Looking for fun ideas on how to decorate a kids’ room this Halloween season? You’re in luck! As the Halloween craze is slowly warming up and scary decorations scream to be hanged in our homes, it is high time to share with you our selection of the top spookiest kids’ interiors we’ve discovered this season! They are all bursting with simple DIY projects you can easily pull off yourself, so keep your eyes open, so you don’t miss the instructions.
When it comes to Halloween decorations, other than the good old jack-o’-lantern, the first thing that pops in our minds is bats. These cute little creatures we once found intimidating can be turned into the cutest wall decals and garlands you could think of. And the truth is that they are fairly easy to craft, so if you are looking for a family DIY project for a Sunday afternoon – look no further than this tutorial. Just look how adorable they look in the room below.
Talking about garlands pumpkins are a must. Combine them with bats, and you are in for a real trick-or-treat interior delight.
For nailing the Halloween look, you are probably going to need some help of the chilling black and orange colour combo. These two shades are synonymous with Halloween as orange is usually associated with harvests and black with, well death. Orange pumpkins, pillows and throws and anything with a black cat, bat, raven, spider or a witch will be a perfect choice.
If your family enjoys an occasional scary story before the bedtime, consider styling a shelfie with horror books to honour the holiday.
Of course, if you are feeling overly excited to stop with a single shelfie you can go an extra mile and create a personal spooky playhouse in your kids’ playroom or the backyard. Kids would be thrilled, and you will probably get the rest of the house free of the Halloween decorations.
Pulling skeletons from the closet has never been as entertaining as in these rooms. If you choose to opt for one, don’t forget to use it as a prop to teach the kids some valuable lessons about the human body.
It is never too early for Halloween decor, just make sure to tailor the mood to your child’s age.
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