Scary Halloween Decorations

Are you ready to get your house all decked up for Halloween? This year, try decorating with more than just the traditional Jack-O-Lantern and go full force with your Halloween decorations. From indoor to outdoor decorations, a compilation of the scariest and most imaginative Halloween decorations have been compiled for your reference.

Outdoor Scary Halloween Decorations

Nothing is safe when you are outdoors on Halloween. You can definitely spook people out with these scary decorations on your lawn. Trick or treaters would think twice before daring to venture to your home.

  1. Spider Skull
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    For people with the fear of spiders and skeletons, this must be the worst possible decoration for them to encounter. As if the spiky, black legs of the spider aren’t scary enough, it has to be topped by an aged skull. Totally gross and creepy, this decoration will spice up your outdoors.

  2. Garden Zombie
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    Zombies are creepy. Even though they are slow, there is something terribly frightening that they will soon catch up with you. So be careful with the emerging garden zombie, he might just be able to catch you!

  3. Cemetery
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    What better way to celebrate Halloween than to turn your entire lawn into a makeshift graveyard? Nobody would want to walk around your lawn then in fear of waking the sleeping dead.

  4. Lighted Pathway
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    Normally when you think of lighted pathways you would think romantic and sweet. But not on Halloween when the lighted path is an eerie orange glow that casts shadows around the area. Even smiling ghosts and ghouls cannot make up for the creepiness that this image evokes.

  5. Headless Corpse
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    Not for the weak of stomach, the headless corpse decoration will be a smash hit for all the zombie lovers. It is bloody and gruesome during daytime. It’s bound to get worse when dusk falls.

  6. Flying Bats
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    During the day it can look quite attractive especially if it plays off with the vibrant colors of fall. Black and orange always blended well together. But come evening when everything is in one color and in shadows, those swarm of bats won’t look so friendly and appealing anymore especially if they have glowing red eyes.

Cheap Scary Halloween Decorations

Decorating for Halloween may be tough on your budget considering it is only for a night and Christmas is closing in. You can still decorate with these cheap scary Halloween decorations though. They are light on the budget and scary enough for the occasion.

  1. Scary Eyes Tree
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    Use what you have around you as your decoration. If you happen to have trees in your area, you can decorate the trees with wild, glowing yellow eyes that will look extra creepy in the dark.

  2. Ghost Lanterns
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    Those beautiful lanterns that you have hanging around your garden can be transformed into ghost lanterns that will look quite spooky when you light them up. And all you need to make the transformation is a white sheer cloth and some rope.

  3. Scary Vase
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    Any other day, this could be your regular harmless looking vase which sports your favorite flower. By adding piercing, unblinking eyes on the vase, it gets its creepy factor which makes it perfect for the occasion and your budget as well.

  4. Paper Bag Lanterns
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    Paper bags are easy to come by with. By adding some cut-outs that would add to the touch of Halloween, you already have your Halloween decorations with these spooky paper bag lanterns.

  5. Invisible Man
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    There is something scary about a man you can’t quite see. This disturbing figure will give you the chills even during daylight. Construction is pretty simple as well and made of cheap materials. Scary and cheap – the perfect recipe for your Halloween decorations.

Indoor Halloween Decorations

You might think you’d feel safe indoors but these creepy indoor decorations would make you think twice about whether there is a safe place for you after all on Halloween.

  1. Creepy Chandelier
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    When they say just look up to feel better, they probably did not expect for you to see this creepy image hanging above your head. This dark and disturbing chandelier will definitely not make you feel at home.

  2. Hanging Ghosts
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    Instead of hanging paintings, try hanging these ghosts to spice up your Halloween decorations. Simple yet scary, this will be a perfect addition to decorating for Halloween without going overboard.

  3. Pumpkin with Rats
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    It’s actually kind of cute when you look at it. It almost looks like a rat ridden cheese in broad daylight. The rats do not look as menacing as well. But it will be a different story altogether when dusk falls.

  4. Skull Decor
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    As simple as a single skull would seem like, it actually does the trick for decorating your home during Halloween. This is a simple trick for all homeowners who do not want to keep changing decorations for certain occasions. Just by adding the skulls around the home could already suffice.

  5. Spooky Window
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    One of the best touches for Halloween decorations would be finding a particularly creepy corner or window that would be the source of all terror. It kinds of tell you to keep away yet draws it to you at the same time.

  6. Haunted House Backdrop
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    Any other day, it would actually look like some cool black and white backdrop that would be perfect for a minimalist home. However, on Halloween when you start adding touches such as pumpkins and maybe some dark wreaths, it can look a little haunting. Definitely a perfect backdrop for Halloween.

Centerpiece Halloween Decorations

  1. Exploding Pumpkin
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    If you are kind of crafty, this intricate centerpiece of an exploding pumpkin with some scary creature trying to get out will make a fine addition to your table. This will be perfect for large parties since it would have the most impact on guests.

  2. Dead Flowers and Pumpkins
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    At first glance, it looks so pretty it can even look pretty on a display window. But upon closer inspection, if you happen to realize that it is composed of pumpkins and dead flowers, you may just feel a shiver of fear. Graphically beautiful yet disturbing, these will make perfect Halloween centerpieces.

  3. Haunted Buffet Table
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    The food looks great and the decorations are actually kind of endearing. But would you dare venture to this table when it is dark and the lights would happen to flicker off at just the right moment?

  4. Creepy Table
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    One look at this table and you know that nobody is going to be dining in it. Although this table is just for show, it’s a stand-out piece that would command attention. This would be perfect for Halloween parties.

  5. Brain Centerpiece
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    Simple and totally gross, this is one centerpiece that will make you lose your appetite on Halloween.

  6. Candied Apples
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    Everyone knows about the infamous apple that will put you to sleep forever. Adding candied apples as your centrepiece on Halloween will make your guests think twice before daring to take a bite.

Do you have any scary Halloween decorations that you wish to share? Spread your ideas and have a spooky, fun Halloween.

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