Halloween is just around the corner! Is your holiday decoration ready?
If you haven’t decided how you are going to dress your home for the spooky holiday, we have gathered a collection of a few ideas for kids’ room decor that will make the celebration remarkable.
Some of the ideas are DIY and can be easily made for almost no money. The rest are ready decorations that can be found at the local dollar stores or the craft shops.
We promise that each of them will enhance the ghostly atmosphere and will ensure fun, joyful and irreplaceable memories not only of your kids but for the entire family.
1. Affordable Digital Prints on Vinyl for Spooky Decorations
The digital prints on vinyl are very affordable. You can even find free downloads to cut on your Circut.
Add the traditional pumpkin and a balloon sign to complete the spooky set.
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2. Spook Up Your Room with a Bat-Themed Garland and Pumpkins
A garland with small bats is cute and easy to fic decoration. Place it around the metal bed frame or hang it from the chandelier.
If you want to increase the Halloween mood, arrange a couple of small pumpkins at the nightstand.
3. Create an Easy Halloween Garland with Smiling Pumpkins
These smiling Halloween pumpkins will add a fun spooky mood to the bedroom. Making the garland is very easy and will take you less than an hour.
Prepare a pumpkin stencil (you can draw or print it) and use it to outline as many pumpkins as needed for the chosen length of the cord. They can be cut from craft paper, felt or cardboard.
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4. Authentic Halloween Décor Enhance Little Girl’s Room
The traditional symbols of Halloween are used for this small girl’s room decor.
The pumpkin smiles from a cardboard figure, from the dishes and from the wall. The bats are cut from black craft paper.
They are not entirely sealed onto the wall art to ensure a more realistic look.
5. Decorate Kids’ Room for Halloween with Warm Orange Nuances
If you don’t like the pumpkin and bat images, you can use the traditional Halloween color as a motif in the kids’ room decor.
The useful and trendy Himalayan Salt Lamps will add warm orange nuances when lit.
6. Make a Pumpkin Garland and Volumetric Letters for Halloween
The kid’s room doesn’t need too much decoration to make it festive for the forthcoming Halloween.
A pumpkin garland and a small frame with volumetric letters placed right above the bed will be quickly noticed by your girl and will provoke a big smile.
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7. Decorate a Baby’s Nursery for Halloween with a Ghostly Theme
There is a way to decorate even the nursery of the baby. A cute print with a baby ghost will mark the importance of Halloween.
Use a blue backdrop for your son’s room or pink- for your girl’s.
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8. Uncanny Halloween Decals to Create an Instant Scene
This is a set of spooky Halloween decals that can be put on walls or glass without any risk of damaging the surfaces.
If you decide to use them all on one wall, you will instantly set a spooky and fun scene for photographs.
9. Create an Enchanting Halloween Reading Nook for Kids
Make Halloween special with a reading nook with kids’ stories about vampires and ghosts.
Mark the dedicated shelf with a handmade garland in the Halloween spirit.
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10. Add Spooky Cheap Spider and Bat Décor to Your Home
If you want inspiration for Halloween decor, make sure to read the post below.
With the help of cheap spider decals and bat stencils spread all over the space, you can add a spooky touch to every room.
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11. Enchanting Ambience with Bat Decals and Pumpkins
Halloween becomes a more exciting holiday when you have kids. Set the background of a fun chalkboard wall art with bat decals.
Placed right above the bed, they will become a focal point of the room.
Don’t forget to put pumpkins from various materials here and there to complete the Haloween set.
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12. Adorn the Kids’ Room with Halloween Décor and a Kitchen Set
Use a toy in the kid’s room to surround it with the Halloween decor. The kitchen set is perfect for that- a ghostly towel replaces the ordinary one.
Two pumpkins and a ghost figure peek from the water dispenser. Finish the setting with cute wall art in orange and black.
13. Decorate Your Kid’s Room with a Cute Little Ghost Wall Decor
This cute little ghost on the wall is the perfect decoration when you need a simple and monochromatic decor for your kid’s room.
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14. Surprise Kids with a Harry Potter-Themed Bedding Set
If your kids are older, then they must be fans of Harry Potter.
Surprise them with a bed linens set inspired by the story of the magician but with the vivid impact of Halloween.
15. Add Spooky Atmosphere with Wall Decals and Small Vampires
There are linen sets for the smaller fans of Halloween. The fabric patterns are usually on bats, spiders or creepy pumpkins.
Enhance the spooky atmosphere with a wall decal in the typical orange color and hanging vampire figures.
16. Decorate Your Library with a Halloween Reading Nook
This Halloween nook will turn the reading into a fun activity. The collection of Halloween books is very funny and the illustrations attractive.
