this Halloween.Candy Wreath33. Talking pumpkin head

If you feel a simple Jack-o-lantern is no longer scary enough, you can add some extra spookiness by introducing a baby monitor in the carved pumpkin. You can then make it talk every time a guests approaches it.Talking Pumpkin34. Pumpkin candy bowl

Your favorite candy bowl got broken last time you used it? No problem! You can carve a new, personalized bowl from a large pumpkin!Lantern-o'-Treats35. Mini pumpkin centerpiece

You bought too many small pumpkins? Well, you can use the ones that are not currently working as lamp bases, to make beautiful centerpieces for a memorable Halloween dinner.Mini Pumpkin Centerpiece36. Pumpkin vase

We’ve already seen pumpkin lamps and pumpkin bowls, so why not a pumpkin vase too? You can choose a pumpkin of any size for this.Pumpkin Vase37. Pumpkin votives

Yes, there is one more way you can use small pumpkins! When the night falls, pumpkin votives will prove very useful, especially if placed on the stairway!Pumpkin Votives38. Paper rats

Having your house invaded by rats is a real nightmare, but when the rats are made of paper, the “invasion” becomes fun and exciting! Though your guests might not enjoy it as much.Paper Mice

 

 

Halloween is all about weird costumes, haunted houses and spooky decors. But what do you do when you run out of decoration ideas? You start surfing the Internet in hope of finding something really special. To make sure that you will find at least one idea that you love, we created a big gallery with pictures of inspiring interior decors for Halloween. Enjoy!

1.       Eerie centerpiece

Several tea-dyed eggs and a few plastic centipedes would make the perfect centerpiece for a creepy Halloween dinner table.

2.       Shrunken apple faces

These grotesque heads are made from peeled, carved and then dried apples. As the fruit dries, the “sculpture” gets wrinkled and witch-like.

3.       Glittered pumpkins

Choose your favorite glittering colors and turn some small pumpkins into beautiful ornaments for a magical (not frightening) Halloween.

4.       Glowing skulls

Papier-mâché glowing faces are easy to make even at home. If you like decorating your house on your own, you can choose doing so with eerie paper skulls.

5.       Halloween trees

Trees are usually decorated only on Christmas, but Halloween too can be a good holiday for tree decorations! You can even use small personalized treat bags as decorations and presents for your guests.

6.       Orange, black and white tablecloth

Every single detail in your home must reflect the Halloween spirit, including the tablecloth. Make sure it boasts the classic Halloween colors: orange, black, white or red.

7.       Jar-o-lanterns

Your empty jars can be given a new purpose: they can become funny “jar-o-lanterns” in just a matter of minutes. Paint them orange and draw black grimacing faces afterwards.

8.       A colony of bats

Since they are not real, you can buy (or make) as many of them as you want! This could be your only chance to be surrounded by huge, dark bats and not feel afraid at all!

9.       Specimen-jar candles

Candles are a must for every Halloween, but they should never be plain or romantic. For a gloomy ambiance, you need some really special candles, like spooky specimen-jar ones.

10.   Thematic lampshades

A small detail like a morbid face on a lampshade can have a very powerful effect on your guests…especially if they turn on the light themselves!

11.   Dark shadows

Prop fierce silhouettes above candles to obtain creepy moving shadows on your walls. The idea is simple, but the effect is grand!

12.   Jack-o-clock

A haunting face on the clock will constantly remind your guests of all the scary stories about the things that happen after midnight!

13.   Handmade pumpkins

If real pumpkins no longer do the trick for you, try making artificial ones yourself. You can choose your favorite materials and finishes and you can make them together with your kids.

14.   Horror candles

A little red candle wax dripped over  plain white candles will surely give your guests the creeps. The resemblance with blood can be striking.

15.   Dark paper curtains

Since they are made of paper, they can be given any shape. Bats, rats, witches, spiders … they are all good ideas. The paper must necessarily be black.

16.   String spider webs

Anyone can very easily create a large string spider web in a poorly lit corner. Add one or two plastic spiders to the decor and place one of your guest’s chair right in that spot!

