Halloween House Tour

October is my favorite month of the year! It’s my birthday month and our wedding anniversary month, so Halloween makes it the perfect trifecta of fun celebrations! I enjoy decorating for Halloween, but I like to keep it pretty simple. Instead of sprinkling seasonal decor around the whole house, I focus on just a few spaces.

For the front exterior this year, I added a few 5 ft. skeletons in a couple of places and called it a day. And this flying witch I hung on a plant hook makes me ridiculously happy! It moves around with the wind and feels so fun and whimsical!

halloween entry
halloween front porch swing
witch skeleton

As much as I love seeing this flying witch when I pull into the driveway…

halloween exterior decor

I think I love it even more from the inside looking out! Zip ties worked like a charm to hold the broom in place.

skeleton flying witch

The wreaths I made also look great from both directions.

halloween front door decor
halloween entry

Apparently, I’m in my witch skeleton era because I also added one to our entry foyer this year. This one I dressed in an old flapper costume of mine to zhush it up a bit. Peep the gold eyes and nose where I used a little of my beloved rub ‘n buff in gold leaf. This brass and copper pumpkin is my favorite Halloween decor accessory that I thrifted a couple of years ago, but I found an almost identical one here.

halloween entry foyer

This vignette is especially fun at night! I used a magic bulb in this lamp where I don’t have an outlet nearby, and it gives off the perfect amount of light.

halloween entry at night

The entry foyer is the only indoor space I decorated for the holiday this year, apart from adding some white pumpkins to the mantel in my living room. But I had a lot of fun decorating our downstairs patio, which I’ve already shared!

halloween patio hanging witch hats


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