10 Halloween Curb Appeal Ideas That Are Surprisingly Stylish
Dark and dramatic decor has a place in our homes — and on our porches — year-round, but Halloween presents an opportunity to take it one step further. With that in mind, we’ve collected a few ideas from some of our favorite bloggers who’ve mastered the look. From on-trend pumpkins to spooky vintage accessories, find 10 Halloween decorating ideas that will elevate your porch to the most stylish one on the block.
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Plush pumpkins amidst autumnal greenery make a subtle and elegant statement on this pretty front porch, and can be left up far after Halloween is over.
Welcome trick-or-treaters with a wreath of cobwebs, spiders and a black crow. Green moss and a crinkled orange ribbon bring color to the creepiness. Once Halloween is over, use the mossy base to create a Christmas wreath by swapping the scary stuff for pine cones and faux berries.
Since this Brooklyn Limestone was lacking a porch to showcase decorations, the homeowner opted to build up. She went with a Wizard of Oz theme, complete with flying monkey silhouettes and a snickering Wicked Witch Of The West.
Birch twig letters that spell out “boo” are a whimsical addition to this festive front porch. A moody maple tree and a gradient of gourds say Halloween without going overboard.
Swap traditional jack-o’-lanterns for a pile of these on-trend white and copper pumpkins from Homey Oh My that are made with a simple slick of copper tape.
Upgrade your curb appeal with a happy Halloween set-up like blogger Tater Tots & Jello. Orange pumpkins play off the sunny yellow door, while a whimsical wreath, triangle garland and jailbird-inspired pillows complete the decor.
Take inspiration from this equal parts glam and ghoulish table setting and spray paint plastic skeletons gold. Prop them on your porch’s window ledge outside for a hint of metallic magic.
A vintage tin milk jug, weathered crate and stack of hay set the tone for this period-inspired Halloween decor.
White pumpkins are a chic alternative to the ubiquitous orange variety. Spray paint them gold for a hint of glam amidst the gore. Dried corn husks are a nod to creepy farm fields, a common horror film motif.
For a cozy fall display that you can keep up all autumn long, place mini pumpkins in weathered terracotta pots and prop them on your your stairway outside. If the winds get too strong for them to hold, move them inside like Craftberry Bush did in her stairway.