One of the best parts about Halloween is preparing your house for the incoming trick-or-treaters. With witches, goblins, ghosts, and pumpkins there are so many fun ways to incorporate Halloween into your décor. We wanted to see how some of our favorite bloggers decided to get their house in the spooky spirit. Here are some of their scary good decorations:



Halloween doorstep decorations for Trick or Treat

Randi and Carol at Frugelegance made their porch look ghostly good down to every last detail. Not only did they have trendy white pumpkins to go along with the classic orange, but they had sparkly bats and spiders too. See more of their beautiful porch decorations here.


Sandpaper and Glue

personalized Halloween snack jar and napkin decorations

Over at Sandpaper and Glue Stephanie wanted to have a “trick or treat yo’ self” station set up outside for the kids coming for candy. Since many of her neighbors trick-or-treat with their dogs Stephanie used her personalized snack jar to also put out treats for the four-legged trick-or-treaters.


Twin Stripe

personalized family sign and pumpkins on patio furniture

Nothing says Halloween and fall like pumpkins, so Katie at Twin Stripe kept her decorations simple with the Expressions of Gratitude Canvas, lots of pumpkins, and some beautiful mums. See more of her fabulous fall porch here.


Too Sweet 4 Two

Halloween decoration ideas collage

Carole at Too Sweet 4 Two got her whole house in the Halloween spirit, and even though it was packed with boo-tiful decorations she was able to find a perfect spot to park her broom. You can see all the pumpkins, witches, and skeletons here.


Amy is the Party

Halloween doormat and pumpkins

Amy used Halloween as an opportunity to not only decorate her front porch in orange and black, but also show off her newly fixed up glider chairs. See how she filled her house, both inside and out, with Halloween décor at Amy is the Party.



Halloween is all about having fun, and what could be more fun than coming home to a haunted mansion or pumpkin paradise? With all the incredible ways to decorate it’s easy to make your house part of the Halloween festivities!