As we have already incorporated Halloween to our list of festivals, culminating in all cultures and traditions, let's make it magical in every way possible. The restaurants have started serving Halloween-themed cocktails, we are binging on Halloween treats and have also begun attending the theme-parties stylishly. The fall's festive vibe is definitely hitting us all. So if you are hosting one of the costume parties, this season, might as well work on the themes correct. We have curated a list of easy and affordable home decor ideas for Halloween which will give you the right spooky vibe without burning a hole in the pockets.
5 Easy And Budget-Friendly Halloween Home Decor Ideas
1. Glass Bottles And Jars
An easy and pocket friendly way to decor the home is to use the glass jars and bottle to make some DIY home decorations this Halloween. The glass jars and glasses can be filled with fake magic potions in eerie colours or spooky eyeballs. Or you may even use them to serve cocktails at your party.
2. Edible DIY Decoration
Candies, cookies, cupcakes, desserts, any lip-smacking delicacy can be used as a home decor at the food stall. Scary snacks and pies can also decorate the dining tables. You can add candlestick holders with burning candles to give the food corner a vintage look.
3. Door Murals
An easy way to decorate the entrance door is to paint a gorgeous mural on it. It will be a cost-effective and fun way to draw graves, skeletons on any of your favourite Halloween patterns on the door for your neighbours to admire. The party vibe will immediately start as your guests enter through the hand painted door mural.
4. Halloween Figurines
You can always buy cartoon or Halloween themed figurines to decorate your homes. It is a good idea to make a collection of all your favourite movie characters or comic figurines. Whether you pick skeletons, witches, Dracula or plain cartoon characters, the figurines can last for years and are great DIY Halloween decorations to add to your list.
5. Light Up
Halloween or Christmas fairy lights and bulbs are never a bad idea. You can even keep Halloween themed parties pretty and decorative along with adding some spookiness. There can be dramatic flickering candles at the entrance, floating candles and lighted pumpkins all throughout your homes.
We hope you have a decorative Halloween theme party this year.