5 Best Outdoor Halloween Decorations to Spruce Up Your Yard

The onset of autumn brings with it one of the year's most exciting holidays - Halloween. Marked by the spookiest of tricks and the sweetest of treats, Halloween is the perfect opportunity to experiment and really go wild with your outdoor décor.

1. Give your guests a spine-tingling welcome with a skeleton couple

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This Halloween outdoor decor idea is sure to stand out from the crowd and all you need are some gourds, something to carve them with and a quintessential piece of scarf and hat.

2. Give your garden or porch bench a festive facelift

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You know what they say — if you’ve got it, haunt it! Give your garden or porch bench a festive facelift just in time for trick-or-treating by surrounding it with witch hats and pumpkins by the side. 

3. Mix Striped Patterns With Gingham And Paneling

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As the days get shorter and the nights darker, we tend to pull out our best fall clothing. But, as much as fashion trends evolve, stripes, gingham and check prints all seem to come full circle, so you can be sure that you can incorporate these motifs into your Halloween outdoor decor ideas.

4. Use A Atmospheric Lighting To Add A Dramatic Feel

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Orange seems to be a thing during Halloween. I think it’s because orange is the color of pumpkins and we know that pumpkins are a thing during Halloween. One of the easiest ways to really elevate the look of your outdoor Halloween decor is to add some orange lights. They only take five minutes to install and can help brighten up your outdoor spaces all-year-around.

5. Create a laid-back country feel with steel chairs

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Settle down in style and comfort with some themed cushions and when you're not storing pumpkins in it, you can also use the accompanying table to rest your pumpkin spice latte or hot chocolate.

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