Spooktacular Halloween Door Decor Ideas
Boo! I hope I did not scare you, but are you decorated for Halloween? The spooky season has begun, and it is time to celebrate!
A big part of Halloween is trick-or-treating, but here at Miss Cayce's we especially emphasizes the treats! Not only should you treat yourself to some sweet candy, but you should treat your home to a Fun and Spooky Halloween Makeover.
For this week's blog, we wanted to share with you some of our customer's Halloween Front Doors, and hopefully inspire you to decorate your home.
A Green Faux Garland is the base for this bright and frightfully fun doorway. Green glitter leaves, shatterproof balls, glitter ghost picks, bows with black and white polka dot, orange, lime green and pink ribbon, and over sized Halloween decor complete the the garland. A Halloween wreath for the center of the door, door mat and pillow for the bench were added to coordinate with the garland.
Don't forget about your flower pots! Make decorating easy by investing in a few decorative stakes for your flower pots and garden. The yellow flowers coordinate beautifully the Orange and White Candy Stakes.
I boo believe in ghosts! I boo, I boo, I boo! Halloween is your chance to bust out the color, and glitter and cute decorative pieces like the ghosts and pumpkins and witches, just have fun with it! The Fun Halloween Garland accentuates the beautiful curled metal details on this front door.
A purple faux garland creates the perfect base against this bright lime green front door. What screams Halloween more than that Purple, Lime Green and Orange? Halloween picks, glittered ribbons and shatterproof balls finish off the festive look, and the smiling pumpkin welcomes trick or treaters to the door.
Orange, black and white and purple are the color story for this entryway. The purple and orange pop against the white stone wall, so it is sure to catch your neighbors' attention. Unlike the other garlands, this one does not have any ghosts, pumpkins or witches, but the theme is still fun and inviting. We love the touch of the Black and White check balls through out the garland and wreath.
Keep it classic with a Black, White and Orange themed Halloween. The orange pairs nicely against the red brick home, but pops against the gray door. A wreath or teardrop is not necessary, so you can always choose one or the other, or do it all!
BOO! Don't be scared, Halloween is still a couple of weeks away, so you have time to decorate. Embrace the spooky season, and just have fun with it.