While we know that Halloween will look very different this year, it’s still possible to have fun, even if parties and traditional trick or treating adventures are going to be off the table. Turning your house into a mini haunted mansion, a not-so-scary spook zone, or a full-on haunted graveyard nightmare are all still possible, and injecting some extra festivity into the season is just what this year calls for. Whether you’re decorating for a big family of all ages, or are just wanting to make your apartment all the more spooky this season, we’ve collected our favorite decor options that will make your home meet its spooky season potential.
For the ghost host with the most, there’s nothing more effortless to decorate with than these battery operated ghost lights. Set up a decorative path or border, or use them to frame an inviting entryway. They make an adorable accent to your landscaping, as shown here.
Families can keep traditions going with these carving pumpkins, without dealing with the usual mess of jack-o-lantern work. A plastic pumpkin means you won’t deal with bugs, rot, seeds, or a messy disposal. Kids especially will love a carved pumpkin that lasts significantly longer than it’s natural counterpart.