Deck your home in spooky spirit with our creepy and creative Halloween decorating ideas. We have both indoor and outdoor Halloween decorations, so whether you’re creating scary Halloween decorations for your living room or looking for a unique Halloween yard display, you’ll love our Halloween decor ideas. Add bone-chilling flair to your front yard with our spooky skeleton displays or make pumpkins the focal point of your outdoor Halloween decorations with our fast and easy-to-replicate ideas for carved, painted, and decorated pumpkins of all sizes.

Fall is traditionally a season filled with bright, bold colors, while a rustic style is typically more muted. If you love the vibrant reds and oranges of fall, not to worry! When you’re decorating with a farmhouse look, not everything has to be shades of white and gray—you can use these lighter pieces to accent your traditional orange pumpkins and colorful gourds.To help inspire your own fall front porch display, we’ve rounded up a few of our favorite farmhouse-inspired pumpkins.

One of the reasons we love etched pumpkins so much is because they last so much longer than traditional carved pumpkins. Because you don’t have to open up the pumpkin and scoop out the insides, etched or scraped pumpkins can last weeks longer than carved jack-o’-lanterns (we recommend using vaseline on the etching to keep it extra fresh). Plus, they’re easier to make, so you can make a whole front porch display in just a few minutes.

Break out the s’mores ingredients and transform a pile of pumpkins into a festive fall fire pit. It’s a fun alternative to a real fire pit, since placing a battery-powered lights inside each pumpkin will provide plenty of flickering light. Grab a mug of hot apple cider and gather around the ‘fire’ to enjoy a cool fall evening.