Halloween is right around the corner are you ready to decorate? Go-to bats, vampires, and spiders are being joined by three major Halloween wall dcor trends this year to make Halloween bigger and spookier than ever. These ideas will help you find the perfect wall dcor for Halloween to hang in your home.
The dark gothic aesthetic of high Victorian is a huge trend in Halloween wall dcor this year. Striking a balance between spooky and classy, this trend gives an instant Halloween feel that can be incorporated into most existing dcor styles with just a couple pieces. The predominant black, cream, and grey palettes for spooky Victorian dcor make it even easier to pull together a spooky look in no time at all.
Black wreaths can instantly capture the Victorian gothic mood. Photo via Carrie Roberts Wood on Pinterest from delicateconstruction.com.
You can create your own spooky projections with just a little bit of tech and time. Photo via Carrie Roberts Wood on Pinterest.
High tech fright is becoming affordable with the explosion of Halloween dcor aimed at all budgets. If you want to add a bit of tech to your dcor you can typically find off-the-shelf versions as well as DIYs for almost any spooky idea:
Sugar skulls add color and combine spooky with whimsy for fun Halloween wall dcor. Photo via Lily on Pinterest.
The Spanish holiday of Day of the Dead or Da de Muertos has long been celebrated at Halloween, and the highly vibrant decorative traditions associated with this holiday are a major trend for Halloween dcor this year. Topping the list of Day of the Dead inspired dcor are sugar skulls or calaveras, skulls decorated with intricate designs that incorporate vines, flowers, celestial bodies, and other motifs. You can find many sugar skull decorations in stores or DIY your own paper or papier-mch skulls. Happy hauntings!
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