Four Halloween Porch Decoration Ideas
I want to share some of my favorite Halloween porch decoration ideas with y’all! No matter where you decorate your home for Halloween, these ideas will transcend any space. The temperatures have dropped in Waco, Fall is here and Halloween is right around the corner. Now that the weather is cool, our back patio is becoming a favorite spot to hang out. Check out how I styled this outdoor space for Halloween.
This year, all my Halloween signs are from one of my instagram friends Devanie Adams (@devanie.at.home on instagram) who owns Krumpet’s Home Decor. She and her team have created five very different and very cute Halloween themed decor collections that include everything from signs, pillows, trick or treat totes to ornaments for a Halloween tree! She is giving my followers 10 percent off with code CUTERTUDOR. I hope you check it out and let me know which collection you love. I fell in love with her Haunted Mansion collection, available here. It is a little bit spooky, but so cute and I love the black and white vibe for Halloween.
I tied one of the cutest ghost signs onto a DIY coffee filter wreath to make it look festive for the holiday. By the way, you can do this with any everyday wreath to make it festive for any season or holiday. I have the instructions to make your own wreath here. It is a fun, affordable addition to your Halloween porch decoration.
When I think of fall or halloween foliage, mums pop up in my mind, but I don’t always use the traditional colors. Mums are available in all kinds of beautiful colors from many shades of orange, yellow and pink. My favorite color of mums are rust and white. I placed my flowers in vintage crates and woven baskets from Walmart. When you decorate with flowers, put them in a variety of different sized containers so the height varies. You can also stack them on crates or hay bales to create a visual interest.
I love to decorate with pumpkins, because they look great for fall and halloween inside or out. There are so many beautiful shapes and colors of pumpkins, and you can use real, faux or a mixture of both like I did here! My favorite pumpkins are blue and green heirloom pumpkins, and white baby boos. I placed a few of the smaller pumpkins in a basket and then styled them in groups of two or three. Small wooden pedestals add height to the vignettes, too. Always add in a few natural elements with your favorite holiday decor to give it a fresh feel.
Lanterns are a great way to set a cozy ambience and light up an outdoor space! For example, you can use one or two large lanterns, or scatter lots of smaller lanterns on your porch. Either way, they project a warm glow at night or a nostalgic feel during the day. I love these solar powered mason jar lanterns from Sonnenglas. You can purchase your own lanterns here with code CUTERTUDOR to get a discount. They look great at night in any outdoor space and are perfect for outdoor Halloween Decorations. You can hang them from trees or pergolas and place them around the porch or patio.
Thank you for stopping by the Cuter Tudor! Follow me on instagram at @cutertudor for more daily home decor inspiration and pin any Halloween Porch Decoration ideas that you love to your Pinterest board! Furthermore, if you are looking for more Halloween inspiration, I shared a Halloween craft here and a FUNctional Halloween centerpiece here!