Elegant and spooky Halloween decorations for your home

by Stefania Del Zotto on October 25, 2011

interflora-halloween-rangeWith Halloween coming up it’s time to start thinking about how you will decorate your home.
Do you want super-scary or would you rather go for something simple that will make the trick or treaters smile?
We’ve gathered the most inspirational pictures of wonderful Halloween decorations we could find (together with ours!) to give you some ideas.

{ Love ‘n Fresh Flowers }

This is a simple and elegant table centerpiece that takes the well-loved Halloween tradition of dressing up a pumpkin and makes it something beautiful. Flowers in complimentary colours have been paired with seasonal foliage.

halloween-decoration-for-fireplace{ Whimsy Floral & Design }

This mantelpiece display is full of seasonal fruits and beautiful roses. The addition of small pumpkins gives it a Halloween feel, but this arrangement would be perfect for the whole of autumn.

spooky-halloween-flower-decorations{ At Home with Kim Vallee }

This bunch of flowers and snake wreath make for a very creepy Halloween decoration. Creepy crawlies and serpents scare a lot of people, so these are perfect if you want to make skin crawl. Plastic spiders and snakes aren’t too hard to get hold of and they look great contrasted against the white of the roses. To put a different spin on this try using red roses for a darker, bloodier look.

spooky-halloween-flower-decorations1{ At Home with Kim Vallee }

These stuffed birds make the whole scene look very sinister, while the red and black roses add a touch of gothic elegance to the tabletop. The use of cobwebs is perfect for Halloween.

halloween-window-decoration{ Titania Florist }

This is actually a shop window display put together by one of our florists last year. The orange lighting and display of pumpkins give it a very Halloween feel. The plants and flowers in shades of green, orange and yellow make it feel very seasonal.

Halloween-Party-Decorations{ Balloons Birthday Party }

If you really want to go all out then this image will give you plenty of inspiration. Traditionally carved pumpkins are a huge indicator that you are a Halloween fan. The rest of the decorations could be anything from seasonal foliage to rubber snakes and spiders.

interflora-halloween-range{ Interflora }

A collection of seasonal flowers enriched by some pumpkins in the middle of a table makes a fantastic, and very simple, centrepiece.

{ Blogger of the bride }

The roses and rosehips around these candles give off a wonderful orange glow. Surrounds like this can transform how a candle looks from season to season. The pumpkins on stands make statement Halloween decorations. Try grouping different sizes and shapes together.

halloween table decorations{ A.S.D. Interiors Blog }

This is a very autumnal table display. The white painted pumpkins work perfectly with the white tablecloth and vase. The food adds a pleasant splash of colour.

halloween-wreath{ Crafty’s Cuppa Coffee }

This wreath in oranges and deep browns is perfectly in keeping with autumn trends. The ‘Boo’ on the front door is a fantastic, modern Halloween touch.

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Stefania Del Zotto

I joined Interflora in May 2011. On the blog I will write about creative flower related top lists, how-to guides, interviews with experts, news on flower festivals and events. I am Italian, originally from the Venice area, and I moved to the UK three years ago to follow my love. I’m a creative person, I love cinema, photography, cats and all that is vintage! I’m a friend, daughter and sister. I speak Italian, English and I’m now studying Spanish.

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Ideas for Putting Up Halloween Decorations
11.10.11 at 7:28 am

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