Decorate the library with garlands and bat decals that seem to be flying out from it.
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17. Create a Spider Net with Cheesecloth and Decorative Accents
Imitate a spider net with cheesecloth or a leftover from a thin and transparent curtain.
Use spider decals, wire spiders and a pompom garland to make the net more realistic.
18. Halloween-Themed Room Decor for Teenagers
The Halloween decor of a teenage boy’s room will be on the next creepy level.
A few posters, simple linen set in black and orange and interesting doormats will look mature and yet will set a festive mood.
19. Spooky Halloween Themed Play Nook for Kids
Decorate the play nook in the kid’s room using the Haloween motifs and colors.
Variations of pumpkins, Halloween titles, witch’s hats and a garland in black and orange turn the play corner into a fun spooky corner.
20. Celebrate Halloween with Framed Chalkboard Art and Bats
A framed chalkboard art with a mystique inscription could be intriguing. The holday it honors will become more recognizable if bats are spread around it.
If you don’t like the decals, cut yourself bat figures from black paper and use plain tape to fix them.
21. Transform Your Kids’ Room with Ghostly Wallpaper Décor
Those of you who want to make a drastic change for Halloween can change the wallpaper of the kids’ room with a design on ghosts.
Use orange for the interior accents.
22. A Stylish Decoration for Discreetly Enjoying Halloween
This is a Halloween-themed decoration that is more moderate in colors and motifs.
It will be liked by a teenage girl who still loves the holiday but doesn’t want to admit it.
23. Witches’ Playhouse for Halloween Kids Room Décor Ideas
Decorate the playhouse with Halloween motifs and symbols and turn it into a “hocus-pocus” workshop.
The witch’s hat stands at the top with pompom garlands going down to the roof. Use paper and stuffed bats and spiders to decorate outside and inside the playhouse.
24. Spook up a Playhouse with Decorative Skulls and Skeletons
The playhouse can be a little bit spookier if you use skulls and skeletons as major decorations.
Place two to guard the door and smaller ones to hang from the roof. Imitate spider nets with black tulle.
Stress on the holiday with a black and gold garland. A few bats and spider decals will never be too much.
25. Halloween Décor Ideas to Spruce Up Your Bookshelf
This is another way to arrange the Halloween books in one place and turn them into the festive decor.
Add a few ghost cards, a “boo” banner, a pumpkin painting and a few bats.
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26. Realistic Bat Decals for a Mysterious Wall Flock Look
These bat decals come in different sizes. Their design is so realistic that they can be the only decor for Halloween.
Spread them on the wall close to each other to create a flock pattern.
27. Spook Up Halloween Dinner with Themed Table Setting
Make a special Haloween dinner set for your kids with themed plates and napkins.
Use tulle or cheesecloth to wrap the back of their chairs and attach spiders to the fabric.
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28. Transform Your Christmas Tree for an Eerie Halloween Look
Use the Christmas tree for Halloween decoration. Instead of Christmas balls, hang felt ghosts and pumpkins that will mark the holiday.
You can increase the spooky atmosphere with starry curtains and linen set with ghost motifs.
29. DIY Halloween Skeleton Decoration
A stuffed skeleton sits on the Halloween-themed bookcase.
If you make it yourself, use fabric permanent markers to outline the bones and the skull.
30. Create Halloween-Themed Pillows for Kids’ Beds
Place cute Halloween-themed pillows on the beds of your kids.
Fabric pieces in black, white, orange and green will help you define the pieces of the bat and the pumpkin.
Stuff with cotton wool. For the eyes and smiles of the creatures, use felt.
31. Create Halloween-Themed Play Kitchen Scene with Pumpkins
Place small pumpkins on the shelves of the play kitchen shelves. Hang a small broom on the wall next to it to remind of the witch’s night.
If the set is equipped with a chalkboard, write a Halloween inscription. Wrap around a rod or a shelf tulle or cheesecloth to make a faux spider net.
32. Add a Scary Touch to Your Room with a DIY Ghost Face Pillow
A pillow in the shape of a ghost face will look very cute and will give that festive vibe of Halloween.
Making it yourself doesn’t require any special skills or materials, so it is worth trying. Add a few small pumpkins on the nightstand and on the headboard.
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33. Make a Chilling Ghost Garland for Your Halloween Décor
The pompom or bat garland can be replaced with a ghost garland. If you like it, you can easily make it yourself. Use black, white and orange thread. Weave the thread at least 10 times around your palm.
Tie it at one end to form the ghost head and cut through the loops at the other end to define the body. Glue eyes and mouth cut from paper or felt.