Spooky season has officially arrived! As the leaves turn orange and you swap your iced coffee for a hot pumpkin spiced latte, it’s finally time to stock up on a new collection of Halloween décor. That being said, if you’re expecting young trick-or-treaters or have children of your own, it’s essential to invest in kid-friendly decorations that will create a fun-filled Halloween experience for everyone!
If you’re looking for unique and kid-friendly décor ideas for the upcoming holiday, stay tuned!
1. Pumpkins and Jack-O-Lanterns
Perhaps the most classic decoration for the autumn season, jack-o-lanterns are an exciting and kid-friendly way to spice up your home. If you’re not in the mood to gather your tools and begin carving, painting your pumpkins is an excellent way to add some Halloween spirit to your home (with no carving required).
For some artificial and reusable alternatives to real pumpkins, consider investing in pumpkin-themed décor from Haunted Hill Farm. From light-up jack-o-lanterns to painted pumpkins, you’ll enjoy a festive holiday without the worry of frightening any trick-or-treaters!
Choose your perfect pumpkins from Haunted Hill Farm here.
2. Halloween Inflatables
Want to be the most noticeable house on the block? Halloween inflatable decorations are definitely the way to make a big statement this October. As the centerpiece of your outdoor decorating, inflatables from Haunted Hill Farm are ideal for those looking to add a slightly spooky addition to their home.
With a simple installation and set-up process, Haunted Hill Farm inflatables remove the stress from outdoor decorating. With a variety of Halloween-themed models available, you’ll have no trouble finding the perfect statement piece for your home.
Take a look at the Haunted Hill Farm inflatables.
3. Friendly Ghosts
Although a classic piece of Halloween décor, ghost-themed decorations are often frightening for young children. That being said, we’ve decided to take an amusing alternative – the friendly ghost!
In order to minimize the scary nature of your décor, we recommend choosing ghost decorations that stand on the ground, rather than hang from the ceiling. In fact, ghost decorations with built-in lights or musical effects are sure to have your children laughing throughout the Halloween season.
4. Create a Color Scheme
If you’d like to have a more subtle theme when decorating for Halloween, you’ll want to consider choosing a color scheme to implement throughout your living area. Whether you’d like to create an autumnal centerpiece for your dining room table, add a few throw pillows on your couch, or adorn your home with a festive wreath or garland, a Halloween-themed color scheme is a minimalistic way to stay in the spooky spirit.
For some inspiration, we recommend a candy corn color scheme of orange, yellow, and white, or a purple and black theme for a darker approach.
Take a look at the collection of wreaths and garlands from Haunted Hill Farm.
5. LED Décor
Last but not least, LED Halloween decorations! If you’re in search of a bright statement this fall, LED Light Shapes are the ideal choice. These pieces create spooky fun in both indoor and outdoor settings, perfect for staking on the lawn, mounting to your house, or hanging in large windows. Featuring bright and weather resistant shapes, the LED lights provide years of happy haunting.
We hope you’ve enjoyed our kid-friendly guide for the ultimate, fun-filled Halloween. Wishing you a (slightly) spooky celebration!