Some of our favorite haunted houses in the Dallas area are closed due to COVID-19. However, you can still get in the Halloween spirit by putting up some festive decor in your own home. The ten spooky home features below will give you some design inspiration and help you ring in the holiday.
Transform your ordinary fan into a piece of Halloween decor by replacing the blades with these festive bat wings. They’ll not only look great but they’ll also keep you cool all autumn long.
This spooky light switch cover is shaped like an old coffin and has spider webs in the corners to show its age. It even glows in the dark and will cast an eerie green shadow on your room at night.
This elaborate horned skull door knocker will be the centerpiece of your entryway this Halloween.
This festive jack-o-lantern doormat will welcome guests and give them a taste of the spooky decor they’ll find throughout your home.
Add some Halloween flair to your hallway or bathroom by installing these skull-shaped sconces. They’re made of clear glass which gives them a creepy iridescent glow.
Display your mini pumpkins and other Halloween knick-knacks on this cool spider web shelf. It comes in a variety of colors and sizes to suit any space.
Take your Halloween party decorations to the next level by putting this skeleton beer tap handle on your kegerator.
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This tiered chandelier has dark gray patterned glass that gives it an edgy, gothic vibe. It will complement the rest of your Halloween decor and add a little drama to whatever room you put it in.
9. Freddy Kreuger Fire Pit
This show-stopping fire pit is the perfect place to sit around and tell scary stories. It’s made of hand-forged steel and was inspired by Freddy Kreuger from the famous horror movie Nightmare on Elm Street.
10. Skull Crystal Snow Globe
This simple, festive “snow” globe can be placed almost anywhere to set the Halloween mood. Shake the globe for a spooky cool effect that will have glitter, a spider, and bats flying around the two skulls inside.
We hope that these unique Halloween home features will get you in the spirit of the season and help you make this holiday one to remember. If you need assistance with a home remodeling project, spooky or not, give us a call to get your free quote today!