Halloween is by far my favorite holiday of them all. I love all the dressing up and the spooky decor, and of course the excuse to eat candy. With the big changes we did to the exterior of our home this year I have been counting down the days to Halloween so I can decorate. I am so excited to share my Halloween home decor with you with hopes it can inspire your Halloween farmhouse style this year.
Exterior Halloween Decor
I really wanted to keep it simple and on budget. I ordered a few spiders and my husband helped me attach them to the house. We tried a few techniques but found that these hooks worked best because they are meant for exteriors. If you want full directions on exactly what I did to not only attach these spiders, but get them to actually stay up, head to this post!
Festive Halloween Front Porch
The front porch should always be one of the most esthetically pleasing areas of the home. It’s often the place you see from the street and the first place your company sees when they arrive. Typically, we stack many different pumpkins, both fake and real either along the stairs or near the front door. We also like to add some mums, a cute layered doormat (that I actually made myself) and some other spooky decor to complete the look.
This simple Halloween home decor is perfect for my white farmhouse exterior
Halloween Witch Themed Foyer
I’ve had these hooks in my foyer for quite some time and I thought how much fun would it be to make it a little broom drop area. As you walk in you will find the witch brook parking. This was super simple to make, as I used the hooks and picked up this adorable sign that’s my new favorite.
For the hats, I used a fishing line and a needle and strung the line through the tops of the hats. You will need to tie the line to something on the inside of the hat. I used a little an eraser but anything would work. I found if I didn’t do this and just created a not the line would slip right through. I then taped them to my ceiling at various heights. Some of the brooms were purchased and some my daughters and I made by tieing sticks together with twine.
Spooky Library Entry Way
For my entry table I used a black cloth and some old bottles I had around the house for a witches potion area. We added a black light and a skeleton hand to my old typewriter to give an extra special touch. The faux potion books were a fun find too!
Haunted Halloween Bat Stairway
Here’s a super easy way to decorate your stairwell with some great wall stickup bats. They have all different sizes to choose from and are very easy to adhere to the wall. The best part is that you can remove them and use them again next year, arranging them however you would like.
Skeleton Themed Family Room
Simple and spooky, we really tried to keep it minimal in here. We used a few skeleton themed items we owned and dressed up some of the items we already had in place. Adding in lots of textures and subtle decor was key for us here.
The Bleeding Candles is one of my favorite pieces here. You can purchase these online or from of any Halloween store or you can make your own DIY Bleeding Candles like I did here…
This little black skeleton is from the target dollar spot a few years ago. I just taped him up there to transform my wreath into something a bit more spooky. We still have him and move him around often to liven up the skeleton room.
Spider Themed Dining Room
We brought the spiders into the dining room as well. The decals and table runner gave my Halloween home decor a big impact on a very little budget. Moving these guys around the house changes it up a bit, but the dining room has to be one of my favorite designs. You can also add some whips of spider webs to the mantle or shelves to round the look out.
Halloween Booz and Brews Kitchen Decor
I kept it simple in the kitchen as well. I’ve created these Halloween Wine tags to give to friends before Halloween. We keep this little basket and sign to hold all of my fun Halloween items and interchange things own it each year. Pretty easy!
Halloween Book Nooks
Here are some of our book nooks from over the years. We love Halloween books and creating our nooks to display all of the special books we collect each Halloween. Throwing on some Halloween garlands is a great way to spice it up a little.
You can read all about the ones we love and why in our Halloween Book Post!
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