Halloween: check out this affordable home decor

Fall has arrived and somehow we need to get in the mood for the season!

So, let's cut to the chase: this year, we are all up for a different Halloween. That's for sure. However, we can still decorate our homes, even if it's only to Zoomlebrate the season. Here are some quick, affordable, and low maintenance home decors for you to boost your festive spirit.

Black candles and black candlesticks

Black candles for automatic spookiness

Unbelievably easy, right? Well, that's the point of this article.  The more, the merrier. Nobody needs a million candles on a countertop, let alone black ones, so if you arrange quite a few on any surface at home, you will definitely feel the spook!

Bat decals

You can get a pack of these 3D bat figurines for less than $10. And a pack comes with around 144 units, so basically you'll get enough to bat away every single wall at home. If you have kids, this is also a great way to keep them entertained as they are so easy to stick to any surface. They come in different sizes so you can even get creative and create any pattern of your choice!

Black branches

Black branches, spooky enough for kids, and fancy enough for adults!

You know how leaves fall during... fall? It's the perfect occasion to go to the park and collect some regular branches. Once at home, paint them black and that's it: spooky on the spot!

Black crows

No, not the band (though you can totally listen to some tunes while you decorate your home). You can get some tiny decorative black crows online and accommodate them around the black braches and you have the perfect, Allan-Poesque setting for your Halloween celebration.

Gauze fabric

If you don't feel like getting into too much trouble, you can always use your regular gauze fabric over your furniture to add that perfect amount of spookiness without much effort. Really easy to drape, this fabric will make you feel your house has turned into a haunted mansion in just the blink of an eye!

Aniela Dybiec

Aniela is a writer who and loves art, makeup, and magick. She is also an amateur illustrator, a wellness fan and a vegetarian.+ info

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