Take Your Fall Porch into Halloween with these Ideas that You’ll Want to Recreate at Your House

Its so easy to add some spooky in October to your Fall Front Porch with just a few Halloweeny things, check out these front porches in both simple Fall and Halloween decor.

While decorating your door for Halloween can be fun, there’s something to be said for transforming your entire porch for the holiday—especially if you’re hosting a party or expecting a lot of trick-or-treaters. Start with a wreath to center your design, then add pumpkins, gourds, and seasonal plants to the front steps. Frame your porch with string lights and a few hanging ghosts for a spooky yet inviting display.
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This clever Halloween door decoration idea uses electrical tape or washi tape to create a large spiderweb design on the window of your front door. Close the blinds (or cover the glass panel in paper) to create the illusion of a web that’s lit from behind. Pair this design with decorative broomsticks, leaves, and a playful Halloween door mat.
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If you’re looking for easy Halloween door decorations, try turning some of your everyday items into statement pieces. For example, a standing ladder can easily be transformed into a cobweb-holder, a hangout for fake rats, or shelves for additional decor. Paired with some cornstalks and a few painted pumpkins, it creates a spooky touch without all the fuss. Find wooden letters at your local craft store and paint them or cover them with burlap for some texture. Use them to spell simple Halloween words like ‘eek,’ ‘boo,’ or ‘spooky.’
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One of our easiest Halloween door decoration ideas is also one of the largest. Skip the wreaths, signs, and garlands in favor of a door covering you can personalize however you like. Purchase a wide roll of felt or fabric and cut it to the size of your door, making sure to leave a cutout for the door handle. Then, use crafts paint to fill in a jack-o’-lantern design. Once it’s dry, attach the hanging to your door for a quick and easy Halloween look.
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Welcome trick-or-treaters by turning your front porch into a spooky scene. Start by using chalk to draw a tree on your door (or create one with paper or felt for easy post-holiday cleanup) to center your design around. Then, attach a flock of paper crows or bats to your door and porch walls with paint-safe adhesive. You can even hang them from the ceiling with fishing line to give the illusion of birds taking flight overhead. For the stairs, add a few standing crows, black metal lanterns, and black-and-white pumpkins.
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Simple yet effective, you can create this Halloween decor in less than an hour. Use some dark paper to create silhouettes and then place them in your windows. You can go funny, spooky, or downright scary with these decorations.
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Black Bats, twinkle lights and a jack-o-lantern door mat, make for a fun quick porch transformation before the trick or treaters arrive!


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