fellow bloggers have shown us some wonderful Halloween ides for the home and garden. I've taken a few just to show you how spectacular and easy some of them are- so even if you haven't put on a display yet it's not too late to get ready for this evening.

Roses & Rust

We're start sedately by reflecting on Autumnal colours for those, like Sharon, who don't really celebrate Halloween in a big way. The gorgeous rusty reds and burnt oranges work well in most styles of home.


Taking your Halloween theme outside is gaining popularity - it makes a grand entrance and unless you're hosting a party you don't have to do too much or anything to the interior of your home - apart from having a bowl of sweets to hand for the tick or treaters.

Emerald Interior Design

I agree with Karen Halloween decor doesn't have to be scary or distasteful - some are really quite pretty in their own spooky way.


I'm loving these window silhouettes, they make a real change from pumpkins lanterns.

adore your place

Cathy Wolfram shares her favourite Halloween traditions; including suggestions for table decor, food and exterior decor. - thanks Cathy there's some great ideas on your post.


Sometimes it the simple things in life that make all the difference and these gorgeous little black bats are perfect for your Halloween diner table.


Fancy making something a little different this year? - if you do Ashley White from decorology has provided instructions on how to make a black snake infested wreath for your front door - you never know it may keep some of the trick or treaters away!


Silhouettes seen to be a firm favourite this year, so why not add a little Halloween decor to your mantle piece - just to show that you really are in the festive spirit.

How about Orange

If you want to recycle old black dustbin liners Jessica provides step-by-step instructions - Thanks Jessica for sharing this 'free' Halloween decoration idea.

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