1. Keep it simple and monochromatic.

Just because it is autumn doesn’t mean your house needs to be orange. Decorate with white pumpkins, gourds, and mums rather than the traditional pumpkin route.

2.Use geometry for unexpectedly glamorous jack-o-lanterns.

Instead of the standard face pattern, try simple geometric patterns with circles or squares for an unconventional Halloween twist.

3. Don’t be afraid of the dark.

When it comes to floral arrangements, that is. Inky tones mixed with pops of orange and while are simultaneously seasonal and luxurious.

4.Pumpkin patch staircase.


Line your grand entrance with pumpkins of all different shapes and sizes.

5. Greet guests with adorable mini-ghost lollipops.

Cover lollipops with tissue paper for a ghost bouquet. And use a fresh pumpkin as the vase.

6. Just the right amount of creepy cutouts for Halloween night.

Create a frightening front yard using ghoulish cutouts for your windows. But be sure not to go overboard.

7. Autumnal taper holders made of real pumpkins and gourds.

Re purpose your gourds as candlestick holders.

8. Masquerade your pumpkin.
imageThis pumpkin looks like he is dressed up for Truman Capote’s Black and White ball.

9.Sleek vampire-inspired hangings.
imageDainty hanging bats keep decorations sleek and simple.

10. Top your dinner table off with fresh flower petals and leaves.
imageScatter colorful foliage on your tablescape for a comforting fall feel.