We all eagerly wait for October 31 to celebrate Halloween with a bang. Although Halloween night is all about scary costumes, décor, and other creepy things, this surely doesn’t mean you need to go out of style.
For this year’s spooky night, you must have already started decorating the front porch and other areas of your house, but what about your bedroom? Here are some useful Halloween bedroom decor tips and ideas to prepare the room for the dead.
Use Dark Bed Sheets, Pillows and Accessories
Well, to enjoy the scary night of the year, blend in the theme completely by adding black bedsheets, cushions, pillows, rugs and other décor items in your bedroom. This will maintain a dark theme, complimenting the scary atmosphere of the night.
Don’t Forget the Classic Pumpkin
Adding pumpkin to your bedroom for Halloween is a big YES. You can carve it or leave as it is. Place pumpkins on shelves, on the bedside tables, on the headboard, and next to the bed. Do not try and overdo, otherwise, it will mess up and clutter your bedroom.
Dim Lighting is the Way To Go
Lighting plays a very important role in decorating a room. Create a haunting atmosphere with the use of candles and dim/warm lights. Weave up light strings in the headboard to add some style and also the much-needed spookiness which has a lot to do with the theme of the night.
Decorate the Walls Too
Don’t just stick to a simple theme, make use of Halloween wall art and decals to create a frightening effect in bedroom. You can also try making some paper bats, skulls, and other small props to hang/stick with the decals. Replace usual photo frames with some intense scenes, graphics, and words to match the day’s theme.
Add Colors to the Gloom
Halloween is a dark day per se, but it doesn’t mean you have to theme it in the same hue. Add a few bright colors to pop up the overall theme of the bedroom. You can buy orange or red pillow covers and some year-printed pillow covers to create the effect of graves.