Spellbinding Halloween lighting ideas and decorations to bring your haunted house to life! Hues of orange, green and purple Halloween lights to welcome your trick-or-treaters on a crisp October night.
Halloween Lighting Ideas
You know what can change the entire feel of your Halloween decor? The lighting. Adding pink, orange, purple or green adds a pretty ambiance to make a spooky, eerie Halloween vignette. The following Halloween hues will create the perfect haunted (or friendly) Halloween home.
Outdoor Halloween Lights
The first thing people see when it comes to your home is the outside. In order to set the ambiance, the Halloween feel people get when they arrive, you must have the most perfect welcome. These Outdoor Halloween Lights Ideas will perfect your yard, patio and even backyard venue.
Do you have a pond or even a pool that will be visual to trick-or-treaters or part of a Halloween soiree? Put LED tealights inside plastic jack-o-lantern buckets and let ’em float. | Source
Transition from Halloween outdoor lighting to Christmas cheer. We recommend going ahead and wrapping your trees. Add a spooky web to create Halloween yard decor. Turn off a few weeks until it is socially acceptable to start turning on Christmas lights! | Source
So many lighting possibilities in this yard. It is truly a place you will want to explore this Halloween. Touches of falling cheese cloth, tombstones and of course lights – 11 different Halloween lighting ideas, to be exact. | Entertaining Diva
Cardboard turned into a spooky vignette is an incredibly easy Outdoor Halloween Lights Display. On November 1, fold it up and toss it into the trash. |
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Get inspired with this Outdoor Halloween lighting and decorate with hues of orange, purple and green. | Christmas Lights Etc
Just as these chilling creatures of the night have flocked to these Pre-lit Eerie Bat Trees, so will compliments from guests. Pick them up at Grandin Road.
Indoor Halloween Lights
Your family and guests of of your home spend a lot of time in common living spaces. Decorate lamps, mantles, kitchen islands and even your stairs to create the perfect glow. Indoor Halloween Lights create a hue to provide both eerie and warm tones to your home.
Even non working fire places can stand out. Use a combination of tealights and column candles to bring light to your fireplace. Four inch mirror tiles, hot glued them to the inside of the fire box bring a beautiful reflection. | In memory of Sweet Something Design
Cheese clothes and candles sticks = Indoor Halloween Lights. We recommend flameless candle sticks. | Heart Spun Imagery
Wrap orange lights around the stair rail and add vinyl bats to the wall – easy peasy. | Source
Indoor Halloween Lights can be perfect with a sheer spiderweb fabric. Ttransform a standard lamp from something average to something spooky. | Somewhat Simple
Halloween Lighting Crafts
Get crafty mama. These Halloween lighting crafts are perfect for the beginner to the more experienced crafter. Add a glow to a hallway with hanging candles, turn a night light into Frankenstein or create ghosts out of tomato cages (you read that right!)
Harry Potter or Halloween – whichever. Decorate the hall with floating candles! | The Sway
Bring the memory of the dead to life with these black and white photograph Luminaries. You can decorate the steps or your home with these ideas. Flameless candles are best! | The House that Lars Built
Decorate your front walk or drive away. Simply drop Tap Lights, thick glow sticks, or other flameless lights into cheap plastic pumpkins, and BOOM – you’ve got the cutest glowing pumpkin lanterns on the block! | Making Lemonade Blog (She tells you where she bought hers.)
Turn your stairs into a fun runway with this cheap Halloween lighting crafts decor. Use milk or water gallons, draw Jack O’ Lantern faces, puncture a hole in the back and insert Christmas lights. | Source
Baby food jars can turn into night light covers! Frankenstein, ghosts, and more. | While He Was Napping
Turn a tomato cage and lightsinto a welcome ghost. | My Cotton Creations
These are made by cutting eyes out of paper towel rolls. Add glow sticks and cover ends with duct tape. Place in the yard, in bushes, or hang around the house. | Rust and Sunshine
This witch cauldron is an easy Halloween lighting craft. Painted a flower pot black, add green LED lights and use pillow stuffing. Three logs and some orange LED lights create the perfect fire glow. | Source is Crystal Scott on Pinterest
Turn latex gloves into spooky skeleton hands with this easy Halloween craft. | Taryn Williford
They eyes are watching you. Decorate your space with a string of lights and ping pong balls decorated like eyes. | Landeelu
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Last Updated on October 28, 2020 by Ashley at Frugal Coupon Living
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