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The 7 Best Halloween Decor Ideas on Twitter This Year (That You’ll Want to Try Next Year)

published Oct 28, 2019
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Halloween is basically here (literally, there were Halloween parties everywhere this weekend!). And while your pumpkins are already carved and your candy is already in the bowl, there’s nothing wrong with peeking at the genius decoration ideas everyone else has been posting on Twitter. After all, it’s never too soon to start thinking about what you want to do for decor next year, right?

Straight from Twitter, here are some of the best ideas we’ve seen this year:

Skeleton pets, spooky scary

Skeleton decor isn’t just for the human skeleton type! These cat and dog skeletons (or keep things extra creepy.

Giant spiders everywhere

Giant spiders are a shoo-in for raising the creep level of your decor all the way through the roof. The massive-spider-dwelling roof, that is. 

Bats on bats on bats

Bats are about as second-nature for Halloween decor as it gets, and these are equal amounts cute and easy to do.

A monster house that puts haunted houses to shame.

Have you ever considered making your house the monster on the block? Forget adding scary little touches here and there—this person transformed their entire home into a wicked creature by adding teeth and eyes. 

Abstract jack-o’-lantern carvings

Sure, faces are fun and so are high-detail etchings. But these Art Deco style shapes are easy and cool to look at.

Bloody sheets

It’s fast, easy, and cheap to assemble some frightening bloody sheets. And yet, something so simple adds an unbelievably nightmarish aesthetic to a house pretty much immediately. 

Shadowy window figures

If this were our house, we’d keep up this “Nightmare Before Christmas” window display all year long!