Welcome to my creative Halloween home tour – enter if you dare! Who says Halloween is all about blood and guts? I’m taking a lighthearted approach and adding a few fun touches of Halloween throughout my house that are sure to make you smile.
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I’m welcoming all the little goblins to my home with this Halloween doorbell. Press it and the eyeball opens up and speaks (a few different phrases)! It’s so much fun and the perfect addition to my front door.
There’s no need to buy a wreath that can only be used on Halloween. I tied the dead and breakfast sign to my fall wreath from HomeGoods and now it’s two wreaths in one!
I shared my skeleton (Mr. Bonypart) centerpiece yesterday and you can see more of Halloween table here.
He is a life size posable skeleton and I love that he can be put into lots of different positions.
I love using trays to display fun little seasonal displays and I covered one in moss to add a little color to the black and white. I have a Boston Terrier so of course had to scoop up this little dog skeleton!
The Halloween candle and skeleton couple pillow are both from HomeGoods.
Keep calm and decorate the kitchen.
My huge bottle drying rack is always fun to decorate.
This Happy Halloween wreath adds vintage charm over the kitchen window.
An appletini a day keeps the witches away so drink up! Tuck something unexpected like a pair of witches legs into a big bowl of fruit!
It doesn’t get easier than bringing hydrangeas inside for a touch of fall.
Print my fall farmhouse chalkboard printable starring my dog Sushi for free.
My pumpkin patch mantel is ready for trick or treaters. You can see more of my fall mantel here.
For everyone who wakes up like this, you understand the struggle is real!
I’ve become the crazy dog mom – sorry not sorry! How adorable is Sushi’s pet pinata costume but I hope nobody tries to hit her with a stick!
And here’s Sushi with her evil twin!
See more of my Halloween decorating ideas here.
If you want more Halloween decorating ideas, my friends are sharing their haunted Halloween homes.