Halloween Decoration Ideas for Small Spaces
Halloween Decorations for Small Spaces
We only have a few days left for Halloween! You can get into the spirit this year, no matter what your plans are or how much space you have. With a little creativity, you can decorate even the smallest of living spaces. In this article, we will be discussing how to get the most out of a small space this holiday season.
All amazing décor starts off with great lighting. What good are your fabulous decorations if no one gets to see them? Many interior designers understand that adding the correct lighting to a small room can actually make it look bigger. By spreading the correct lighting around the room, you can create the optical illusion of a larger space. Some lighting tips may include:
- Using a lot of light
- Placing the lights in corners
- Bounce light off mirrors
- Place lights high
Skulls are the ultimate Halloween decorations. A decent-sized skull can be used as a great centerpiece on a table, in a candy dish, or as a candle holder. Use a skull as a seasonal paperweight or planter. In many cultures, skulls represent death, mortality, and protection. Skulls have been used a lot in history to symbolize rebellion and danger which makes them the perfect Halloween decoration to add to your home.
Life-Size Posable Body Skeleton
In addition to your skull, a full-size skeleton would really set the tone for your home. Pose the skeleton in different positions and dress it up in hilarious outfits. Surprise your family by moving the skeleton around the house and putting it in different situations. The fun never ends when you watch your skeleton make coffee or doing the dishes!
Crawling Baby Zombie
If you really want to get the spooks going then a crawling baby zombie is the way to go! This moving, sound-activated zombie is complete with glowing red eyes and growling cry. Hide your baby zombie beneath your couch, by a fireplace, or behind a curtain.
If you don’t have a lot of room, then building up is always an option. Hang a spooky skeleton or ghoul from the ceiling or on the wall. These sound activated animated props have glowing red eyes and ominous moving fingers. Bend your prop or plan a spooky surprise by hiding your ghost in your closet.
Spider webs are a cheap and inexpensive way to spruce up your Halloween decor! You don’t need alot of space to do it either! Simply drape your spider webs over your table, over your candy bowl, or as an added touch of spookiness to your other decorations.
Halloween Themed Candles
Nothing brings in the creepy holidays like the scent of pumpkin spice! Candles are a great way to bring in the holidays because they can be used year round as an added staple to your living room or home. Celebrate the holidays with an array of fabulous scents and essences!
General Tips on Decorating
Decorating in a small place can feel like an impossible task. You may want to fill your room with all of your favorite decorations, however, you also don’t want to overcrowd your space. The process could be tricky, but it isn’t impossible! Here are a few tips to help you get started:
- Use folding furniture
- Hang decorations from the ceiling or on the walls
- Add mirrors
- Keep the floor clean
- Use a lot of lighting
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Last year, Halloween was no fun, this year, however, we have the opportunity to make up for lost time! Get into the Halloween spirit by decorating your home! You can decorate for Halloween, even if you have just a small space. Take a look at our guide to Halloween decorations in a small space.
Decorating your home can be inexpensive and easy if you just use your imagination. For example a DIY Halloween HD projection window display is simple to set up and requires virtually no cleaning up. There are also many last-minute Halloween decorations that make a BIG difference.
Fog machines for example can really change the mood of your room.
Besides decoration, Halloween focuses on amazing costumes! Whether you’re looking for DIY adult costumes, DIY kids Halloween costumes, or costumes you can wear with a face mask, picking out the best costume is essential for any Halloween celebration. Use your imagination and creativity to pick out the best costumes! Let us help make your Halloween 2021 the best Halloween yet!
- Marc Mendoza