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Décor: Halloween glam

These decorating ideas prove that Halloween doesn't have to be kitsch
   Amanda Peters  |  written on: 31-10-2017 15:00pm


While Christmas is an easier holiday to work with, when it comes to harmonising your home décor, Halloween can prove to be quite the challenge. But that hasn’t stopped décor and design enthusiasts from coming up with ingenious ways to bring in the ‘Halloween Glam’. Here are some of our favourite looks to be inspired!

Black/White is the new orange
It’s not always about the orange pumpkin. These chequered ones bring the glam quotient to Halloween.

A white and black Halloween can be equally spooky. This showcase ticks all the boxes on the creepy checklist, yet is not over the top.

Golden touch
If black and white isn’t your thing, then what about a touch of dusky gold?

Around the house
These displays show that you may already have all you need to decorate. You can create the spooky, yet stylish look with a bunch of flowers, candles and a shiny metallic skull.  

Although not obviously Halloweeny, this vintage rocking chair with the white sheer throw definitely entertains the haunted house décor.  

Easy DIY
We love this DIY bat mobile! It’s easy enough to make and the positioning of the vintage mirror pushes the installation into the spotlight.

Another easy one requires a black Sharpie and some preferably old white plates.

If craft isn’t your thing, then this DIY project may be right up your alley. All it needs is a few glass cookie jars and a whole lot of baby pumpkins.  

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   Amanda Peters
KBB Ark Web Editor. I've been writing for design magazines for a few years now and like nothing more than ‘exploring’ other people's homes (with their permission, of course).