Stylish and Scary Halloween Door Decorations

By Monique Valeris for Good Housekeeping

When it comes to Halloween decor, your first thought might be to carve pumpkins for a table arrangement or hang a fun and spooky banner to make a drab room more festive. While these are certainly no-fail Halloween decor ideas, there’s one element that you shouldn’t overlook: your front door. Make a great first impression this year with these Halloween door decorations that are guaranteed to be the talk of your neighborhood. Whether you love all things creepy of prefer understated Halloween decor, you’re sure to find a favorite here.

Slide 1 of 27: When it comes to Halloween decor, your first thought might be to carve pumpkins for a table arrangement or hang a fun and spooky banner to make a drab room more festive. While these are certainly no-fail Halloween decor ideas, there's one element that you shouldn't overlook: your front door. Make a great first impression this year with these Halloween door decorations that are guaranteed to be the talk of your neighborhood. Whether you love all things creepy of prefer understated Halloween decor, you're sure to find a favorite here.
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Keep Out Cardboard Planks

Turn your home’s entrance into a graveyard—the perfect project for dedicated Halloween enthusiasts. Add a “Keep Out” sign on cardboard slats, place cobwebs all over your door, hang a ghost, position a few gravestones on your steps, and you’re ready to celebrate.

Slide 4 of 27: You can't go wrong with eye-catching stacks of pumpkins and a complementary gold wreath. Shop Now

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Pumpkin Stacks

You can’t go wrong with eye-catching stacks of pumpkins and a complementary gold wreath.

Slide 5 of 27: Place a cloaked skeleton at your door and see how many trick-or-treaters will dare to knock.Shop Now

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Cloaked Skeleton

Place a cloaked skeleton at your door and see how many trick-or-treaters will dare to knock.

Slide 10 of 27: With a bit of black matte vinyl from the fabric store and a printable witch template, you can have your door Halloween ready in no time. Shop NowGet the full tutorial here>>

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Vinyl Witch Door Decal

With a bit of black matte vinyl from the fabric store and a printable witch template, you can have your door Halloween ready in no time.

Slide 11 of 27: If you're pressed for time, go for a jack-o-lantern door. Begin by using masking tape to hang orange gift wrapping paper. Then, enhance the look by cutting an eye, nose, and mouth from gold paper. You can finish the look by adding tree branches, pumpkins, cabbages, and faux crows. Shop Now

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Jack-O’-Lantern Door

If you’re pressed for time, go for a jack-o-lantern door. Begin by using masking tape to hang orange gift wrapping paper. Then, enhance the look by cutting an eye, nose, and mouth from gold paper. You can finish the look by adding tree branches, pumpkins, cabbages, and faux crows.

Slide 13 of 27: Creepy Halloween decor isn't for everyone. If you fall into this category, settle for a mix of colorful florals and pumpkins to celebrate the holiday in style. Shop Now

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Florals and Pumpkins

Creepy Halloween decor isn’t for everyone. If you fall into this category, settle for a mix of colorful florals and pumpkins to celebrate the holiday in style.

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