17.   Pumpkin baskets

Who sais pumpkins can only be used for Jack-o-lanterns? Another imaginative way to use them is to transform them in orange baskets for fall flower arrangements.

18.   Cobweb on the mantelpiece

You’ve probably already placed a couple of gothic candlesticks and tall candles on your mantelpiece. Now all you need to do is add a cheesecloth and some spiders too for a complete creepy scene.

19.   Pumpkin lantern

A small pumpkin can be used in many ways on Halloween. But did it ever occur to you it can me a perfect lantern base too?

20.   Glow-in-the-dark pumpkins

How about swapping the classic carved pumpkin head with a glow-in-the-dark faux pumpkin? We bet children will love the idea!

21.   Crepe-paper curtains

You’ll be surprised at how big a difference a crepe-paper curtain can make! Simple and inexpensive, this decor element has a stronger impact if the paper is black.

22.   Leaves and tendrils

For a more natural effect, you can complete your table or mantelpiece decor with (real or artificial) pumpkin leaves and tendrils.

23.   Coffin table

You just have to love this idea! There is nothing spookier than a glass of red wine (resembling blood) on a coffin table. If you also cover the rest of the furniture with white sheets, your guests may not even want to come in!

24.   Spooky specimens in jars

When dried, cockscomb flowers look like brains. Use between 6 and 8 stems for each “brain” and glue them together carefully. Place them in glass jars to look like real specimens.

25.   Cobweb on the flower arrangement

The contrast between delicate flowers and creepy cobwebs is very unsettling. You can make the cobweb yourself from a white panty hose. Cut it and pull it apart to obtain a very realistic result.

26.   Candy jars

Simple treats suddenly become more tempting when placed in glass jars with cheerful labels. Kids will immediately want to thrust their hands inside for the delicious candy!

27.   Shadowy centerpiece

Use numerous plastic insects and to decorate an otherwise beautiful autumn centerpiece. When your guests will notice the cockroaches and giant flies on the table, you’ll definitely get a reaction.

28.   Vellum table lanterns

A perfect alternative to classic candleholders are some creepy table lanterns showing dark silhouettes. They will not give enough light to fully illuminate a room, which is exactly what you want on Halloween!

29.   Silhouette curtains

It won’t be difficult to convince kids that your house is haunted if you hang creepy silhouette curtains at your windows! Don’t forget to leave the lights on for a guaranteed spooky effect.

30.   Glitter decorations

A simple object like a candleholder can become fun and special in just a couple of minutes. All you need is some glitter, glue and, obviously, a few candleholders!

31.   More specimen jars

 With a little imagination and the right ingredients, you can obtain the most realistic specimen jars ever! Your guests will be afraid to ask what they really are!

32.   Candy wreath

A candy wreath like this will attract all the kids in the neighborhood to your door! So, if you have several tons of candy to give away, you can feel free to hang one such wreath on your door this Halloween.

33.   Talking pumpkin head

If you feel a simple Jack-o-lantern is no longer scary enough, you can add some extra spookiness by introducing a baby monitor in the carved pumpkin. You can then make it talk every time a guests approaches it.

34.   Pumpkin candy bowl

Your favorite candy bowl got broken last time you used it? No problem! You can carve a new, personalized bowl from a large pumpkin!

35.   Mini pumpkin centerpiece

You bought too many small pumpkins? Well, you can use the ones that are not currently working as lamp bases, to make beautiful centerpieces for a memorable Halloween dinner.

36.   Pumpkin vase

We’ve already seen pumpkin lamps and pumpkin bowls, so why not a pumpkin vase too? You can choose a pumpkin of any size for this.

37.   Pumpkin votives

Yes, there is one more way you can use small pumpkins! When the night falls, pumpkin votives will prove very useful, especially if placed on the stairway!

38.   Paper rats

Having your house invaded by rats is a real nightmare, but when the rats are made of paper, the “invasion” becomes fun and exciting! Though your guests might not enjoy it as much.

By : 29 Oct 2011
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