Get Ghoulish with Skeletons, More for Your Halloween Decor

Renee Valdes
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Decorate with ghoulish options in your indoor and outdoor spaces ll The Home Depot Garden Club

You won’t need to scare up the fun when you decorate using ghoulish Halloween decor.

Leave no surface untouched and take horror to the next level with Halloween decorations such as a skeleton fortune teller and other creepy and life-sized options.  

Decorating indoors for Halloween creates a festive space for everyone. These Halloween decor ideas are perfect for a party or a get-together before you send the kiddos outdoors for tricks and treats. In addition, you can extend the Halloween decor outside.

 

A giant spider crawls over the house ll The Home Depot Garden Club

You’ll definitely create webs of excitement with giant spiders crawling atop a roof or perhaps crawling on an inside wall. 

 

Learn how to make a coffin centerpiece for a skeleton and succulents ll The Home Depot Garden Club

Create a tablescape with black candlesticks and a Halloween coffin centerpiece for a skeleton and succulents. Use Halloween string lights around the coffin on a tabletop.

There’s no end to what you can do for ghoulish style around your home.

 

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Spooky animated and motion-detecting figures will also keep the atmosphere frightful around your indoor and outdoor space. It’s like having extra guests at the party.

 

Create ghoulish scenes with skeletons in your space ll The Home Depot Garden Club

Decorating Tips for Ghoulish Fun:

  • Choose a focal point, such as a mantel.
  • Place your largest decorations first (such as animated figures) where they’ll get the most attention.
  • Use faux spider webs with wild abandon.
  • Layer in scary accessories, including skeleton parts, bugs, crows, cages and more.
  • Add special effects, such as string lights and projection lighting.
  • Spray paint anything, including pumpkins and plants. Think black houseplants or mums!
  • Take it one step at a time. Remember that you can buy core pieces and add to your collection over time.

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