We all love a good trick or treat. It’s so easy to make your home entrance the talk of the kids on your street this Halloween. Whether you have a porch entrance or more space just behind your front door, having a showstopper as you open your door is a must-have. Try to work with the varying height of your Halloween decorations. Opt for a low bench or sideboard to allow you to stack or place colourful candle & cobwebs. Luckily, Halloween themes tend to involve lots of orange so always try and contrast with deep charcoals & lighter accent yellows to give a depth to your spooky entrance. Soften your porch with spider webs and remember to leave a few low hanging so catch your visitor’s hair as they breeze past.
Cluster candles for a themed porch.
Use amber lights with cobwebs for a haunting hallway.
Battery candles can be left all night long.
Layering props and lights together can add variety to your kitchen.
When creating the perfect Halloween house party, always have a focal point to your room. Fireplaces are the perfect spot for a scattering of candles, but who wants the risk of decorations near flickering flames and hot wax? Plump for Halloween candles to create an eerie fireplace look - and try putting a candle into one of our bell jars to add en extra dimension! Just like a spooky entrance, spider cobwebs are your best friend for decorating your whole house. Stretch and span across cupboards, place over candlesticks, cobwebs can give your home a haunted feel in a flash. Our top tip: place some Halloween lights around the room and watch the cobwebs come to life!
Strings of UV fairy lights fill your party room instantly.
Spooky literature make perfect Halloween party props.
Cobwebs glow brilliantly with UV lights.
No Halloween party is complete without a good spread! Creepy-crawly baked delights and mysteriously coloured punch are sure to make an appearance. Turning your kitchen table into a treat table is a quick and easy job. Continuing your entrance theme of layering height, you can mix Halloween props in with tasty treats with great effect. Position your table towards the corner of your room and dress with a simple black table cloth combined with dark foil, so the colours on top really pop. For added impact, keep your chilled drinks below eye level and pop some submersible tea lights in between your iced bottles.
LED tea lights are in this puking pumpkin.
Layer your sweet table.
Add splashes of colour for a friendly feel.
When it comes to Halloween party ideas for your garden, we simply love a DIY graveyard. Low level Halloween props such as gravestones & free standing ghosts are a quick and easy to place around your lawn and combined a sprinkle of coloured fairy lights can make your house look frightfully good this Hallows' Eve. So there you have it, our spooky ideas for a cracking Halloween party this year. From trick or treaters' to hosting a full on monster mash bash, we're sure you'll find something to add to your home.
Spooky graveyards are a winning entrance.
Rest in pieces.
Scare the trick or treaters!